It's always a great idea to incorporate seasonal flowers in your bridal bouquet by mixing the season's best with flowers that are available all year-round. If you're having trouble figuring out which flowers will be in-season on your big day, take a look at our suggestions below! From Spring to Summer, Fall and Winter, at Perfect Wedding Day we've got you covered.
Spring is the perfect season for weddings as brides can take full advantage of the fragrant and cheerful blooms at play. For spring weddings held in March, April and May, seasonal flowers in pinks, purples and blues can easily be added to year-round flowers to tie in the sweet nature of the spring season.
Our list of Spring Wedding Flowers consists of: Sweet Peas, Iris, Peonies, Lilacs, Lilies, Daffodils, Cherry Blossoms, Pink Gerbera, Pink Roses, Hydrangeas and Tulips.
Summer weddings are filled with flowering bouquets in bright yellows and earthy greens. Typically, June-August is the most popular time to get married as couples take advantage of the clear skies and sunshine. Luckily, there is a wide variety of flowers in season that perfectly fit with the warmer climate for both indoor and outdoor weddings.
Our list of Summer Wedding Flowers consists of: Craspedia, Yellow Gerbera, Oncidium Orchid, Spider Chrysanthemum, Sunflower, Snapdragon, Freesia, Purple Alstroemeria, Green Rose, Green Hydrangea, Zinnia.
Fall weddings provide lots of opportunity for gorgeous fall hues to be included in your special day. With the change in scenery as leaves transition into their golden yellows, red and amber tones, fall wedding flowers capture the true warmth and beauty of the season. Fall weddings are naturally celebrated during September, October and November, allowing for decorative elements like pumpkins, acorns, apples, and leaves to fit right in to your arrangements.
Our list of Fall Wedding Flowers consists of: Asiatic Lily, Dahlias, Orange Gerbera, Gladioli, Marigolds, Calla Lilies and Asters.
A winter wedding is the perfect time to capture the beauty and elegance of the season through dramatic whites and bold reds. Surprisingly, there is a large variety of flowers to choose from during this time (December-February) that will make your floral bouquets, centerpieces and displays stand out from the rest.
To capture a winter wonderland theme consider adding pussy willow branches, white tipped pinecones, feathers, and touches of silver ribbon and glitter to give a frosted and whimsical effect related to the snowy season. For festive, holiday-inspired weddings, berries, holly, and red flowers are the perfect options to create a stunning bridal bouquet or centerpiece.
Our list of Winter Wedding Flowers consists of: Carnations, Gardenia, White Roses, Star of Bethlehem, Oriental Hybrid Lily, Ranunculus, Narcissus Paper White.