6 Unique Flowers For Your Spring Wedding Bouquet

spring wedding bouquet

Flowers are like trends, they go in and out of season. So, how do you know which flowers will be available for your spring wedding? Don’t stress it, we’ve got the best choices for your Spring Wedding Bouquet here. In fact, what’s available for spring most likely won’t be available in summer and winter. With that being said, it’s always a good idea to plan ahead and know whats out there. So, here are 6 flowers options we’ve found for your Spring Wedding Bouquet.

Spring Wedding Bouquet

1. Tulips

spring wedding bouquetFirst, tulips are usually large, showy and brightly colored. Often times, red, pink, yellow, and even white. They are the most colorful of all the spring flowers and look beautiful on displays, in bouquets, or as centerpieces.





2. Hyacinth

spring wedding bouquetSecond, a small fragrant flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae. These flowers have a unique look to them and will definitely be eye catching. In fact, each flower is so small you could even take a few from the bouquet and put them in your hair.



3. Peony

spring wedding bouquetNext, often times this flower is referred to as the queen of spring. Full of petals, this flower opens up to be bold and brilliant. Also coming in an array of colors, the peony has a beautiful elegant look to it.



4. Crocus

spring wedding bouquetAnother gorgeous flower species. Many are cultivated for their flowers appearing in autumn, winter, or spring wedding bouquets. If you love the soft elegance of white flowers but you’re looking to stand out, this is the flower of choice. Often times associated with the orchid, these flowers give off very little scent but look stunning.




5. Anemone

spring wedding bouquetAlso known as Grecian windflower. Cultivators will grow them from corms that are planted in fall for flowers the following spring. To be exact, these fragrant flowers bloom in May. So, at the end of spring well into the summer.




6. Pansy

spring wedding bouquetLast but not least, the pansy. This type of large-flowered hybrid plant cultivated as a garden flower. However, don’t under estimate the garden! This flower looks absolutely beautiful as an accent in a spring wedding bouquet.


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