Day or night, simple or luxurious. No matter what type of wedding, how, where or how it will be performed, as long as the wedding flowers are always present. They are indispensable and mark the environment with an aura of romanticism, love and delicacy.
But among so many species, one more beautiful than the other, you must be wondering how to choose the right wedding flowers? The answer to this question involves a number of factors, but do not worry we'll talk about each one. So you can choose the ideal flower for your wedding. Check out:
How To Choose Wedding Flowers
1. Date of marriage
The first thing to be taken into consideration before choosing the flower for the wedding is to determine in what season of the year the ceremony will take place. Many flowers are seasonal, that is, they are only available at certain times of the year, just as there are also the perennial flowers that can be found whenever you wish.
So choose the flower from the season of the year that you will get married. This tip is also important for anyone looking for ways to save on marriage. The flowers of the season are cheaper, besides being more beautiful as well.
2. Wedding Style
Another important aspect that impacts the choice of flowers is the style of the wedding. There are more suitable flowers for classic weddings, while others are best suited for rustic-style weddings. Weddings outdoors or on the beach also need to take into consideration the choice for more resistant flowers, especially in the heat.
3. Wedding Schedule
Will the wedding be day or night? Outdoors or indoors? This information should also be evaluated and come as a criterion when choosing the flower for the wedding. An outdoor day wedding asks for different flowers than a ceremony at night in an enclosed space.
This for two reasons: first for a matter of aesthetics and adequacy to the type of ceremony and another to ensure the beauty of the arrangements throughout the entire party. After all, flowers exposed to the midday sun need to be sturdier than the flowers that will be kept indoors at night.
4. Place of marriage
The wedding location can also impact the choice of flowers. This is because some flowers are typical of a certain region and transport, in addition to making the event more expensive, can end up damaging the flowers, compromising their beauty. Think about it too.
5. Available budget
How much can you or are you willing to pay for this part of the marriage? The flowers can consume a good part of the available budget, so it is important to think about this issue as well. The price of wedding flowers can vary greatly depending on the supplier, the time of year and the species chosen.
Know the main species of flowers for marriage in decorated ceremonies
How about knowing now some of the flowers most used in marriage and its main characteristics? Check out:
Wedding flowers: glass of milk
If you want a ceremony and an imposing and sophisticated reception then bet on the milk glasses. This type of flower allows tall and very elegant arrangements, ideal for classic style weddings. However, the flower is toxic and can cause allergies and irritations while being handled. The harvest of the milk cup takes place from August to November.
Picture 1 - Something elegant arrangement of milk cups and other flowers decorating the center of the guests table.
Picture 2 - An unusual wedding bouquet: milk cups with succulents.
Picture 3 - Wedding flowers: Milk glasses of this bouquet have a light pink coloration.
Picture 4 - Arrangement only with them and, let's face it, you do not need anything else.
Wedding flowers: chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemums are a great choice for rustic or outdoor weddings, but be careful not to expose the flower directly to the sun as it can wither easily. Another feature of the flower is a variety of colors, allowing for colorful and cheerful bouquets and arrangements. The months of the chrysanthemum are May, November and December.
Picture 5 - Flowers for wedding: red chrysanthemums decorating the tables of the guests.
Picture 6 - Chrysanthemums and roses: a mixture of species very different, but that together they turn out very harmonious.
Image 7 - Chrysanthemums, roses and hydrangeas: all white wedding flowers on the table.
Picture 8 - Flowers for wedding: delicate bridal bouquet with chrysanthemum flowers, roses and lisianthus.
Flowers for wedding: flowers of the field
The flowers of the field is a junction of different flowers born freely and without any specific care. These flowers make up uncomplicated arrangements that perfectly match outdoor weddings and rustic style.
Image 9 - Field flowers ideal for ... weddings in the countryside!
Picture 10 - Rustic, colorful and very charming: make room for them.
Picture 11 - Flowers for wedding of the field guarantee colorful and diversified arrangements.
Image 12 - Not only flowers are made from the flower arrangements of the field; the leaves also have a prominent place.
Picture 13 - Flowers for wedding: here, the flowers of the field decorate the entrance of the church.
Flowers for wedding: gardenia
The gardenias have a delicate appearance and are very fragrant, so be careful when using this flower indoors or at the guests' table. The white type is the most common of this flower, but it can also be red. Weddings on the beach match well with this flower. The gardenia season is between late spring and early summer.
Picture 14 - Flowers for wedding: arrangement to decorate the wall made with gardenias, roses and lots of green.
Picture 15 - Flowers for marriage: small and discreet arrangement, but very fragrant of gardenias.
Picture 16 - Flowers for wedding: bows are in fashion; these were made with gardenias.
Image 17 - Flowers for wedding: bridal bouquet made with the whitish gardenias.
Flowers for wedding: gerberas
The gerberas are one of the best options for a colorful and outdoor wedding. The flowers, in different color variations, are also affordable. The best time to buy gerberas is in the summer.
Picture 18 - Flowers for wedding: The coloring is ensuring with the arrangement of gerberas.
Picture 19 - Rustic and relaxed arrangement of gerberas adorns this wedding table.
Image 20 - Do-it-yourself wedding arrangement: a glass bottle, a piece of lace and flowers of gerberas and mosquitoes.
Picture 21 - Flowers for wedding: bridal bouquet of white gerberas.
Wedding flowers: Gipsofila (mosquito)
The delicate white flower Gipsofila, also known as mosquitinho, can be used alone or composing arrangements with other species. This is a type of flower that fits very well in different wedding styles, from the simplest to the most sophisticated. Another good thing about Gispsofila is that it can be found year-round.
