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Don’t miss out on incorporating these top 3 wedding flowers into your big day

Preparing for your wedding day takes a lot of attention to detail. Overall, you will be making a wide array of decisions that are all supposed to bring together a comforting and welcoming atmosphere to your wedding ceremony and reception.

Did you know that floral arrangements are actually the number one element of décor that brides and grooms choose to utilize today? It’s true! And why shouldn’t it be? Flowers are absolutely gorgeous.

As you plan your wedding flowers, keep in mind that there are many varieties, leaving you with a multitude of options! I Thee Wed has gathered details about the top 3 wedding flowers throughout the decades, so be sure to continue reading to gain some inspiration for your big day:

·         Roses of love. Seeing as roses are acclaimed to be such a popular flower, are you surprised that they are number one on the list of top wedding flowers? Probably not! Meaning love, the rose, especially the red rose, has sustained its role in first place and will probably always remain there.
o   With many seasons in a year, sometimes flowers are not always available in the months of which you choose to marry, however, roses are seasonally always a go-to flower with their constant availability. From the hot months of summer, to the cold chill of winter, you can count on roses to be there for you.
·         Enchanting Tulips. Who doesn’t love the sweet, simple and delicate tulip? Their versatility is surely a reason why they are number two on the list of top wedding flowers.
o   Offered in an array of colors, this lovely beauty can be easily incorporated into any wedding color palette and theme you have chosen for your big day.
o   The tall height and little bloom offers the ability to be included into tall or short arrangements, so no matter your vision, tulips can surely enhance it.

·         Bountiful Hydrangeas.
o   Serving as a great way to fulfill floral arrangements, hydrangeas certainly deserve a spot as a top choice for big day blooms! Their full heads and abundant blossoms make for a very elegant and classy look, the perfect way to bring luxury to any arrangement.
§  A great element of the hydrangea is that they can either be the center of attention, or a delicacy in the background allowing other flowers to shine. Their versatility offers a range of options, all of which will bring a look of class.

Here at I Thee Wed, we know wedding planning! Most importantly, we know how to incorporate your vision into every aspect of your big day, making sure it runs smoothly with you being the number one priority. Be sure to contact us today so we can begin planning your magical greater Cincinnati, Ohio area wedding, and also know that we work with great wedding professionals of all kinds who can assist in the creation of each element.

Photo credit for photos 1 and 2: Steve Lyons Photography
Photo credit for photo 3: 513 Photography


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