In season wedding flowers… are they really a savvy secret? All brides typically try to be budget conscious in some way…since the more you save on your wedding, the more can be spent on your honeymoon or first house together! Choosing flowers that grow in the season that you are getting married in, can be a great way to cut your florist bill without diminishing the dramatic decorating effect flowers have on your affair. Here is a list of flowers typically growing in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.
Fall Wedding Flowers
Assorted Berry Sprigs
Winter Wedding Flowers
Bells of Ireland Narcissus
Camellias Poinsettia Casa Blanca Lily Star Gazer Lily
Cosmos Star of Bethlehem
Spring Wedding Flowers
Anemone Lilacs Bells of Ireland Narcissus
Casa Blanca Lily Ranunculus
Daffodil Star Gazer Lily
Summer Wedding Flowers
Bells of Ireland Freesia
Chrysanthemum Gerbera Daisy
English Lavender Hydrangea
No matter what season your wedding is/was in or what your bouquet looked like, who wants to just toss their bouquet in the trash? If you hate that idea, our October Giveaway of a custom 11″ x 14″ shadowbox floral keepsake (a $460+ value) is meant for you! Keepsake Floral, the Nation’s leader in special event flower preservation will create a custom-crafted work of art out of your bouquet that you will treasure for years to come!
Want to win our outstanding October giveaway? Leave a comment on this, or any of our floral keepsake posts on Mondays this month and you’ll be automatically entered to win! Tell us all about the flowers in your bouquet, if they have special meanings or significance. The randomly selected contest winner will be announced on October 31st!! If we don’t hear back from the winner within 2 weeks, we will randomly select a new winner to make sure someone ends up with this great goodie!
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