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Spring brides, rejoice! You are marrying at one of the most beautiful times of year, and soon, many popular wedding flowers will be in season. What does this mean for you? First, you’ll have easier and cheaper access to blooms, such as peonies, that would cost you a pretty penny in the off-season. And second, you can buy locally grown flowers, reducing your ecological footprint and supporting local businesses! Read on to discover 10 gorgeous floral varieties in season this spring.
This beautiful bloom is an all-time favorite for brides. It’s the perfect mix of softness and texture, and the pastel varieties complement so many wedding color palettes.
Classic and beautiful, you can never go wrong with a rose bouquet, boutonnière, or centerpiece.
3. Sweet Pea
This elegant purple climbing flower adds color and texture wherever it's featured. Gorgeous at a lilac-themed wedding or highlighted as an accent color, sweet peas are a spring star!
Fill your ceremony or reception with this sweet-smelling flower and invoke memories of childhood fun, first loves, and sunny afternoons.
Stylish like a peony but with a little more edge, these beauties pop when added to simple floral arrangements.
This blooming, full floral makes for a great standalone centerpiece — a great low-cost option!
Gorgeous at a rustic wedding or a colorful modern affair, tulips are a great choice for couples who want a streamlined look.
8. Calla Lily
Simple and sweet, calla lilies are beautiful wrapped in a soft, satin ribbon and held lovingly by a bride or bridesmaid.
9. Gerbera Daisy
For bold brides only, these colorful spring flowers are great at quirky and fun backyard-chic weddings.
One of the most elegant spring flowers, the magnolia is best carried alone down the aisle for maximum wow factor.
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