Wedding planning can be a bit of a challenge, and we understand. After all, you need to pick a venue, a caterer, a date, a dress, the invitations—there is a lot to sort through. One of the main concerns for a bride-to-be is what flowers will make up her bridal bouquet, the boutonnieres, and the floral arrangements for the reception. The good news is, that’s where we come in. At Nosegay Flowers, we understand that your wedding is your special event. With that in mind, we would be happy to create a unique and custom arrangement to meet your exact specifications. If you aren’t sure where to start, we can help with that too. Here are the top five wedding flowers we recommend:

Rose

The classic symbol of beauty and love, this flower comes in different colors that can create a show-stopping focus for your wedding! Many brides choose this classic flower for its versatility, amazing smell, and ability to blend well with other flowers. The rose can be found in many different colors and styles—in fact, over three thousand varieties of roses are grown commercially. This means you can find one that is accessible at any time of year.

Dahlia

The dahlia has been known to symbolize dignity and elegance, but more recently, it’s been used to symbolize a commitment that will last an eternity! No wonder so many brides love this pick. If you are looking for versatility, this is the flower for you. They come in many sizes and colors, so they might be the perfect pick for a bride with less conventional colors in mind.

Lilac

Purple lilacs smell incredible and symbolize the first emotions of love. This drapey and romantic pick works well on its own or paired with other flowers. Keep in mind that this is a delicate flower; while that is part of its charm, you will need to actively prevent wilting. However, don’t let that deter you! The lovely smell and dreamy appearance is enough to charm the whole bridal party.

Sweet Pea

This classic pick symbolizes delicate or blissful pleasure! Sweet peas smell fabulous and come in variegated colors to help add to their gentle appearance. They were first brought to England from Sicily in 1699, and we have all had a deep affection for the sweet pea ever since. The scent can be strong and sweet, which will be a lovely addition to any bridal bouquet.

Tulip

These flowers may not seem like a great wedding bouquet addition, but they really are! Common tulips are usually pretty affordable, so you won’t have to break the bank to create a stunning floral arrangement. Tulips can come in a wide variety of colors, meaning that you can choose the one that best matches your bouquet. They symbolize perfect love.

Nosegay Flowers Bridal Bouquets

If you are ready to plan your wedding flowers and bouquets, it’s time to give our team of florists a call. We look forward to speaking with you about your needs and requests!