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WEDDING FLOWERS {Spring}

Flowers automatically remind people of spring, but there are certain types, colors, and arrangements that work best for a spring wedding {same with every other season}.  The colors are usually a little bit more muted with a few saturated (mostly saturated is more summer to me), flowers are softer and creamier (if that makes sense), and the arrangement types can vary.

The following bouquets would be perrrrfect for a wedding in the upcoming months :)

(keep in mind that my flower types below the picture is just a guess…i’m not a florist!!)

Contemporary

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(kale and dianthus)

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(succulents, lillies, carnations, baby’s breath)

Transitional

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(lilly of the valley, dahlia, roses, ranunculus)

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(succulents, dahlias, peonies)

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(lilly of the valley, hypericum, ranunculus)

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(peonies, poppies, succulents, dusty miller, billy buttons, rose buds)

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(roses, ranunculus, peonies)

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(peonies and dusty miller)

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(peonies, roses, anemones)

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(orchids, roses)

Traditional

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(peonies, ranunculus, roses, lilac)

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(peonies, queen annes lace, hydrangea)

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(peonies, lilly of the valley, roses, hydrangeas, tulips)

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(ranunculus, roses, tulips, peonies)

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(peonies…)

XOXO