Say ‘I do’ to the right flowers

A wedding is one of the most important events of a person’s life. Unfortunately, the planning can be one of the most confusing. From venues to food to music to dresses, the decisions for the “perfect day” are endless.

And then comes the flowers, the major focal point of the occasion. However, picking wedding day flowers can be a source of gratification, not stress, as long as you know what to look for.

No matter what time of year you decide to tie the knot, there are beautiful flowers to pick from. In fact, due to imports and commercial growers cultivating flowers under glass, many flowers are now available much longer into each season and even throughout the year. However, it is still recommended that brides choose flowers in their normal flowering period to obtain the finest quality and most reasonable price. We at Flora2000.com, your online floral delivery specialists, suggest the following flowers for each season.

Springtime:

Tulips, Stargazer Lilies, Casablanca Lily, Daffodils, Lilacs, Anemones, Bells of Ireland, Boronia, Delphiniums, Hyacinths, Narcissi, Peonies, Ranunculi and Sweet peas.

Summer:

Lilies (Asiatic and Oriental), Tube roses, Gerbera Daisies, Sunflowers, Chrysanthemums, Irises, Alstroemerias, Bells of Ireland, English Lavenders, Freesia, Hydrangeas, Larkspurs, Matsumoto Asters, Monte Casino Asters, Queen Anne’s Laces, Snapdragons, Solidastors, Statices, Stephanotis, Stock Flowers, Yarrows and Zinnias.

Autumn:

Asters, Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Marigolds, Statices and Zinnias.

Winter:

Stargazer Lilies, Casablanca Lilies, Tulips, Daffodils, Jasmines, Amaryllis, Anemones, Bells of Ireland, Camellias, Cosmos, Hollies, Narcissus, Poinsettias, Ranunculus, Stars of Bethlehem, Sweet Peas and Wax Flowers.

Year Round Picks:

Orchids, Calla Lilies, Roses, Lily of the Valley, Proteas, Bachelor’s Button, Carnations, Gardenias, Heather, Baby’s Breath and Delphiniums.

About Allan Fliss

I am Allan Fliss, a partner in the marketing communications firm of Richartz Fliss Clark & Pope (RFC&P). Recently, we have been asked to represent Flora2000 within the US. Since taking on the assingment, I have forgotten everything I thought I knew about flowers and been reeducated!
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