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The Right Flowers for Your Wedding Month

Using in-season flowers can help keep your budget in check. Alexa Morton, floral and design lead at Branching Out Events, tells you which blooms to use based on your wedding month.

January

In season flowers for weddings florals

Anemones
“This dainty bloom makes an impact with its dark center. Use it in your personal flowers to make a statement.”

February

In season flowers for weddings florals

Clooney ranunculus
“Substitute these plump, petal-filled showstoppers for peonies this time of year.”

March

In season flowers for weddings florals

Poppies
“Poppies are the perfect ‘living coral’ color. We recommend keeping these indoors as they are sensitive to heat.”

April

In season flowers for weddings florals

Blooming branches
“Add blooming branches to the top of your tall arrangements for dramatic height in venues with high ceilings.”

May

In season flowers for weddings florals

Peonies
“Showcase these lush blooms in your bouquets, on your bridal cake, or even in bud vases on your cocktail tables.”

June

In season flowers for weddings florals

Astilbe
“This linear bloom is best used in smaller arrangements and personal flowers for added texture.”

July

In season flowers for weddings florals

Calla Lily
“Use Calla Lilies en masse for a clean and modern aesthetic.”

August

In season flowers for weddings florals

Dahlia
“Ask for the ‘dinner plate’ variety for an oversized statement bloom.”

September

In season flowers for weddings florals

Hellebores
“Consider these delicate blooms in the perfect shade of mauve for your early fall wedding.”

October

In season flowers for weddings florals

PeeGee hydrangea
“Switch out your typical white hydrangea for this East Coast bloom to warm up your fall arrangements.”

November

In season flowers for weddings florals

Bittersweet berry
“Fresh or dried, they are the perfect pop of color for your fall palette.”

December

In season flowers for weddings florals

Amaryllis
“This classic holiday bloom gives you big bang for your buck.”

This article originally appeared in the Fall / Winter 2019 issue of D Weddings. Purchase yours online .

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