Wedding Flowers

Fresh is best - if you want to be surrounded by your favourite flower on your wedding day, make sure your flower of choice is in season. If not and you simply won't settle for anything else - change the date!

Out of season flowers can really blow the wedding budget and may not stand the test of time or climate on the day.

Make sure your wedding florist prepares your wedding flowers to maximise their longevity. Just because your might feel like falling in a heap at the end of your wedding doesn't mean your flowers should.

Co-ordinating your gorgeous bouquets with the wedding attire is easy. Wrap the stems of the wedding bouquets in matching fabrics to your wedding dress and bridesmaids dresses.

If your bridesmaid dresses are being made ask the dressmaker to set aside some off cuts of the fabric. Enough for your wedding florist to wrap the stems of the bouquets.

Arrange to have the bridal bouquets, corsages and button holes to be delivered to you one and a half to two hours before you leave - this way they look their best as you walk down the aisle and it allows the wedding photographer to take some pre-wedding pics.

Leave the mechanics of tying the bridal bouquets up to the experts. They have the tools and the know how to create bridal bouquets that will last and avoid any nasty fabric catches or "stem stains" that may result if you try and do-it-yourself.

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Wedding Flowers In Season

While most of the popular wedding flowers are generally available all year round, field (or garden) flowers still have their seasons.


Agapanthus, Alstromeria, Antherium, Aster, Bird of Paradise, Bouvardia, Buddleia, Pixie Spray Carnation, Sim Carnation, Christmas Bells, Cornflowers, Dahlia, Delphinium, Frangipani, Freesia, Garden Roses, Gardenia, Gerbera, Ginger, Gladioli, Grevillea, Hangers, Heliconia, Holly, Hydrangea, Iris, Jasmine, Larkspur, Lavender, Leucadendron, Liatris, Lisianthus, Singapore Orchids, Pansy, Peony, Privet Berries, Proteas, Queen Anne's Lace, Designer Coloured Roses, Mini Roses, Solidaster, Stephanotis, Sunflowers, Sweet Pea, Tuberose, Zinnia, Belladonna Lily, Calla Lily, Gloriosa Lily, LA Lily, Oriental Lily, Pineapple Lilies, Tiger Lily, November Lily, Water Lilies.


Antherium, Alstomeria, Asters, Azalea, Baby's Breath, Bird of Paradise, Brunii, Sim Carnation, Pixie Carnation, Cosmos, Delphinium, Easter Daisy, Frangipani, Garden Roses, Gardenia, Gladioli, Hangers, Hydrangea, Iris, Jonquil, Lavender, Leucadendron, Lisianthus, Nerine, Poppies, Peniculata, Privet Berries, Proteas, Designer Coloured Roses, Stephanotis, Stock, Sweet Pea, Tropical Orchids, Tuberose, Tulips, LA Lily, Tiger Lily, November Lily, Violets, Water Lilies.


Anemone, Anthuriums, Bird of Paradise, Bixia, Blossom, Camellia, Sim Carnation, Pixie Carnation, Cyclamen, Daffodil, Dahlia, Daphne, Delphinium, Earlicheer, Erica, Freesia, Gerbera, Heliconia, Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Jasmine, Jonquil, Kale, Lilliums, Lisianthus, Australian Natives, Nerine, Phaly Orchid, Tropical Orchids, Cymbidium Orchids, Singapore Orchids, Poppy, Ranunculus, Rhododendron, Rosehip, imported Roses, Rosehip, Stock, Sweet Pea, Tropical Claws, Tulip, Violet, Wattle. Gymea Lily, LA Lily,Oriental Lily, Tiger Lily, November Lily


Alstromeria, Andromata, Anenome, Arum Lily, Azalea, Baby's Breath, Blossom, Blue Bells, Sim Carnation, Pixie Carnation, Calendula, Camellia, Cornflowers, Daffodil, Delphinium, Erica, Forget me not, Foxgloves, Freesia, Gardenia, Garden Roses, Godetia, Hyacinth, Iris, Jasmine, Lavender, Lilac, Love in the Mist, Misty Blue, Muscari, Australian Natives, Phaly Orchid, Tropical Orchids, Peony Rose, Poppy, Queen Annes Lace, Ranunculus, Rhododendron, Snapdragon, Stephanotis, Stock, Sweet Pea, Sweet William, Tulip, Wall Flower, Viburnum. Arum Lily, LA Lily, Lily of the Valley, November Lily, Oriental Lily, Tiger Lily

All Year Round

Alstroemeria, Anthurium, Asiatic Lilies, Daisy, Freesia, Gardenia, Gerbera, Gladioli, Glasshouse Roses, Iris, Lilium, Longiflorum, Lilies, Oriental Lilies, Phalaenopsis Orchid, Protea, Singapore Orchid, Snapdragon, Tulip

What will your wedding flowers contain? Before you decide, consider some of the following ...

Ivy means fidelity

Red roses mean passion

White roses mean purity

Quinces are for wedded happiness

Orchids mean rare beauty

Pansy means thinking of you

Parsley means festivity

Peppermint means warmth of feeling

Rosemary means remembrance

Sage-Garden means esteem

Sorrel means affection

Spearmint means warmth of sentiment

Stock means lasting beauty

Sweet Basil means good wishes

Sweet Peas mean lasting pleasure

Tulips mean eternal love

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