Choosing flowers that are locally grown and in season will guarantee you the best quality and lowest price tag for your wedding day. Here in Utah we are lucky to experience all four seasons and surprisingly there are plenty of varieties to choose from all year long.
Best Spring Blooms
Spring is all about new beginnings so what better time to get married. Spring brides usually have the best options of blooms in season. Spring months include March April and May. Spring flowers are evoke bright and cheerful colors. Most spring flowers are known for their sweet, light, and lovely fragrance so are perfect for corsages and bridal bouquets. Flowers in bloom for spring include the peony, tulip, lily of the valley, garden rose, hyacinth, stock, freesia, sweet peas, and many more.
Best Summer Blooms
Summer weddings are romantic and carefree. They are defined by sunny skies, clear skies, and invigorating scents. The summer months include June, which is the most popular month to get married, July and August and are all perfect for out door weddings. Summer time is a time for over grown bright greens, buttery yellows, and electrifying purples. In season blooms for summer include the phalaenopsis orchid, freesia, poppy, rose, hydrangeas, snapdragon, and much more.
Best Fall Blooms
Summer has come to an end, rich reds, deep browns, fiery oranges and yellows are taking over. Autumn foliage and decor such as branches, oak leaves, acorns, crab apples mixed with season flowers are the centerpieces of fall wedding floral. In bloom flowers for fall include, dahlia, cock's comb, yarrow, rose, golden rayed lily, dried greenery, figs, and more.
Best Winter Blooms
Brides getting married often worry about the floral options, but there is nothing to worry about because there are tons of lovely and festive options available. Winter floral is all about deep reds, rich greens, and antique whites. These three colors can be accented with gold, silver and even hues of blush. Winter wedding colors and floral are glamorous, delicate, and classic. Winter floral blooms include the amaryllis, carnation, star of Bethlehem, gardenia, poinsettia, lambs ear, pine cones, and so much more.