Wedding Flowers: 4 Gorgeous Bouquets for Your Vow Renewal
There are so many gorgeous flowers available to choose from that we understand oh too well how hard it is to decide for your wedding or your vow renewal bouquet. Unfortunately, you cannot have them all!
We highly recommend choosing flowers that are in season in the place you live and sourced locally. It’ll make everything easier. Especially, if you are planning to have floral decorations at your reception. It’s always a good idea to match them to your bouquet.
May the flowers for each season provide that vision for your wedding colors and bouquets.
When thinking about spring in our part of the world, tulips, daffodils, heather, lilac, lily of the valley, sweet pea, magnolia and anemones come immediately to mind.
For summer we suggest flowers such as roses, foxglove, daisies, sea lavender and peonies. Especially peonies! Depending on where in the world you are based opt for sunflowers. Have you ever considered adding them to your bouquet?
If you are planning an autumn ceremony, we highly recommend flowers such as clematis, dahlia, butterfly weed, and hydrangea. Their beauty speaks for themself!
For Mid-October wedding, Poppy Floral Co., Southington, Ct. looks forward to your for Autumn wedding day bridal flowers.
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Planning a winter wedding? No need to worry! There is an abundance of stunningly beautiful winter foliage, berries and branches waiting for you to choose from besides a variety of different roses. Some of our favorites are holly and berried eucalyptus. Dried poppy seed heads shouldn’t be missed either!
We hope we could give you some ideas for your bouquet. The best would be to pop into your local florist and have a chat with them about what they suggest.
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Rabbi Andrea Frank, Jewish Wedding Rabbi in New York is so thrilled to work with you!. She is your renewal of vows and wedding officiant for all couples! If you are based in the Tri-state area, Rabbi Andrea Frank would be delighted to hear more about what you envision for your special day! Please get in touch with her directly through the contact form on this website.
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