Summer is just around the corner and you know what that means. It’s officially wedding season! As you finish your wedding preparations, you may want to consider sticking to seasonal trends. For floral bouquets, think bold and bright. Floral arrangements are one of the easiest ways to incorporate fun bursts of color and celebrate the onset of summer. Now, we all know roses, tulips and peonies tend to be the traditional, classic wedding flowers. But, this time, we’re suggesting some alternative bouquets for the summer season. They may be a little out of the ordinary, but they’re just as beautiful and will help make your special day all the more special and original. Mix and match any number of colors and flowers to find your perfect match.
Check out these suggestions for alternative summer wedding bouquets below and let us know what you think:
Sunflowers are the ultimate symbol of summertime bliss. Nothing says summer better than a sunflower. Their unmistakable yellow color add a touch of rustic whimsy.
Daisies may not seem like the go-to wedding bouquet flower, but think again. gerber daisies are fresh and flirty, and come in all kinds of colors. They’re sure to add a perfect summer vibe to your big day.
When you think wedding bouquet, lavender probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But we’re asking you to trust us on this one. Lavender flourishes in the summer seasons, has a beautiful color and smells delicious–perfect for a charming, rustic setting. It’s a win-win-win.
The best part about all the alternative summer wedding bouquets? They’re all going to cost you less than the more traditional bouquets with peonies, roses, or tulips. Amazing! So why not take advantage of this summery harvest of flowers and incorporate it into your upcoming summer wedding? Let us know your favorite pick in the comments!
About Kaitlin: Kaitlin is a senior English major at Loyola Marymount University. She enjoys traveling the world, binge watching episodes of the Real Housewives of Orange County and singing at the top of her lungs during road trips. She recently returned from a semester abroad in London, and hopes to move their someday after graduation.