Image 22 - Flowers for marriage: the delicacy and simplicity of the gispsofila does not prevent the flower from making more sophisticated arrangements.
Picture 23 - Flowers for marriage: versatile, the mosquitinho is 'enturma' with flowers of varied species.
Image 24 - Bouquets of gispsofila tied with jute ribbons decorate the path of the bride to the altar.
Picture 25 - Simple composition of mosquito to decorate the table.
Picture 26 - Gispsofila and roses in solitary vines composes the decoration of this marriage.
Flowers for wedding: sunflower
The flower of the sun. Yellow, big and alive. For those who want a marvelous marriage and full of energy, the sunflower is a great option. The flower is also very resistant and therefore can be used quietly indoors and outdoors, under the sun or shade. And although it is a flower that blends in with the heat, the flowering time of the sunflower is in late winter, but it extends into early summer.
Image 27 - Flowers for marriage: sunflower and gispsofila lead up to the altar.
Image 28 - Wedding flowers: a single sunflower flower is enough to mount this bouquet; the gispsofilas complete the arrangement.
Image 29 - Cheerful and colorful bridal bouquet of sunflowers and daisies.
Picture 30 - For those who love sunflower, this decoration is perfect and impresses by the joyful and radiant beauty.
Picture 31 - Sunflowers and chrysanthemums for the wedding.
Flowers for wedding: hydrangea
The hydrangea is composed of several small flowers that together form a natural bouquet. They are a great option for weddings on the beach or in the countryside that have a proposal of natural and delicate decoration. Hydrangeas bloom in November, but keep up through the months of February and March.
Image 32 - Blue hydrangeas and white roses form this bridal bouquet.
Picture 33 - Flowers for wedding: a hint of how to use the hydrangeas in the outdoor wedding decoration.
Image 34 - A simple and colorful arrangement for the table made with hydrangeas, lisianthus and mosquito.
Picture 35 - Natural bouquets of hydrangea were used to mount this huge table arrangement.
Wedding flowers: lily
Evening weddings and classic style can bet without mistakes on the lily. The flower, with varied shades of color, can make voluminous and elegant arrangements. The best time to decorate with lilies is in the summer, when the plant reaches flowering.
Image 36 - Lilies and chrysanthemums form this rustic and relaxed table arrangement.
Image 37 - Lilies are also very fragrant, be careful not to leave too close to the guests.
Picture 38 - Flowers for wedding: a beautiful and contrasting bouquet of lilies and red roses.
Picture 39 - To adorn the bride and groom's chair, a mini arrangement of lilies.
Wedding Flowers: lisianthus
Lisianthus is a very popular flower in weddings for several reasons. It is a cheap flower, it blooms year-round and it makes arrangements very delicately. Lisianthus is very similar to rose and can become an economical alternative to this flower, which is usually more expensive.
Picture 40 - Flowers for wedding: lisianthus is a cheap and beautiful flower option for weddings.
Image 41 - Decorate the guest table with lisianthus.
Image 42 - The bride's bouquet can also come in the proposal and be made with lisianthus.
Picture 43 - Flowers for marriage: the delicacy of the flowers of lisianthus to decorate the cake.
Image 44 - Variety of colors is also an advantage of lisianthus flower for weddings.
Cheerful and delicate daisies. They are the face of an outdoor wedding, on the beach or in the country, especially if it is during the day. Daisies are also a more financially viable alternative. Daisy blooming happens in the fall.
Image 45 - Bridal bouquet made with daisies and mini daisies.
Picture 46 - Wedding flowers: white gerberas and mini daisies adorn this table.
Picture 47 - Flowers for wedding: bridal bouquet with giant daisies.
Picture 48 - Outdoor wedding decoration with varied flowers, among them the daisy.
Picture 49 - Flowers for wedding: gerberas and daisies can be used together, given their similarity.
Flowers for wedding: peony
Peonies are flowers of incredible beauty. They look great in classic weddings during the day. The flowering of the peonies occurs in the spring.
Image 50 - Wedding Flowers: Peonies can make sophisticated or simple arrangements.
Picture 51 - Outdoor wedding decorated with flowers of peonies.
Image 52 - Wedding flowers of various types decorate the bride and groom's car.
Picture 53 - Flowers for marriage: for those who prefer a clean wedding decoration, can use white peonies.
Image 54 - Flowers of peonies and orchids: classic and elegant decoration for weddings.
Wedding Flowers: Pink
Roses are classic. They are the flowers of romanticism, passion and love. Decorating with them is the dream of many brides. Classical weddings with sophisticated style value themselves very much with the beauty and the variety of colors of this flower. However, it may not be the best option if the idea is to save money. The best time to decorate with roses is in the spring.
Picture 55 - Roses or mini roses? You choose, but in the end, the decor with them always surprises.
Picture 56 - Since roses are a more expensive option of decoration, you can choose to merge them with cheaper flowers, composing colorful and diversified arrangements.
Image 57 - Stunning bride bouquet with roses and other flowers for wedding.
Flowers for wedding: tulipa
Tulips bloom between autumn and spring and are well suited for decorating classically decorated weddings, especially at night.
Image 58 - Flowers for wedding: bridal bouquet made with pink tulips.
Image 59 - Wedding arrangement made with Adam's rib, palm leaf and anthurium flower.
Picture 60 - To the table of the guests: high arrangement of tulips interspersed with smaller arrangements of flowers for white wedding.
Image 61 - Wedding decoration that bet on modern colors used pink tulips in blue vases, contrasting with the black and white tablecloth.