You Don’t Have to Have Peonies at Your Winter Wedding
Your wedding will be quite costly even without imported and off-season flowers – so, if you want to make sure you can use your budget wisely, you will definitely want to make sure you get the flowers you want, for the prices you want.
What happens when you have your heart set on peonies, but the cool season isn’t very generous for these flowers? We have some tips on how to replace them successfully – so read on and find out more.
- Double flowering tulips. Delicate and elegant, tulips have always been a great choice for a variety of brides. You can create your bouquet with tulips and greenery and it will look absolutely stunning. Plus, these tulips come in a pretty wide range of colors, so that they can suit yiur Big Day’s style and wedding colors.
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- English roses. Very, very similar to the classic roses we all know and love, English roses come in a very wide range of colors too – which makes them perfect for a virtually any wedding color scheme you may settle for. With their generous petals and their romantic vibe, these blooms can make you fall in love with them in an instant.
Make sure to hire a talented wedding florist too! Come check out the list Bride World has brought together and start working with your favorite florist!
- Lovely and beautiful, these are the ultimate fall wedding flowers. They too are just as generous as peonies, and they come in a pretty good range of colors as well. If you really want to have your peonies, you can still use chrysanthemums in combination with them – just enough to “bulk out” the bouquets and arrangements.
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