Flowers And Occassions

Wedding Flower Arrangements

Image of Wedding Flower Arrangements Wedding Flower Arrangements are an essential part of a wedding in any culture. Wedding Flower Arrangements add the elements of style, beauty and charisma to a wedding.

For any flower arrangement to look better, you need to have an indepth understanding of the wedding site so that you have an idea of color and theme of the Wedding Flower Arrangement and thereby estimate the number of flowers required for your decoration.

If the bridal couple decides to do floral centerpieces depending on the location of your wedding reception, the degree of formality or casualness, and the time of day, you will have lots of options for decorating with Wedding Flower Arrangements.

Separate arrangements can also be used for rehearsal dinner, post-wedding brunch, entryways, bathrooms, gift or cake tables, or buffet tables.

The Wedding Flower Arrangements can be coordinated with visual references to the style, design and color of the wedding gown, the texture of the material, the veil, bridesmaid’s dresses and even the intended hairstyle. The Wedding Flower Arrangements can contain favorite flower varieties as well. Have a look at our Wedding ceremony flowers.

The participants in the wedding ceremony the Best man, the Bridesmaid, the Flowergirl, the Maid of honor, the Ringbearer, the usher or groomsman may all wear Wedding Ceremony Flowers.

The Flowergirl strews petals in the path of the bride walking down the aisle. The Best man, the Ringbearer, and the usher or groomsman wear nosegays or pins. The Bridesmaid traditionally carries a bouquet that matches the Bride’s bouquet.

As a general rule wired flower bouquets are more costly than those with natural stems.

Choice of Flowers for Wedding Flower Arrangements

Choosing flowers for the Wedding Arrangements that are in bloom/seasonal flowers, can cut the amount of money spent on flowers for the wedding flower design.

  • Winter Weddings: Winter weddings tend to have an extra air of romance and elegance about them, may be partly due to the fact that the weather is cold outside and surrounded by flowers during the ceremony serve as a reminder spring is fast approaching. Flowers that are available during winter months include Tulips, Amaryllis, Hyacinth, narcissus, Hellebore, Protea, Kangaroo Paw, and foliages such as Hollyberry.
  • Spring Weddings: Spring is a beautiful time for a wedding, and if it happens to be raining, it is been said that rain on your wedding day is good luck! Spring flowers that you can include in your wedding arrangements include Daffodils, Tulips, Narcissus Hybrids, Hyacinth, and Muscari. Spring flowers with a heady perfume include Chamaelaucium, Lily of the valley, Genista, Lilac, Cherry blossoms and Viburnum opulus.
  • Summer Weddings: Summer is a popular time for weddings. The flowers ideal for a Summer Wedding flower design are Alchemilla, Campanula, Chrysanthemum Frutescens, Solidago, Goldenrod, Aconitum, Alliums, Peony, Phlox, Scented Stock, Sweet William, Sweet Pea, Godetia, Sunflowers, Foxtail Lily, Tuberose, Agapanthus, Hydrangea, Trachelium, and Triteliea.
  • Fall Weddings: The rich colored flowers that flourish in the fall help to set the backdrop to a romantic fall weddings. Fall flowers include Achillea, Love-lies-bleeding, Cockscomb and Plume celosia, Crocosmia, Dahlia, Gladiolus, Late Sunflowers, Red hot poker, Hypericum, Zinnia, Chinese aster, Physostegia, Scabies and Sedum. Rich colored berries and seedpods are readily available for any wedding flower arrangements in the fall.
  • Flowers in Bloom All Year Round: You can find wedding arrangements filled with certain flowers all year round – Ginger lily, Ornamental pineapple, Anthurium, Bouvardia, Cymbidium, Oncidium, Phaelanopsis, Dendrobium orchids, Gloriosa, Heliconia, Banksia, Bird of paradise, Alstroemeria, Anemone etc.