Top Ten Spring Wedding Flowers #SpringBridalBouquetInspo #PickYourWeddingFlowers

Ahh, springtime, you are so close! We’ve all been experiencing a long, wet & cold winter this year, but spring is just around the corner. In honor of your approaching beauty, we’ve compiled a list of our top ten picks for our very favorite wedding flowers for the season.

Now every field is clothed with grass, and every tree with leaves;

now the woods put forth their blossoms, and the year assumes its gay attire.

-Virgil

Anemones

These graceful and graphic flowers, either white or brightly colored, belong to the buttercup family.

If you are searching for a modern, eclectic bloom for your wedding day florals, try the bright colors and delicate petals of anemones.

Azaleas

Azaleas are a flowering shrub of the heath family with clusters of brightly colored, sometimes fragrant flowers.

Image result for azaleaAzaleas add a softly romantic, southern feel to bridal bouquets, and they look fantastic paired with greenery and roses.

Camellias

Camellias are evergreen eastern Asian shrubs related to the tea plant, grown for their shiny green leaves and lush, showy flowers.

Nothing says “Spring” quite like Camellias in bloom, and these luscious flowers make a stunning bouquet.

Dianthus

A flowering plant of delicate frilled blossoms.

We love the relaxed and carefree feel of a simple bridal arrangement that includes Dianthus and is tied with lace ribbon. Barn wedding anyone?

Garden Rose

Romantic Garden Roses smell delightful and feature soft and fluffy whorls of ruffled petals.

Wildly romantic, Garden Roses are sought after by brides for their ruffled lushness AND because they are similar to peonies but way more affordable. We love!

Hyacinth

An intoxicatingly scented member the lily family, hyacinths feature beautiful compact bell-shaped flowers.

These darling buds are the quintessential symbol of springtime. Paired with tulips, these make a gorgeously ethereal bridal bouquet.

Hydrangea

These fabulous flower clusters feature varied and extravagant blooms.

The lacy, cloud-like quality of hydrangea blooms add a delicate sweetness to any bouquet, and they look especially wonderful paired with seeded eucalyptus.

Iceland Poppy

Iceland Poppies are delicate and bright and come in a dazzling array of colors.

The ultimate ode to spring, Iceland Poppies bring an irresistibly bright and dreamy element to bridal arrangements.

Lilac

Lovely lilacs are members of the olive family, with wonderfully scented violet, pink, or white blossoms.

Pretty and lush, lilacs make the most beautiful bridal bouquets, perfect for springtime weddings.

Mimosa

Ok, we know you went there, right? You immediately thought of that delicious brunch beverage with champagne and citrus, didn’t you? We did!

Yummy, bright and citrusy, mimosa flowers are delicate and sweet.

Mimosa flowers add just the right touch of sunshine-y brightness to any bridal bouquet.

Spring is nature’s way of saying, “Let’s party!”

-Robin Williams

 

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