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Bride holding wedding bouquet with pink roses, peonies, and ranunculus.

Flowers hold a significant place in wedding ceremonies, symbolizing natural beauty, growth, and life’s impermanence. They add elegance, fragrance, and color to the occasion, enhancing the overall aesthetic and ambiance. The tradition of incorporating flowers in weddings traces back to ancient times, symbolizing fertility, loyalty, and love. Specific flowers, such as roses, peonies, and ranunculus, have become synonymous with weddings, each carrying a unique symbolism—roses for love, peonies for prosperity, and ranunculus for charm and attractiveness. 

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Wedding party with modern-glam wedding theme.

Modern-glam weddings blend the contemporary elements of modern design with the luxurious touch of glamour. This style hinges on sparse simplicity accentuated by opulent features, creating a sense of balance and elegance. The color palette usually comprises a blend of neutral shades like cream, complemented by bold, vibrant colors such as fuchsia. This combination of colors not only adds a striking visual contrast but also exudes a warm, welcoming ambiance. Fuchsia flowers and cream bouquets are often used in modern-glam weddings to infuse the setting with a touch of extravagance without compromising the minimalist appeal. This guide will walk you through the process of styling a modern-glam wedding, focusing on how to best utilize fuchsia flowers and cream bouquets to create a memorable atmosphere. 

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Newlywed couple with tropical wedding theme.

Tropical weddings embody an aesthetic that merges natural beauty with a touch of casual elegance. These events typically take place in warm, paradisiacal locations such as beaches or lush gardens. The color palette is often inspired by the vibrant hues of the tropics, with peach, cream, and brown being particularly popular choices for bouquets. These colors emulate the softness of a tropical sunset, the purity of sandy beaches, and the grounding earthiness of native flora. Combined, they create a harmonious and captivating visual spectacle that is truly emblematic of a tropical wedding. 

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Just as there are numerous wedding styles, there is an equally diverse array of wedding bouquets to match. From the traditional round bouquet, favored for its classic elegance, to the edgy cascading design, often chosen by those seeking a dramatic effect, every bouquet tells a story. The hand-tied bouquet, with its loose, ‘just-picked’ aesthetic, is perfect for the rustic, bohemian bride. For the minimalist, a single-stem bouquet can make a bold yet simplistic statement. The choice of a wedding bouquet is an opportunity to express personal style in a meaningful, visual way. 

Below is a vibrant collection of 20 diverse wedding bouquet styles. Later, we will delve into the intricate details of each one. Get ready to be inspired! 

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August weddings are a celebration of late summer blooms. Incorporating seasonal flowers in your arrangements not only adds a touch of elegance but also keeps the décor vibrant and fresh. Here, we’ll guide you through the process of creating the perfect flower arrangements for an August wedding.  August is a popular month for weddings, with its long, sunny days and reliably warm weather. The extended daylight hours offer flexibility for scheduling ceremonies and receptions, and the abundant sunshine creates a perfect backdrop for stunning wedding photos. In terms of floral choices, brides typically lean towards seasonal blooms. Dahlias, with their vibrant hues and intricate petal patterns, are a favorite for August weddings. Sunflowers, another August bloom, add a touch of rustic charm and a pop of color. Roses, hydrangeas, and lilies are also popular choices, offering a range of colors and styles to suit any wedding theme. 

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Imagine taking a leisurely stroll through a garden, surrounded by the enchanting aroma of roses. But not just any roses – we’re talking about the kind that will blow your mind! You see, the typical red roses you find at your local florist pale in comparison to the captivating scent of true garden roses.  

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What Are 12 Different Types Of Wedding Bouquets?

The Wedding Season

We are now in the wedding season, and we have several weddings taking place. Last year there were 2.6 million weddings alone. Even though budgets might be a little bit tighter, many couples are still planning on tying the knot and plan on having their dream weddings.

According to different studies, over 65% of couples will be getting married this summer and fall. October seems to be the most popular month this year and has been the most popular month since 2015. There are many date considerations, so it’s never too late to begin planning.

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I know that planning a wedding can be stressful, especially when getting the most from your Wedding Flowers and all your ideas. Preparation and organization are everything when it comes to getting it all right.

We can get you the best Flowers and even impossible to get Blooms from all around the world.

However, your local floral designer, wedding planner, wedding florist, or even yourself, must know what to expect to avoid all those unwanted surprises that may come up.

It can be frustrating at best and devastating at worst if you don’t know the right questions.

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As we approach August, we are at a crossroad, we can still prepare for a Summer Wedding, or begin planning for a Fall Wedding, so now is the perfect time to make your final decisions, however, don’t delay placing your orders early, because you need to ensure your favorite Wedding Flowers will be ready when you need them most. Waiting till the last moment may cause you to settle for varieties that are available, and not necessarily your dream Flowers.

August is a great time to get married. According to Lily and Lime, “A wedding in August is an absolute delight. The summer is still blooming just as strong, but there is a definite mellow vibe to the month and provides the most beautiful shades for couples to play with. August, a late summer month still with Flowers in bloom, offers some of the brightest color palettes for brides.”

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We are now midway through June and approaching July. Are you planning a July Wedding? Zola Weddings says this about July, “A month like July is hard to resist when deciding what time of the year is right for your wedding. Bright summer days are truly a beautiful backdrop for any celebration but do keep in mind weather, seasonal popularity, and jam-packed schedules that tag along with this wedding month.”

No matter what month you choose to get married in, the best Flowers can make all the difference in the world, and we have all the best varieties available in the market. We are adding daily to our catalog and are excited about each variety. Recently, we added Poppies and Godetia, and several others.

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