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Wedding Flowers by Season to Have at Your Reception

You probably already know that the price of various fruits and vegetables fluctuates with the seasons, but did you realise that flowers also have their own growing seasons? It makes perfect logic, but distribution through florists does not guarantee local availability. Flowers may be harmed from long-distance transport if they are imported out of season. To help you find the highest quality blooms possible without breaking the bank, we've compiled this handy monthly guide to the best flowers to buy in each season. 

Summer

January, February, December

The blue of the hydrangeas can serve as the bride's "something blue," and the white of the water lilies can complement the bride's white bridal gown. Infuse your wedding with some uniqueness by opting for the bright red flower, which will create a great visual contrast against a white bridal gown.

Autumn

March, April, May

Select an iris for a splash of purple colour. Tulips are wonderful if you want options for bold and brilliant colours. For a more up-to-date style, go with a bouquet of pale pink or yellow chrysanthemums, or go with a traditional combination of purple and white Lisianthus.

Winter

June, July, August

Camellias are soft, dreamy, and decidedly retro; a white gardenia arrangement is stunning not only in appearance but also in its heady fragrance. A simple bouquet of wild lavender is a lovely option for a wedding in the country. A winter wedding could use a pop of colour, and jonquils, a type of daffodil, fit the bill beautifully.

Spring

September, October, November

Choose a more substantial blooming flower, like peonies, to serve as the centrepiece of your bouquet and complement the cherry blossoms in a pink arrangement for a unique look. Orchids are a varied, colourful, and interesting option, while the little, uniform bouvardia blooms are basic yet effective.

All Year Round

Carnations are available in a rainbow of colours and work wonderfully in pastel arrangements, while roses are the traditional flower of choice and will lend an air of elegance to your wedding day. Baby's breath is a gorgeous, delicate filler flower that goes with almost any other type of flower and makes for a stunning bouquet.

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Conclusion

We've compiled a handy monthly guide to the best flowers to buy in each season. Select an iris for a splash of purple colour or tulips for bold and brilliant colours. Infuse your wedding with some uniqueness by opting for the bright red flower. Flowers may be harmed from long-distance transport if they are imported out of season.

Content Summary

  • It makes perfect logic, but distribution through florists does not guarantee local availability.
  • Flowers may be harmed from long-distance transport if they are imported out of season.
  • The blue of the hydrangeas can serve as the bride's "something blue," and the white of the water lilies can complement the bride's white bridal gown.
  • Infuse your wedding with some uniqueness by opting for the bright red flower, which will create a great visual contrast against a white bridal gown.
  • Tulips are wonderful if you want options for bold and brilliant colours.
  • For a more up-to-date style, go with a bouquet of pale pink or yellow chrysanthemums, or go with a traditional combination of purple and white Lisianthus.
  • A white gardenia arrangement is stunning not only in appearance but also in its heady fragrance.
  • A simple bouquet of wild lavender is a lovely option for a wedding in the country.
  • A winter wedding could use a pop of colour, and jonquils, a type of daffodil, fit the bill beautifully.
  • Choose a more substantial blooming flower, like peonies, to serve as the centrepiece of your bouquet and complement the cherry blossoms in a pink arrangement for a unique look.
  • Orchids are a varied, colourful, and interesting option, while the little, uniform bouvardia blooms are basic yet effective.
  • Baby's breath is a gorgeous, delicate filler flower that goes with almost any other type of flower and makes for a stunning bouquet.

FAQs About Wedding Flowers

Summer Wedding Flowers in Season. Alstroemeria: Orange, Pink, Yellow and Cream, other colours. Bells of Ireland: Green (January to October). Chrysanthemum: White, Yellow, Orange, Pink, and other colours. English Lavender: Purple. Forget-me-not Blue.

Roses are the champion of flowers for any style of wedding. You can never go wrong with roses. They are available in every colour imaginable and can be the show's star or sit beautifully in the background.

Flowers to consider: Roses, daisies, gardenia and more. Flowers to consider: For the reception, you may choose to match the ceremony flowers or go with freshly picked blooms, low centrepieces such as roses and peonies, or choose a popular choice such as ombre flowers with the same flowers, such as hydrangeas.

To Adorn the Reception. Flowers to consider: For the reception, you may choose to match the ceremony flowers or go with freshly picked blooms, low centrepieces such as roses and peonies, or choose a popular choice such as ombre flowers with the same flowers, such as hydrangeas.

A flower may be abundant at a specific season, yet it may not be the ideal choice for your wedding arrangements. Conversely, when choosing your flora, don't overlook perennials like roses.

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