Spring has sprung around here, and we are loving the warmer weather, low humidity and alllll the pretty flowers we’ve been spotting. In our opinion, spring wedding flowers are some of the prettiest- there are so many different options to pick from. And, the colors are out of this world. So many popular wedding flowers are in season. Why is any of this important? Well, chances are, some of your wedding florals will be more easily accessible and even cheaper. You can even choose from locally grown florals. Let’s get to it. The top five spring wedding flowers:
First and foremost, we present to you, the peony. It’s easy to see why this flower is considered a top wedding flower for many brides. The colors are absolutely gorgeous (they come in the palest of pinks, to some gorgeous darker hued pinks). They have some texture, but they are still soft and romantic. They are the perfect wedding flower for cakes, centerpieces and bridal bouquets.
Ranunculus. We can’t say enough about this gorgeous flower. We incorporated them into the floral design at our wedding because they are so pretty. They have such a beautiful design, and they are stylish. They add that little bit of pop that you need to your spring bridal bouquet. They come in all types of colors ranging from pastels to bright florals.
Three. Tulips. We love love love tulips. Springtime is prime time for these colorful blooms. If you are getting married in the spring, please incorporate tulips into your wedding flowers. They are gorgeous, colorful and best of all – they aren’t a flower you can use at just any time throughout the year. They are unique.
Four. Hydrangeas. These flowers are perfect wedding flowers. They come in some beautiful colors and relatively easy to locate during the spring. Since a single stem contains tons of volume, these are a great low-cost option. You get a lot of bang for your buck with a hydrangea. Bonus: they look fantastic.
Five. Lily of the Valley. We cannot forget about this gorgeous spring wedding flower. Most importantly because it’s the flower that made up princess Kate’s wedding bouquet. These wedding flowers are such a classic. They emit a powerful fragrance for their dainty size, and are highly prized in wedding arrangements. Because they are dainty, your florist might use them as filler in larger arrangements.
Enjoy the rest of your day,