Seasonal Wedding Flowers: Picking Flowers for the Season

When planning your wedding, you want your flowers to reflect your feelings on your special day. Keep in mind the color scheme along with the color of the brides and bridesmaids dresses. Something that you should consider is the season. Most floral varieties are easily found year-round, but seasonal flowers are cheaper and easier to find. The most common seasonal wedding flowers are Spring, Summer, and Autumn.

  • Spring Wedding Flowers
    Tulips, violets, greenery, fern, pansies, peonies, ivy, daffodils, lilacs, lilies, sweet peas, apple or cherry blossoms.
  • Summer Wedding Flowers
    Daisies, roses, dahlias, zinnias, calla lilies, sunflower, sweet William, greenery, beech leaves, ferns, meadow-sweet, stock, golden rod.
  • Autumn Wedding Flowers
    Roses, zinnias, marigolds, and daisies while the most commonly used foliage are autumn leaves, yarrow, rosemary and rose-hip.

Flowers are an accent to your event, so you want to keep up with the color scheme in order to catch the feeling you want to portray.  Bright colors are always a grat bet to go because it will catch the attention of your guests and make a great accent to whatever your overall color scheme is.

Whether you choose to use seasonal flowers or want to pick your favorite flower, remember that this is YOUR big day and to choose something that best expresses who you are.  Happy Flower Picking!