Have you been envisioning the flowers that would be in your hands as you walked down the aisle since you were a little girl? Now that the day is finally here, it can be hard to know the best flowers for you and your bridal party to carry. And, a lot of your flower options are going to depend on the time of year you get married and the flowers that are more readily available at that point. But, luckily for you, we have some suggestions that can help. No matter what time of year you are getting married, these flower bouquets are sure to delight.
A big perk of getting married in the summer is that you have the most flower options to choose from. With so many vibrant colors all around us, you are going to want to make sure that your bouquet matches the bright season. Great color choices are bright pinks, oranges, blues, yellows, and purple. Summer is a great time to mix and match several types flowers into a stunning wild flower bouquet.
Fall is a lovely time of year to get married. Unlike with summer, flowers tend to change from brighter colors to darker ones during the fall season. Great colors to include would be burgundy, golden yellow, oranges, reds, greens, and varying shades of brown and purple. Nothing is more beautiful than a bride’s bouquet perfectly matching the changing leaves.
An excellent time to celebrate a marriage is during the colder and gloomier months of winter. It will give you something to look forward to in this otherwise unpopular time of year. Just because the plants are all dead outside, doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful bouquet. Colors that work well for winter would be green, red, whites, light purples, and light blues.
As spring signifies the renewal of the earth, your bouquet should be similarly filled with new flowers and colors. Spring weddings are an excellent way to have something to look forward to during those long, cold winter nights. Colors for spring bouquets include pastels, light pinks, purples, blues, daisies, and yellows. Any bright and fun color is perfect for a spring wedding.
Ideal for any wedding season, a new trend has been to add succulents to the traditional bridal bouquet. These work well in colder months because they don’t need a lot of water to grow. Take a look at some of these beautifully designed flower arrangements below.
I know that there are plenty of women out there that are in love with roses, so why not have a floral arrangement using only roses? This is a very traditional and classy way for your to include your favorite flowers on your wedding day. If you haven’t checked out VivaRoses, you can see some of their roses here.
I hope that whatever types of flowers and colors you choose to include in your bridal bouquet brings so much joy to you and your guests. If you have any pictures or suggestions for bridal bouquets, feel free to share them below or on our Facebook page!