When choosing your wedding date, there are many things you need to take into account. If you are one of those brides that has had your heart set on your wedding since you were a little girl, and that includes having your heart set in a certain kind of flower. Please make sure that you plan accordingly on the availability of your flowers. On the other hand, if you are that kind of bride that likes to take things as they come and are flexible, you will be fine with whichever flowers the season might bring during your wedding date.
Also, when choosing a wedding date, considering the season the colors for your wedding plays a huge part. If you have always dreamed of a purple, pink or pastel wedding, then you might want to choose any day in Spring. But if you are drawn into bright and strong colors, Summer will be best. For browns and earthy colors, the Fall season will provide you with the perfect floral colors. For deep reds, blues, whites and silvers chose Winter, it will complement your event.
As for colors, wedding flowers will complement your wedding dcor in an extreme manner. To continue, I will provide you with a couple of ideas and mixtures for your centerpieces according to your wedding and there season that you chose.
For Summer inspired floral centerpieces, who says that fruits and flowers dont mix well for a wedding flower centerpiece? Square vases, oranges cut in half to decorate the bottom of the vase, orange roses, gerberas and dahlias mixed with some green fillers will give you fresh, beautiful and summery centerpieces.
Personally, I love using tall centerpieces which add drama and presence and are used for many Winter weddings which create a magical and romantic theme ever. Tall crystal bases filled with white garden roses, even blue roses, white lilies, or calla lilies and hydrangeas complemented by branches. And why not use some crystals and hanging pearls in your floral vase arrangements?
Floating flowers accompanied by candles and petals are the perfect centerpieces for Spring weddings. The romanticism that this season portrays is especially unique. Chose low vases that will hold a little amount of water. Peony flowers, roses, or gardenias will do perfectly for beautiful floating flowers. Chose to either insert floating candles in the vase or spread them around the table. Do the same with fresh rose petals.
For fall weddings, bi-color yellow and orange roses are one of my favorite choices for wedding flowers which complement any event perfectly. You also might want to add original and exotic chocolate cosmos kissing balls or round floral arrangements will which look beautiful for these kinds of weddings.