7 Most Popular Flowers That Are Perfect For Wedding Composition
7 Most Popular Flowers That Are Perfect For Wedding Composition

Over time, flowers have been an integral part of every facet of a wedding — from adorning the wedding entourage, the flower girl and ring holder, the bride and groom, to the halls and rooms where everything takes place — the ceremony, party, table centerpieces and decorations. Of course, every season brings with it a variety of different styles and colors, and selecting the right blooms for your wedding theme style is as difficult as choosing the right venue and the perfect costume. Here in this read, you’ll find a preview of some of the most common varieties of wedding flowers to choose from.

  • Roses

Roses are certainly in the forefront of the flowers used in bouquets for weddings. They have long symbolized beauty and love. Roses have the property of fitting perfectly into any form, and of approaching various compositions. A bouquet of fresh roses looks stunning by itself. They are in line with elegant wedding dresses and tend to stay all fresh for a long time.  Another advantage of these blooms is their availability in a broad palette of shades. In addition, roses also make a lovely gesture to greet a couple at their wedding. In case you are not able to mark your presence to your close one’s wedding, just send gifts online along with a bouquet of roses!

  • Peonies

The peony is recognized for its delicacy and outstanding elegance, with a florid deep perfume and brilliant hue. The peony comes in two main varieties, the herbaceous and the tree peony. A bouquet made from peonies alone can be magnificent; the flower can also be used to make elegant centerpieces and arrangements. Produced in single and double-flower patterns, this exotic flower is available from late spring to early summer seasonally, but may be shipped in the fall as well.

  • Hydrangeas

Because of their good compatibility with other plants,  these plants are very prevalent in marriage compositions. They bring airiness and good volume to the bouquet. Plants are malevolent to a temperature regime so it is not advisable to use them at a high temperature or a cold. 

  • Calla Lily

Calla lilies are simple and sweet, beautifully wrapped in a fluffy, satin ribbon and lovingly held by a bride or bridesmaid. Typically white, Calla lilies are also available in a range of colors, from pale and creamy to dark and cloudy. Because of their elegance and how resiliently they go inside the bouquet, Calla lilies are an ever suitable option for brides.  It symbolises purity and innocence if you pick white Calla Lilies for your bridal bouquet.

  • Tulips

Tulips are tokens of tenderness and affection. A range of varieties and a rich color palette of tulips allow any creative concept to be accomplished and the intended outcome to be achieved. Using those colors in the design of the wedding would make the bouquet look perfect during the festivities. Use vivid colors and a gradient effect while making a composition.

  • Anemones 

Anemones are a genus of the buttercup family, are commonly known as Wind Flowers. This rare flower comes in a number of shades including bright purple, pink, red and ivory. It is usually commercially available from October till April. The Anemone flower means anticipation so it’s a great flower for your bridal bouquet and it’s the excitement and anticipation a bride would feel right before she walks down the aisle.

  • Gerberas

The Gerberas are part of the daisy family and they form a bold flower that can really make your bridal bouquet look vibrant. Gerberas stand for cheerfulness that is easy to see when you see all the vivid shades in which they grow!

The variety of beautiful flowers with all their charm and uniqueness allows everyone to find their own perfect flower. However, these seven are the ones people reach out to the most, which makes them the most popular flowers for weddings.