Flowers by Seasons Mini Guide


Many brides run into the problem of being absolutely in love with certain flowers yet, they are not season! If the wedding flowers you choose are out of season, you could be paying an arm and a leg! Although, it could potentially be heart breaking not having your favorite flowers in attendance at your wedding, it is better to be prepared and know which flowers will be in season during the month of your wedding. Here’s a quick guide to help brides in selecting some beautiful florals for their dream wedding!


March 1st – May 31st

Spring is mostly known as the season of new beginnings, and the most popular season couples choose to marry. Luckily this season offers endless options for brides to choose from! Most flowers found in this season are bright, cheerful and typically in the blue, purple and pink color spectrums.



June 1st – August 31st

Summers especially in the Sunshine State are spent at the beach, outside having Barbecues and enjoying the warm sunny days. The Summer season offers some of the best florals! Most flowers found in the Summer season have bright colors and heavy scents.



September 1st – November 30th

Fall season offers brides the selections of burnt oranges, rich reds, and deeper yellows. Most fall flower centerpieces and even bouquets will tend to also include decorations varying from branches, acorns, leafs to even fruits!



December 1st – February 28th

Winter weddings tend to be an all white affair with a hint of red! These weddings set an elegant and graceful atmosphere. Although, during the winter season the temperature drops, that does not necessary mean there are no flowers available. There are still plenty of flowers available that are exclusive to the winter season and other flowers that are available yearlong!



Although some flowers are found at certain times of the year, there are also several types of flowers that are not affected by the changing seasons! These flowers tend to be to most common flowers seen year round at weddings! Keep in mind the colors of the flowers may vary! It is definitely recommended to check with your local florist on color options. If you truly wish for a certain flower to be in a color not normally found, there are dyes florists could use. Just keep in mind that having flowers color dyed is time consuming therefore, adds a little more the cost. But anything is possible!

  • Baby’s Breath
  • Bachelor’s Button
  • Carnations
  • Eucalyptus
  • Heather
  • Hydrangea
  • Kale
  • Orchids
  • Roses
  • Tulips
  • Scabiosa


I hope this guide is able to help make your flower selection a bit easier and less stressful! Good Luck!


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