6 Traditional and Tried Flowers Bouquets – A Wedding Must Have
Having trouble picking up the right flower for your wedding?
Not to worry, here is a complete list of all the traditional and tried floral aromas which bloom all the season around and perfectly goes with every type of wedding.
So, let’s get started.
Throughout the ages, roses are considered the symbol of love, emotion and beauty.
Romantic poets and writers also signify the beauty of incredible flowers rose in their books. Grown all the season around rose’s holds magical powers, to delight the other’s heart. They are available in vast colours from the solids ones to stripes.
You can have a rose of any colour and design in your wedding bouquet. The best part is roses are highly affordable, and their scent makes the surrounding fresh.
The three main types of roses which are best suited for the wedding are the hybrid tea roses, spray roses and garden roses.
The Native of Persia, tulips are commonly originated in the Netherlands. The flowers hold a special meaning, i.e. “consuming love” and “happy years” that means it would be a tremendous meaningful choice for the wedding.
Comes in wide range of colours including white and cream, pastels, orange, violet and so on vibrate hues like red, yellow, magenta.
The tulips are affordable and proved to enhance the elegant settings of the wedding.
Most of the couples prefer to have tulips centrepiece as they look vibrant and stunning at the same time. The three main varieties of tulips that are superb for the wedding are Dutch tulips, French tulips and parrot tulips.
Lily of the valley
Recognized with bell-shaped florets, the lily of the valley is renowned as the “ladder to heaven”. The scent of the flower is undoubtedly fascinating.
The couples who are marrying in the spring season, this flower of the valley should be your first choice. At this time, the flowers are highly affordable; it could easily fit into your dream budget.
Use lily of the valley to create beautiful floral bouquets and centrepieces to greet your guests.
Many of us think that the flowers only comes in white, but lily of the valley also comes in a very rare rosy-pink.
Highly cultivated in Asia, this is a large-headed, strong scent and bright colour flower.
The flowers are extensively blooming at late spring to early summer.
Most of the people don’t know that the Peony is available in two types, the herbaceous and the tree peony, the latter’s flowers do not last as long when cut.
The bouquet made solely of peonies can be gorgeous; the herb can also be used to create beautiful centrepieces and arrangements.
This would be an obvious choice for the wedding, the Victorian meaning of the beautiful Stephanotis is “marital happiness”.
Stephanotis is a star-shaped, waxy floret grow on a flowering vine, and before arranging it in a flower bouquet each bloom is arranged on a special holder.
Holding a bouquet of Stephanotis is a traditional and classic formal choice of most of the brides. The flowers are mildly scented and work amazingly.
Every bride owes this flower bouquet.
Its candy scent and ruffled blossom make it a perfect bouquet for bride and bridesmaids.
The best part is the bouquets of sweet peas stay fresh for a longer time. Available in some intense colours like pink and purple make sweet peas a desirable choice of every bride.
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