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Seasonal flowers for the wedding

An important consideration when choosing floral arrangements for the wedding is the seasonal availability of the flowers. Not all flowers are available year-round, and availability may vary by region and climate. It is therefore advisable to choose flowers that suit the season and location of the wedding. Here are some seasonal flowers and their availability:


In spring, tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, lilacs and peonies are popular flowers for weddings. They are usually available from March to May and can create a happy and romantic atmosphere.


In summer, roses, sunflowers, hydrangeas, dahlias and lilies are popular. They are available from June to August and can create a colorful and festive atmosphere.


In autumn, chrysanthemums, asters, dahlias, sunflowers and eucalyptus are popular. They are usually available from September to November and can create a warm and cozy atmosphere.


Fir branches, mistletoe, amaryllis, Christmas roses and orchids are popular in winter. They are available from December to February and can create a romantic and elegant atmosphere.

It is important to contact the florist well in advance to ensure the flowers you want are available and to plan the floral arrangement accordingly. A good florist will also be able to suggest alternatives if certain flowers are not available. Choosing seasonal flowers for the wedding can not only cut costs but also ensure that the flowers are fresh and of the best quality. It's also a greener option, as seasonal flowers are often grown locally and require less energy to transport. Overall, the seasonal availability of flowers is an important factor when choosing floral arrangements for the wedding. It is advisable to work with an experienced florist to ensure the floral arrangement is as expected and appropriate for the season and location of the wedding.

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