Flowers by Season

Hello Beauties

Choosing the perfect flowers for your wedding or special event can be a fun, creative process.  The floral budget can quickly sky-rocket if you have your heart set on flowers that are rare or out of season.  Choosing in-season blooms is the easiest way to trim the decor budget, especially if you have dual use arrangements.  For example, use the flowers lining the aisle of your ceremony as decor around the bar, restroom or buffet.

Flowers are a key aspect to a luxurious event but you don’t have to go over budget if you just follow the Flower by Season Guide I created.

Spring

Anemone

Bells of Ireland

Daffodil

Peony (Late Spring- Early Summer)

Delphinium

Lilacs

Narcissus

Ranunculus

Sweet Pea

Tulip (Dec-Apr)

Wax Flower

Summer

Freesia

Hydrangea

Queen Anne’s Lace

Sunflower

Tuberose

Snapdragon

Stephanotis

Zinnia

Alstromeria

Lark Spur

Chrysanthemum

English Lavender

Forget Me Not

Gerber Daisy

Fall

Chrysanthemum

Dahlia

Marigold

Dried Leaves

Aster

Winter

Holly

Poinsettia

Tulip

Amaranthus

Bells of Ireland

Camellias

Cosmos

Jasmine

Stargazer Lily

Year Round

Calla Lily

Orchid

Rose

Baby’s Breath

Carnations

Eucalyptus

Gardenia

Gladeolus

This list is to serve as a guide and isn’t all-inclusive.  There are many other flower and plant varieties available not listed here.  A modern trend for floral decor is using more greenery, especially if it has a silver or gray hue.

Would you select your wedding date around the Flowers by Season guide?

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