How to Choose Flowers for a Spring Wedding

Finally, spring is here, and the pretty blooms are here with us. If you are having a wedding this season, count yourself among the luckiest brides on earth. You will get to enjoy a colorful wedding not to mention the fragrance that comes with wedding flowers. There are a variety of colors for you to choose from.

Already you must be going through a lot of stress making all the wedding arrangements. Flowers should not be on your list of worries. This guide will help you have an easy time choosing flowers for your wedding.


Have a Budget

The worst mistake you can make is to shop for flowers without a budget. Flowers are so tempting that you might find yourself spending more than you should. Your budget will help you determine what flowers will go to your centerpieces, your bouquets, and the floral décor. It is essential for you to sit with your partner and agree on the amount.

Get yourself an Amazing Florist

Hiring a florist may not be as cheap as many people would expect, but it shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. The florist will be responsible for helping settle for the right color of flowers to match your color scheme, help you choose flowers that will sit well with your budget and help with the flower arrangement on the big day.

It is Okay to Borrow Some Inspiration

One good thing about this day and age is the internet. You might not have the opportunity to browse real weddings, but you have the chance to get online and get inspired. If you are looking for a place to draw some inspiration from, Pinterest is an excellent spot. It will give you a chance to familiarize yourself with the different blooms.

Use your Color Scheme to Choose the Wedding Flowers

Being spring, be assured you will be spoiled for choice. There are a lot of blooms available including; Apple blooms, cherry blossoms, Daffodils, Dogwoods, Forsythia branches, Hyacinths, Hydrangeas, Iris, Larkspur, Lilacs, Lilies, Lily of the valley, Lisianthus, Mini Calla Lily, Pansies, Peonies, Roses, Sweet peas, Tulips are available for you to choose from. Sounds like a hard task?

The good news is that the flowers do not need to be an exact match of your color decor. As long as they complement you’re the décor, you are good to go.

Consider your Bouquet First

Your bouquet will appear on a good percent of your wedding photos. Make sure it is perfectly done and appealing. Your florist should begin working on your bouquet before proceeding on the rest of the flowers.

Spring flowers are the most economical wedding flowers you can ever come across. Count yourself lucky to have a wedding in spring. Please keep in mind the fact that the type of flowers you choose will determine how your wedding day will be.

It is okay to ask your florist for a mock.  It will help you build confidence that your wedding day will be perfect. Also, you will have a moment to paint the picture of how your big day will be.

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