Wedding Flower Roundup: Spring Edition

As the ground begins to thaw and the days stretch into more sunshine, we shake the frost and look forward to one of the most popular wedding seasons. Spring is here and our world is busting with color, fragrance, and beauty. Thankfully, we have access to so many types of flowers year-round. However, working with the seasons allows us to have the healthiest and most beautiful blooms our hearts desire to create a striking floral atmosphere. Read on for our favorite blooms to incorporate with our Wedding Flower Roundup: Spring Edition.

Spring Blooms

Wedding inspiration boards are flooded with images of lush bouquets and arrangements featuring some highly coveted blossoms.  Luckily for us, the spring season offers these wildly popular and well-known blooms at the ready. While you’re honing in your wedding vision, it is possible that you’ve included floral inspiration with some of these stunning options. Many of these flowers have eye-catching dimensions and unique petal formations that are sure to make a statement.

  • Peony
  • Hydrangea
  • Ranunculus
  • Anemone
  • Poppy
  • Lilac
  • Hyacinth
  • Wisteria
  • Tulip

Year-Round Blooms

Fortunately for us, we have growing seasons around the country that allow us access to staples year-round. Roses, for instance, are classic and stunning. As is stock (a dense, long-stemmed flower in shades of white, pink, and purple) and calla lilies. Frequently, weddings of all seasons will feature a timeless and classic white color palette. Keep your vision fresh with these 3 ideas I wrote about here.

  • Freesia
  • Gardenia
  • Orchid
  • Carnation

A combination of seasonal flowers will keep your arrangements diverse, lush, and looking their absolute best. When you build with the seasons, you have access to the healthiest blooms and the easiest time sourcing them. All that to say, you can incorporate flowers that are not in season, but you (and your floral designers) will have the most pleasant experience working with Mother Nature. I truly hope you’ve found some inspiration with our Wedding Flower Roundup: Spring Edition for your upcoming nuptials.



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