10 Wedding Flowers

Wedding flower is a must-have on our big day. There are plenty of gorgeous blooms that are our favorites. Now, let’s see a dozen of beautiful & charming wedding flowers!
Use these cheerful, sunburst shaped perennials to add amazing texture to your floral arrangements.
The delicate, exotic and graceful orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength.
Gardenias is a great gift to tell someone “You’re lovely”. It is also the symbol of secret love.These delicate, sweet smelling plant blossoms are particularly beloved by Southern brides.
4.Calla Lilies
Calla Lilies have been associated with holiness, faith and purity. As the cone-line flowers blossom in spring, they have become symbols of youth and rebirth.
5.Baby’s Breath
The flower symbolism associated with baby’s breath is purity of heart, innocence, and the breath of the Holy Spirit. While these petite, wispy blossoms are traditionally thought of as fillers, they look absolutely lovely on their own.
A white rose symbolizes purity. This bloom is classic and romantic.
7.Gerbera Daisies
Brightly-colored orange gerbera daisies represent feelings of warmth and creativity. Giving orange gerbera daisies to someone will convey a message of friendship and kindness.
Opt for Asiatic or Oriental lilies to give your wedding a timeless, traditional feel.
Snapdragon symbolizes graciousness and strength. It was said to protect one from deceit and curses. These blooming stalks are perfect for achieving a wild, freshly-picked look.
10.Bells of Ireland
Bells of Ireland are a wish of good luck to anyone who receives them. Legend has it that these distinctive green sprays will bring good luck to the happy couple.


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