Ideal for the spring, summer or fall wedding, the budget-friendly and cheerful ranunculus varies in color and size. Whether you go for a pop of pink, a sunset orange or deep red the ranunculus has closely formed petals and make a striking display. Ranunculus look stunning paired with anything, from roses to succulents, so you have a range of options from rustic to elegant.
You can never go wrong with the classic red rose for your wedding, a symbol of love and purity. Although roses may be traditional, there are many ways to assemble a bouquet that is unique to you! There are over a hundred different types of roses, with varying colors and sizes, available year-round making this flower ideal for any bride, wedding season or theme.
One of the most recognized flowers, the daisy, is in season year around. The gerbera is a perfect choice to brighten up the mood and bring a cheerful feel to any reception. White and yellow are a common color palette to use with daisies, but they work well with just about anything.
Once called a filler flower, carnations are now a popular choice for weddings. Their frilly petals and range of color make them versatile to use in any way you please. Not to mention, they bloom throughout most of the year so the carnation works well if you are planning a winter wedding.
A tulip isn’t just for the Easter holiday, it looks beautiful in weddings too! Native to Eurasia and North Africa, the tulip belongs to the lily family. One of the more recognized flowers, its prime season is the spring. With its oblong shaped petals, the tulip has many different varieties and colors that pair beautifully with peonies for a textured arrangement.