Wild wedding flowers – delicate, beautiful and sweet smelling! They can add a touch of elegance, decadence or color to a wedding depending on what you go for and the good thing is they come in different varieties. It is no wonder that you can find them in different forms in a wedding – within the bridal bouquet, as wall hangings, center pieces, path liners etc.
Now, with the numerous flower types available in the world, it is no surprise to find out that most couples find it difficult to settle on the ones to display on their wedding day. If you happen to be among these couples, then you are in the right place. Below, we have selected 3 of the best wedding blossoms t help you in your decision making.
The rose flower happens to be one of the most popular flowers on earth. It has long been attributed to be a symbol of love with Cupid himself using it to unite couples in mythology. We also have the poets and romance writers waxing lyrical on the beauty of this flower and the passion and emotion it represents especially of love through the years.
If you are looking for variety in color, the rose flower is far from a boring choice as you can get them in solid colors and varying shades. According to what we know, the rose has over 3000 species and we are yet to know the names of all of them. Another good thing to note is that roses in its different forms an be found all year round and they are not too expensive.
It is important to note that although roses are assumed to have beautiful fragrances, not all of them are scented. If you are looking for scented roses then your options are: spray roses, garden roses and hybrid tea roses.
Before we delve into tulips as a wild wedding flower option, first we would like to correct the assumption that it is a flower from the Netherlands. It is actually from Persia but over time, this knowledge has been lost. For more information on this, check out http://www.briarroseflowers.co.uk/
The meaning of the tulip flower is “love consuming” and “years of happiness”. From the meaning we can conclude that it is a befitting addition to the wedding. The tulip flower has a wide array of colors from peach, cream, white, yellow, purple and red. They an be found all most all year round and they also vary in prices from very affordable to expensive depending on the specie you go for.
Some of the popular varieties of tulips are the Parrot, French and Dutch.
#3 Calla Lily
The calla lily wild wedding flower has its roots in Africa. It is seen as a symbol of “outstanding beauty”. So, for a wedding that depicts the union of two souls in a beautiful manner, this is a great accompaniment to the bouquet or table settings. The flower comes in different hues of purple, pink, orange and yellow with cream ivory being the most popular color.