Flowers play an important role in your wedding as it is the most noticeable thing in the event and catches the eye at first glance. It can make your event beautiful if you choose according to your wedding theme. Choosing the perfect combination of flowers for your big day can be a bit overwhelming. It takes a lot of time, thought and patience to pick out the perfect flowers for your day and you also have to stay within your budget. We have discussed some of our favorite ones below in detail.
Roses are the most common flower for so many different occasions and one of them is a wedding. People love to have roses for their wedding decoration from so many years. There are hundred of species of roses and few common ones are garden roses and common roses. Garden roses have these beautiful ruffled petals which make a gorgeous bloom. Comes in so many different sizes and colors. Garden roses are comparatively bigger in size than other roses.
Peonies are possibly the most famous ones for the wedding due to their beautiful bloom and pastel colors. and the bride's favorite flower of them all, and if you have seen one you know why. Its gorgeous ruffled petals making a big and fluffy bloom and it comes in a variety of shades of pink, white and yellow. For you wedding centerpieces, these blooms can be mixed with some other seasonal flowers to also stay in a budget because peonies can be quite pricey.
Hydrangeas are the forever fav kind of flowers. They can be used in any theme whether it is a vintage style or modern reception, these lush and beautiful blooms make great centerpieces or even a bouquet for a bride to hold. The best you can do is mix some white peonies with white hydrangeas to make a perfect bouquet for a bride.
Chrysanthemum, also known as mums, are the wonderful flowers for fall weddings, it is also the flower for the month of november, you can check out the birth month flowers here. For wedding decorations, centerpieces, cakes or bouquets everything looks ravishing if you add these flowers to them. For bouquets and centerpieces adding a ruby chrysanthemum with some blush pink garden roses looks breathtaking.
Following are some other flowers that are most common for weddings
Flowers For My Girlfriend- Are you looking for a way to express your love? Are you looking to surprise your girlfriend?... Or maybe you're looking for the right gift for your girlfriend?
If you're looking for a way to show her how much she means to you and are thinking about sending her flowers, then we can help! We'll give you some suggestions on what flowers to send, when it's best to send them, and where to shop. After all there's more than one florist out there!
When it comes to romance, guys don’t seem to get it quite right. They might think that the most important part of a gift is the price tag, but girls are more interested in the thought and effort behind it. We'll help put together the perfect gift for your girl, and how you can make her feel like a princess.
When you’re picking out flowers for your girlfriend, it really is all about the thought behind them. She will love that you took the time to pick out something just for her, so don’t go with something you just bought at the store. Think about what makes her happy. If she loves pink, then go ahead and get her some pink flowers.
Here are some of our Dainty delicate flowers for your Girlfriend
- Benchmark Bouquets 20 stem Rainbow Mini Carnations, With Vase (Fresh Cut Flowers): Our long-lasting Rainbow Mini Carnation bunch is the perfect choice to send a simple, yet long-lasting, bundle of cheerful blooms. This bold bunch of fresh flowers will brighten up any room and is sure to satisfy for days to come. This elegant flower is a perfect fit for your girl.
- Benchmark Bouquets 12 Stem Assorted Asiatic Lilies, With Vase (Fresh Cut Flowers): Send this beautiful assorted lily bouquet to girl and a burst of colors will bloom before her eyes. Shipped in bud form, these vibrant blooms are guaranteed to stay fresh for at least seven days!
Hopefully, these suggestions will help make your shopping experience easy and stress free. We know how difficult it is to find the right gift at the last minute. So happy shopping and don't forget to let us know how everything turns out!
By Emma Reeds
It is impossible to mistake roses, with their velvet petals infinitely curled against each other in hypnotizing symmetry, and their stems full of thorns, ready to protect their delicate flowers by pricking any prying fingers.
The British adopted the rose as their national flower, after a civil war lasting three decades, ended with a decisive victory on the battlefield, and the union by the marriage of the two families that had long been rivals. It is not surprising that over its long history, the rose has come to symbolize love, beauty, and courage.
What are the different kinds of roses?
There are over 300 roses, and over 10,000, that is, varieties are grown for specific desirable traits. Broadly they can be classified into three categories:
- Old Garden Roses: Sometimes referred to as “antique” or “historic” roses for having been around before 1867. Old garden roses bloom only once with intense fragrance. They know for being resistant to pests and adverse weather.
- Wild Rose: As their name suggests, these roses have undergone little hybridization or cross-breeding. They can easily be identifie by their five-petaled flowers that are usually pink.
- Modern Garden Roses: These kinds of roses bloom more often, some even continuously during the summer months, and they usually have larger flowers. The only downside is that their scent isn’t as strong, and they are more vulnerable to diseases.
What are the best conditions to grow roses?
Roses have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but that's not always the case. The Modern Garden Rose varieties have been bred to facilitate their cultivation, but it's still a good idea to plant them in their ideal conditions.
Replanting the dormant rose shrub is the most common way of getting them into your garden. Give them a good 2 - 4 ft of space between plants if you’re considering having more than one. They should ideally plant early spring in slightly acidic, fertile, and well-drained soil. Rose need at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. If that's not possible, make sure they at least get the first rays of the morning - these will evaporate the dawn dew and protect them from any nasty fungal diseases.
When they bloom in the summer, they can do so in just about any kind of color:
Why are rose grown?
The beautiful, scented foliage of roses makes them a must-have in any garden, but the flower is a lot more versatile than it seems. After the rose flowers have been pollinated, they slowly start to ripen into rose hips, which are eaten raw in many countries for their high vitamin-C content. In the Middle East, rose water and oil frequently use as an ingredient in several desserts;
and let's not forget that many perfumes and candles use it too.
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