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The Perfect Season for Wedding Flowers


Spring has arrived and if you are planning a wedding in the following couple months you are lucky when it comes to flowers.

Sometimes, added together with the rest of the wedding costs, flowers can seem like a big expenditure. But flowers really put the finishing touches to the wedding reception. So if they are not up to par, the entire event loses some of its shine.

Luckily, many flower are in season at this time of year, and seasonal flowers mean that you will be cutting down on the costs.

To list only a few of the flowers available at this time of year; tulips, hyacinths, syringe, lilies, roses, ranunculus and anemones.  This is only to name a few of the options you have available for your wedding bouquet and reception.

This year the most popular choices for wedding flowers are narcissus, tulips, lilies and gerbera daisies. This is probably due to the fact that colour is a big hit this spring and all of these flower varieties (with the exception of lilies) come in strong colours. Meaning that weddings are looking all the more festive this year.

If you do not want to stick to only one flower this spring, then it is perfectly fine to combine two or more of these flowers, to make your bouquet and decorations fashionable yet one of a kind.

Whether you are taking the more economical route or sticking to fashion, spring is one of the best times of year to have a bit of fun with the floral decoration aspect of a wedding.

Todich Floral Design can make your experience all the more fun by helping you out with the minor details, allowing you to run with your imagination!
We can either help you with brainstorming ideas or help you bring your wishes to life. Our years of experience will be ensure the perfection of your wedding decorations.

This entry was posted on Monday, March 28th, 2011 at 11:34 am and is filed under Ecological, Events, Weddings. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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