Choosing flowers for your wedding is exciting; there are so many amazing and wonderful options for you! All those options, however, can be a bit overwhelming. The team at Shelley's Flowers is always ready to help you make your floral decisions. One way to focus your choices is to include seasonal flowers.
With spring approaching (yay!), think of including:
Daffodils and baby’s breath make a beautiful spring wedding halo.
A charming spring wedding bridal bouquet.
Summer offers lots of choices, of course, and your options can include such beauties as:
This is a colorful, seasonal bridal bouquet uses natural garden flowers, offering a just-picked look with Queen Anne’s Lace, black-eyed Susans, and sunflowers.
A lovely, misty summer wedding at Marshall Point. This beautiful bouquet has peonies, hydrangeas, and dusty miller.
Fall brings many possibilities as well, and you can add:
to your wedding flowers.
A fall floral bouquet of sunflowers, button poms, yellow garden roses, billy balls, ranunculus, and some succulents.
The centerpiece on the bride and groom’s table is composed of dahlias, hydrangeas, gunna eucalyptus. This beautiful wedding was held at a private waterfront estate in Nobleboro, Maine.
Many winter wedding couples choose to add reds and greens for seasonal touches, but winter white is always a classic. Some options include:
Christmas red and green–and plaid–made this New Year’s wedding at Stonecrest in Waldo, Maine, extra festive! This couple featured local Maine greens, pine cones, and red roses with touches of white.
This lovely bride chose winter white for her wedding, and braved the wintry temperatures to take some outdoor photos at the Samoset Resort (samosetresort.com) in Rockport, Maine. She chose white roses and Maine-grown holiday greens.