For brides set to marry on Valentine’s Day, take a look at our top Valentine’s Day Wedding Flowers! We have a number of exquisite bridal designs, using roses, lilies, tulips and orchids.
For a traditional look on Valentine’s Day, opt for a classic rose bouquet! The wonderful thing about roses is that they come in lots of different colours, such as: red, pink, purple, white, orange and yellow! For a romantic look to your bridal flowers, opt for classic red or white roses, mixed with lilies of the valley. Or, for a brighter look, use yellow garden cabbage roses, miniature spray roses and hybrid roses to create a classic dome shape. For a real hand-picked garden look, go for tiny butter-yellow tea roses which provide numerous shades of pink and mix with spidery jasmine blossoms and scabiosas which have decorative pincushion centres. These Valentine’s Day roses make the perfect wedding bouquet!
Lilies are stunning bloom that can add charm and elegance to your wedding bouquet this Valentine’s Day. For a modern look, use a sheaf of tiny white calla lilies which are flat on top and tapered at the bottom. The stems used in this design are equally as impressive as the blossoms, and make a strong statement. If you’d rather go for something a little more chic, go for downward-cast calla lilies which look beautifully poised in this sculpted bouquet. For a darker-looking lily bouquet full of enchantment, use eggplant calla lilies with fringed tulips, green hypericum berries and elegant miller leaves.
Tulips are a wonderful variety of wedding flower and perfect on Valentine’s Day. Available in a number of bright colours, they make truly breath-taking bouquets. Use white ruffled double tulips with mini calla lilies to create a beautiful teardrop cascade. Or perhaps you’d prefer something a bit more colourful? Opt for cream tulips mixed with ranunculuses, ethereal poppies and dainty narcissi, using a satin yellow ribbon to complete the look. If you would prefer a more simple-looking bouquet, use long-stemmed tulips and calla lilies in shades of orange and tangerine, which only require a satin ribbon to tie them together; simply beautiful.
There are a huge number of orchid varieties available, in all different shapes and sizes. They make stunning wedding bouquets and are popular Valentine’s Day flowers. Use cream-and-pink phalaenopsis orchids mixed with ruffled magenta garden roses, pale-pink roses and even lighter spray roses, for a truly decorative and feminine wedding bouquet. For a real aromatic treat, mix sweet-smelling hyacinth and jasmine with cymbidium orchids and blueberry foliage; use a pink silk ribbon to complete the look. If you would prefer a more elegant looking bouquet, use graceful-looking sweet peas and the very rare lady's slipper orchid, brought together with a simple white satin ribbon. True class.
If you need further assistance, simply visit your local Valentine’s Day florist who can help you find the perfect bouquet of Valentine’s Day wedding Flowers.