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What Do Wedding Flowers Symbolize?

Here are some of the most popular ones!

What Do Wedding Flowers Symbolize?

If you are like most couples about to get married, you want your wedding to be decorated with beautiful flowers. However, have you considered the symbolism behind some of the most popular wedding flowers?

If not, and if you are curious to learn more about this, do read on because we have gathered some tips for you.

Baby’s breath. Very popular (especially with casual, outdoor, garden, and rustic weddings), baby’s breaths are absolutely adorable – and the best part about them is that they are available year-round at very affordable prices. As you might have guessed on this one, this bloom symbolizes innocence – which is truly suitable for a wedding.

  • Lovely, feminine, and perfect for weddings in the cool season, dahlias look really amazing (and the wide range of colors they come in make them very versatile too!). However, not many people know that this classic wedding flower symbolizes commitment and love that lasts for a lifetime – it just couldn’t be more perfect for a wedding, right?
  • Another affordable wedding flowers, hydrangeas are great for those of you who want to create luxurious-looking arrangements even when your budget is on the tighter side. Even more, these flowers represent heartfelt feelings and understanding – two key elements for anyone’s future marriage.
  • Luxurious and more than versatile (they come in an astounding variety of colors), orchids are a symbol of beauty, love, and fertility – so they too make a really good addition to a wedding. Regardless of what color scheme or wedding theme you may want to follow, you can rest assured that you will be able to find orchids to suit you!
  • Probably one of the most romantic flowers of all time, roses bear with them different meanings, depending on their color. For instance, red roses represent passion, but white roses represent purity and innocence. Pink roses can be a symbol of femininity and fertility, whereas yellow roses used to be a symbol of jealousy in Victorian times, but they are now a symbol of friendship and joy.

 

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