Spring Wedding Flowers

Although summer is the height of wedding season, more and more brides are choosing a spring wedding for their nuptials. If you’re wondering which flowers are best for your big day, here are a few suggestions:

Ranunculus: These blooms are often available throughout the year but spring is when they are at their prime and outshine their summer counterparts because of their large blooms and sturdy stems.

wedding at Lewis and Clark cateringWhite ranunculus corsages for a wedding at Lewis & Clark Catering {Image courtesy of MJ’s Photography}

local wedding flowers eugeneAmazing, locally grown ranunculus in bold colors

wedding bouquet eugeneA soft and romantic bridal bouquet of ruffly, pink ranunculus and cream garden roses

Anemones: The dark or black center on these delicate blooms adds instant elegance and drama for a chic, sophisticated look. Anemones are available in white, fuchsia, red and purple/blue.

sweet peas and anemonesA monochromatic bouquet of shades of purple is achieved with fragrant sweet peas and purple anemones with a black silk ribbon

Lewis and Clark Catering weddingThese anemones look so delicate and soft they reminded me of tissue flowers. Shown here at the sweetheart table with garden roses and white sweet peas.

1972410_748208215213170_6066215607994160596_nPastel anemones with pink sweet peas, hellebore, honeywax greenery and natural, unprocessed cotton for a little Southern charm

locally grown flowersFuchsia anemone before it has opened

Tulips: Also available mostly year round, tulips still say “SPRING” and are most readily available at this time of the year. Their unique nature causes them to continue to elongate after they are cut and their stems often curve toward the light.

WED074 Lavender DreamPurple bridal bouquet of stock, mini calla lilies, tulips, lisianthus and hypericum

fridayFresh from the field tulips

Daffodils: If they work with your color palette daffodils are a lovely choice because you don’t get to see them too often in wedding work making your bouquet instantly different. They work well with pastels but are bright enough to fit right in to a bolder color scheme as well.

1045145_748208378546487_8196864900732180419_nVictorian-inspired bouquet with daffodils, roses, hellebore, wildflowers and a burlap and lace accent around the stems

IMG_7372Spring favorites including daffodils, tulips, anemone, ranunculus and beronia with sunflowers, hydrangea and mini calla lilies.


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