As a Spring bride, you have the opportunity to choose from a bright and graceful array of seasonal flowers in pretty pinks and purples, and beautiful blues. Spring is the season of renewal after winter’s chill reign. People imagine gardens brimming with delightful blooms.
…and in the Spring thoughts turn to love…and enchanting weddings.
With your perfect dress, shoes, and makeup, you must have the perfect bouquet. Beautiful Spring Bride, rejoice at your choices! Seasonal flowers include such lovely hues, textures and even fragrances.
Ask your florist about Delphinium, Iris, Tweedia, Cybidium Orchid, Pink Gerbera, Peony, Pink Ranunculus, pink Rose, Sweet Pea, Anemone, Calla Lily, Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Lilac, Lisianthus, and Purple Tulip. Filler stems come in an exciting array of colors as well: Queen Anne’s Lace, Solidago, Waxflower, Limonium, Montecasino Aster, Statice Sinuata, Gypsophila, and Hypericum. Each adds its own beauty to a striking bouquet. These flowers blend well in the floral entourage that accompanies a wedding, like church and reception decorations.
Do you love that gorgeous harbinger of Spring—the Daffodil? Yes, Yes, Yes, March brides, you can have them in your luscious bouquet! Choose from the yellow blooms or the white petals with yellow, orange or even pink centers. Couple them with lilacs, sweet peas and muscari. They make sweet bridesmaids bouquets mixed with snowdrops and posies. You can easily carry them through to your wedding floral decorations. Close your eyes and picture a cheerful ceremony-entrance display with vases of sunny yellow daffodils.
For a fresh, feminine bouquet, look in your own back yard. Do you see a variety of garden roses, andromedas, and tree peonies? This is an exquisite combination with a soft, pale hued aspect. Does it feel informal and modern? This bouquet can hold its own in sophistication at a formal affair.
If you are trying to cut costs on bridesmaids’ flowers, your florist will probably advise that they carry a single bloom bouquet. A good flower to fulfill this suggestion is a Protea. Protea are bewitching, tropical blooms, their oval leaves a lovely contract to the colorful flower cradled at their center. These beauties perch on tall, sturdy stems, are heat resistant, and each can grow to a width of as much as ten inches, making them a front runner for this bouquet. If one looks too diminutive, tie two with a pretty ribbon for your bridesmaids. Protea are available in a number of colors, including pink, red, yellow, gray, orange and silver-tipped.
If none of these blooms are a perfect fit for your wedding dreams or theme, try succulents for a different look. Being edgy doesn’t mean you can’t be chic. Succulents are quite popular now in bouquets, but still retain both their atypical and striking sides.
A fun, flower photo-op: Instead of rice, give your guests small bags (your names and the date in calligraphy) of fresh flower petals to throw upon your exit as man and wife. What could be more romantic and magical than a path strewn with rose petals?
It’s your day. Fashion it your way. Spring is on your side, offering flowers to charm every bride.
Allow us to manage your special day while you enjoy time with the man who captured your heart and with the friends who’ve come to help you celebrate your love.
To make your wedding day more bliss and less stress, consider letting Roof Garden help. In beautiful, historic Galveston with spectacular views, Roof Garden provides all of the amenities you need. Contact us today to tour our facility or to reserve your date at (409) 762-5921 or check your date now.
About Roof Garden
The Roof Garden is a charming, vintage wedding venue and sophisticated corporate/private event facility located in the heart of The Strand overlooking Galveston’s Historic National Landmark District. Our elegant, signature Galveston architecture creates a warm, inviting atmosphere your guests are sure to enjoy. Learn more about our venue and view facility photos to understand the true essence of the Roof Garden.