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Spring brides, are you thinking about which blooms you will join you in your strut down the aisle? Which flowers will you use to decorate your wedding ceremony? There are so many varieties to choose, but selecting gorgeous flowers for your wedding should not be overwhelming.
You can start choosing your flowers by narrowing your search down to seasonal availability. This will help you select flower arrangement and bouquet styles that complement your wedding theme.
Spring is the perfect time to choose multi-layered, versatile blooms that reflect how the season is full of life and possibilities. White, pink, red, yellow and orange are all colorful flowers that go with the pastel theme of spring's palette.
It is important to remember that your flowers should complement your bridal grown and the attire of your entire bridal party.
A wedding florist can help you select simply beautiful, in-season spring wedding flowers. The best flowers for spring weddings are those purchased fresh from local retailers. They symbolize new beginnings and optimism for the start of a beautiful journey with your partner. They also cost less than non-seasonal flowers. Whether you prefer soft, romantic flowers or vibrant, colorful flowers, the choice is yours!
Some amazing blooms that flourish during the spring season include amaryllis, anemone, daffodil, freesia, gerbera, lily of the valley, orchid, ranunculus, sweet pea and stephanotis.
Here are a few other amazing spring flowers you may want to consider for your big day:
Lilac: This flower has a delicate scent and can help add extra dimensions to your bridal bouquet.
Hellebore: The striking shades of purple, white, and pale green can add the perfect touch to a white wedding dress.
Clematis: Use this flower as your centerpiece for your wedding reception. The climbing flower looks absolutely gorgeous in vases.
Tulips: These are some of the most popular spring flowers. Try honeymoon tulips with pink tulips and hyacinth to captivate your wedding guests.
No matter your choice of wedding flowers, go for arrangements that touch on your personal taste and unique personality. Don’t be afraid to ask your florist questions or express ideas you have for your wedding.
Let us know how your spring wedding turns out! We would love to hear from you -- what are your favorite spring blooms?