Have you ever wondered what your bouquet flowers mean? Sometimes these small but important details get lost in the traditions of ceremonies. But they are important to know, nonetheless. We came up with the most common bouquet flowers and their meanings, check it out!
These elegant flowers have come in fashion for wedding bouquets lately, especially in extravagant colors. Their deeper meaning is “magnificent beauty”. It only takes one look at these beautiful flowers to know why the name is very much appropriate. They are available in spring and summer.
The Dahlia flower symbolizes commitment and long-lasting love. They the perfect flower for a wedding. They are available in late summer and early fall, that’s when their season start. If you like a delicate and understated wedding decor but with a deep and true meaning, Dahlias are the way to go.
This field flower is so underrated we can’t actually believe it! Daisies mean “sharing feelings”, they would be perfect to spread around the altar as a perfect frame to the vows!
The Gardenia flower represents purity and joy: two things perfectly fit for a wedding! Let alone the fact that they smell absolutely divine.
Hydrangeas represent “heartfelt emotions.” They are very visually appealing due to their sheer size. They can be arranged with smaller flowers and create a beautiful and meaningful decor for your wedding.
Peonies are onw of the go-to flowers when it comes to weddings, and for good reason. They are absolutely stunning..and they mean love, happiness and ambition. Such a sweet feeling for your special day!
Tulip means love and passion, perfect for the most romantic day of your life. They can be found in a myriad of colors, but typically in pastel hues.
And last but not least, the most beloved wedding flower has the perfect meaning for this special ceremony: love, romance and beauty. They are surprisingly available all-year-round and they are not so expensive. Rose is the ultimate wedding flower for your bouquet!