Ah, summer, a blooming season of abundance and lushness.
Today let’s see the remaining 8 summer wedding flowers.
Colors for this daisy vary from bright white, light pink and yellow, peach to hot pink, dark red, bold orange and deep gold. Gerbera daisies can always catch your guest’s eyes by their striking looks with long petals and typical centers which are often black or dark in color.
Made up of rope-like accent flower clusters that can either continue upright or cascade down from their sturdy stems, amaranthus is perfect for use in bouquets and centerpieces and can also be used to create gorgeous hanging flower displays.
Orchid is a distinct and fragrant flower that symbolizes beauty, refinement, and timelessness. Due to their exotic nature, orchids are especially suitable for tropical-themed weddings or outdoor weddings.
Poppies’ bright and cheery look will add a pop of color to your wedding bouquet. We love the idea of pairing them with tiny white daises and colorful ranunculus.
Amaryllises have large, full heads with ruffled petals and long stems, making them stunning assortments for modern weddings or bouquets. They look wonderful in tropical, romantic and Boho style arrangements!
With its fresh fragrance and billowing petals available in white, yellow, and varying shades of pink and red, peonies are the perfect addition to all bridal bouquets.
The vase life of agapanthuses can expand to 7-10 days or longer. With its globe shape mass of trumpet like flowers, agapanthus is perfect for contempory floral design.
16. Calla lily
Calla lily is the name of “beauty”. With tall stems, a couple of calla lilies in the vase paired with some greenery could create an instant wedding centerpiece.
Well, when choosing wedding floral arrangements, there’s much for you to learn.
Hope this help you plan out your wedding floral design, so you know what to pick up for your soirée the next time you have a summer celebration.