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June is an ideal time for flower lovers to get married since it is one of the most prolific blooming times of the year.
Ah, the joy of springtime; bees buzzing, birds singing, and flowers blooming all around us. Now that April showers have done their bidding, it’s time to enjoy the results of their labor.
Although Spring and Summer weddings abound, fall nuptials can surprise and delight the hosts and invitees. The air feels crisp and fresh. Swashes of red, orange and yellow leaves adorn surrounding trees.
August weddings are one of the most popular times of year to get married. Flowers blooming during this month provide beautiful choices for the bride when designing the setting of her magnificent occasion.
A bride may shy away from choosing pink flowers as the predominant hue of the color scheme on her special day. Often pink is stereotyped as girlish and cliché.
Red flowers symbolize love, are always in style and will be perfect for weddings year-round.
The sea breeze and the sun reflecting off of the beautiful waves set the scene for romantic beach weddings. This romance can easily be reflected in the selection of flowers.
Rustic weddings are on-trend, and the right flowers can add the perfect touch to your rustic dream wedding.
September is a wonderful time for a wedding. The air begins to cool a bit, and leaves begin to change color in some places.
Spring flowers are always such a huge hit after a long winter. Their colors help us to feel renewed and refreshed, so there is no doubt that they are perfect for weddings.
Seasonal flowers like hibiscus and daylilies make a big hit at summer weddings. These bright and beautiful blooms will add just the perfect pops of color to any summer wedding.
There are so many fantastic options for purple wedding flowers, and they all feel simply magical. From hearty hydrangeas to delicate sweet peas, you can easily find perfect purple wedding flowers.
While blue may not be a traditional color that we associate with flowers, there are many gorgeous blue flowers available for your wedding bouquets and arrangements. Do not shy away from having the color blue be a huge part of your special day.
For many generations, the rose has been considered to be a universal symbol of love, so it is no surprise that it is a very popular choice for wedding bouquets.