Choosing wedding flowers that are in season can save you bunches – literally. That’s because in-season flowers are easier to source. Depending on your wedding destination, you may even get lucky with locally-grown blooms.
Nowadays, growers can fly in flowers from anywhere worldwide, but you’ll pay a premium for the service and transport. And why bother, when in-season flowers are just as lovely and cost a fraction of the price?
To help you get started planning your wedding day
florals, our Duvall team has put together this guide on what flowers are generally in season during certain months. Remember to check with your local florist about availability, pricing, and exact seasons for your floral wishlist.
Why Seasonal Flowers?
Seasonal flowers aren’t just affordable, they’re also the best choice for other reasons. To start, flowers in season will be at their peak beauty. That means brighter colors, stronger scents, and a fresh look even after sitting outside for hours.
Springtime means gardens turn into a palette of pastels. During spring, you can make the most of fresh, gorgeous blooms in a variety of colors and textures. For this reason, springtime weddings often charm with Charleston-native pinks, purples, and creams.
Also, if you’re worried about planning an eco-friendly wedding, in-season flowers are great for the environment. Locally sourced blooms mean less energy wasted in transport.
Bottom line: you can’t go wrong with seasonal flowers for your wedding any time of the year.