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A wedding is a common reason utilizing the variation of flowers. We often go to the florists like to understand which flower would be the best choice for this special day. Many florists suggest using purple colored flowers at the wedding because that is the most popular color used in a wedding. They also pair well with both pinks and blue.

Most Recognized Wedding Flower Types

According to the vote of many florists, the best flowers for a wedding are these...

  • Hydrangeas
  • Roses
  • Tulips
  • Mini calla lilies
  • Stock flowers
  • Phalaenopsis orchids
  • Spray roses
  • Dendrobium orchids
  • Freesia

Do you know what the best part is? These flowers are available in shades of purple and lavender.

Flower Pairings

All of these following flowers can be paired up with fillers, greenery plants, and other flowers or can be used individually. Here are some combinations which can make a perfect bouquet:

  • Roses, Hydrangeas, and mini calla lilies
  • Roses, Freesia, and Dendrobium orchids
  • Roses, mini calla lilies, and stock

By including geenerry or fillers in these combinations, you can create style and great texture. Some filler pairings add dusty miller, hypericum, seeded eucalyptus, aspidistra leaves, willow eucalyptus, heather, bulperium, silver gray brunia, bear grass, wax flower, succulents, and other kinds of leaves or plants.

If are going to plan for a special design, then use less combination. It will create a modern feel. For instance, you can add some foliage with Phalaenopsis orchids or add aspidistra leaves wrapped in with Tulips.

Flower Designs Best for Wedding Themes

Simple Wedding Flowers

If you want a homely feel on your wedding then you can use some seeded eucalyptus or willow, silver brunia, roses, dahlias, scabiosa, and some berries. Also, you can add burlap, twine, and lace.

Romantic Wedding Flowers

To give your wedding a romantic feel, you can add dusty miller, roses, hydrangeas, clematis, seeded eucalyptus, and spray roses. That will give you a very romantic appearance.

Garden Wedding Flowers

If you want to feel the Garden style then these flowers would be a perfect combination for your wedding: Ivy, Penny Cress, Herbs, Bulperium, Roses, Wax flower, Freesia, Lisianthus, and sweet peas.

Classic Wedding Flowers

To give a classic look, you can use these flowers: Old Brooches, Feathers, Roses, Pearls, Veronica, Mini Calla Lilies, Dusty Miller, and Lilacs.

Seasonal Wedding Flowers

There are some seasonal flowers that you can add in your bouquet. Here are some seasonal flowers that can increase the beauty of your flower bouquet:

  • Campanula
  • Ranunculus
  • Dianthus
  • Asters
  • Phlox
  • Iris

These seasonal flowers are very elegant, unique and cheap. You can pair up with some other main flowers in a bouquet and make a great design for your wedding. If you are planning your wedding in Quezon City, then there are many traditional and online flower shop in Quezon City where you can order your whole flower arrangements.

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