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Green Wedding Theme
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At Whole Blossoms, we have been following the wedding industry pretty closely. During the Corona virus outbreak, things have slowed down, but this is expected to pass soon and weddings and special events will continue as usual. Planning ahead has its great advantages as it allows you room for slight changes and understanding your basic needs for your event.

Wholesale Flowers for weddings is by far, the best advantage when it comes to your floral arrangements. You can save a ton of money as well as having the availability to access over 3,000 varieties. You will also being guaranteed freshness that far exceeds what is available locally to your area.

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Popular wedding bouquet
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We are now in our final blog of our three point series. It’s helpful to understand which Wedding Flowers are popular for 2020. Each year wedding style change, they come and go. Trying to keep up with all the latest trends can become both tedious and time consuming. Our results are based on the amount of orders we receive for wedding flowers and sometime s changes year by year. We have already discussed the following varieties: Ranunculus, Peonies, Rose, Hydrangeas, Gardenias, Calla Lilies, Babys Breath Flowers, Succulents, Carnations, and orchids.

In future articles we will do series on wedding styles and how they impact others and convey the emotions and personalities of the wedding party. These days you can pretty much tailor anything to shape your interests and personalities.

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orchid in wedding cake decorations
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Last week we listed 5 top Wedding Flowers for 2020 which included: Ranunculus, Peonies, Roses, Hydrangeas, Gardenias, and Calla Lilies. This week we will continue listing top flowers this year that are popular, versatile, and meaningful. The great pleasure we have Whole Blossoms is serving you and giving you the best options on the market from farms all around the world.

With the approaching 2020 wedding season, we hope in future blogs to cover many up and coming trends in which you can use your Wholesale Flowers. Lately, some interesting trends people are talking about, in which you can use these wonderful blooms are:

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Gardenias wedding flowers
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The wedding season for 2020 is now upon us and it’s time to start planning. If you are about to get married this year and still not really sure what kind of flowers to choose, let us give some of the top flowers that are really in and are going to be popular this year. You want to stand out and you want everything to be perfect, the examples we share with you will make the most excitement possible. Besides understanding the right variety for you, at Whole Blossoms, we allow you to prepare your Wedding Flowers on a very good budget.

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Orange Color Bridesmaids Dress
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As we now approach Valentine’s Day many will soon be considering and planning for a wedding. Studies have shown that at least 10% of wedding engagements take place on February 14th. It’s an exciting time to be engaged and now the planning stage needs to be fully launched.

There are so many things to consider when planning a wedding and there are plenty of good materials out there to help assist you every step of the way. However, when it comes to Wedding Flowers, we have a bit of the edge. We sell them to brides on a weekly basis and often get positive feedback on how well their weddings went and how happy they were with their Wholesale Flowers.

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Winter Wedding Bouquet
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Typically, when you think of an outdoor wedding, you might be thinking in the middle of summer, late spring, and even early fall, but have you considered an outdoor winter wedding? You might be surprised, but a winter wedding outdoors might be something you can consider. Statistics show that 40% of weddings occur between May and August, 34% between September and December, yet 25% are still having weddings between January and April.

You can have a very “cool” experience if you plan it right and have the right Wedding Flowers.  First of all, you will want to warn everyone. You can’t imagine the frustration of your family and friends as they show up to your wedding, only to find that it is outside in the cold. You also want to make sure you dress up warm, even with earmuffs and scarves on your bridesmaid, your wedding photos are going to look pretty cool.

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Valentine's Day Flowers
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Valentine’s Day will be here in a couple more weeks and are you ready? There many reasons to buy flowers for this lovely occasion, whether you are a church, a fragrance store, a hospital, a school, a caterer, a wedding planner, a business, a university, or an individual who simply wants to enhance the moment of the day with the wondrous beauty of flowers.

Why flowers on this momentous day? Its known history began in the 1800’s as a custom of sending non-verbal communications of love and adoration. Whether you realize it or not, it is possible to have an entire conversation without saying one word. We are naturally attracted to beauty and flowers are beautiful. They are full of life, colors, textures, and some even have fragrances.

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Fresh Cut Flowers in Winter Weddings
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We are now well into the first month of the New Year and the time for weddings is approaching once again. Winter is a great time to get married. We are going to give you some reasons why and how we can help you with your Wedding Flowers and the varieties of blooms we have available for your bouquets, centerpieces, and other floral needs.

One reason winter is a great time to get married is there is less stress involved this time of the year. Since the weather is typically cold and uninviting for outdoor weddings, the events are usually held inside which takes away the stress of worrying about weather conditions for a wedding or any outdoor event. Taking care of your Wholesale Flowers is a bit easier to manage as well, being inside.

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Rose Arrangements for Valentine's Day
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Before we continue with part 2 with “Just Getting Engaged,” we decided that talking about Valentine’s Day Flowers is a pretty important topic this week since it is only a month away. It’s pretty thought provoking when you think about how quickly time marches on and so in case you have forgotten or haven’t realized it, Valentine’s Day is approaching and there is still time to order your Wholesale Flowers from Whole Blossoms.

First, let’s talk about Valentine’s Day itself. Did you know that this day is recognized all around the world?  It is good to know that at least one day out of the year, people take the time to appreciate one another and take the time to do something special that makes the other person or people feel loved, appreciated and significant.

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Engagement Bouquet
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The holidays are now past us and it’s time to focus on what is important; your wedding plans. You may be putting away all your decorations and getting back into your normal work mode, but your wedding may soon be approaching. According to Wedding Wire, Christmas Day is the number one day in the United States to get engaged. This is an exciting time and now the planning begins.

There are many different ways to cut the costs and we at Whole Blossoms wants to help. We have over 3,000 varieties of Wholesale Flowers to choose from.  Wedding Flowers are an important part of the wedding and have the ability immortalize the moment and bring life to the bride, the bridesmaids, the groom, the wedding tables, the church or wherever the ceremony is decided upon.

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