Friday, September 30, 2011
Wedding Flowers By Season
With the development of modern transport and technology, you can choose the flowers whatever you like. For example, you can buy tulip in winter, although it blossoms out in summer actually. But in this case, you may spend much more money on flowers than are anticipated. The best way is that to select the local flowers which blossom in your wedding season.
Here is a list of a few of the many flowers that are in each season.
Spring: Blossoms (cherry, pear, apple) Sweet Pea, Lilac, Roses, Tulips, Magnolia, Hydrangea, winter jasmine
Summer: Rose, Lily, Cornflower, Forget-me-Not, Daisy, Sunflower, Rose Mallow, Peony, Orchid, Calla
Autumn: Aster, Chrysanthemum, Pot marigold, Narcissus, Dahlias
Witer: Freesia, Holly, Ivy, Amaryllis, Roses, Evergreens, Poinsettias, Mistletoe
Depending on the flowers you choose, building ceremony and wedding reception decorations based on your flowers can also be cheaper than finding other ways to decorate. Flowers automatically look dressed up and a single stem can be placed in a vase with a ribbon for an easy elegant look at little cost. Choosing seasonal flowers can really make the decoration savings add up.