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Finding flowers in the summer month of July can be hard if you do not know various species of flowers in this season. Here are some best flowers in season for July wedding.
They’re bright, they’re cheerful, they’re golden. What are we on about? Sunflowers, of course! The classic flower we associate with all things summery and rustic. They’re perfect for a country, shabby-chic ceremony but can also be used for a more formal wedding when paired with greenery and other plants. Just be sure to set your wedding date between July and September when they are blooming at their peak! Here are some ideas to help you find the right sunflower wedding bouquet for your trip down the aisle.
If your wedding day is more of a formal affair and you’re a woman who likes to keep things simple, make a big entrance by pairing your sunflowers with different kinds of greenery. The contrast between the golden yellow petals and lush green leaves will be striking and look very upmarket.
If you’re a bride who loves jewel-tones like deep purple and eggplant, a pop of gold is a great addition to your existing bouquet. It adds some warmth to the bunch and also creates a stunning contrast against the purple, for a dramatic finish.
Brides who love a fresh and natural-looking bouquet, will fall in love with this option. Mix your sunflowers with white anemones, wildflowers, ranunculus and greenery for a “just-picked” feel. Simply wrap your stems in ribbon or hessian for a no-frills finish.
If you’re a bride who loves photography and all things vintage, this could be the perfect sunflower wedding bouquet for you! Mix some cream-toned roses and yellow roses into the bunch, along with desert roses and other stone-colored foliage to fool your guests into thinking they’re seeing part of your bouquet in greyscale.
If you’re not 100% sure you want
sunflowers to be the star of the show, simplely add them for a warm glow among
your colorful bouquet. They’ll look great alongside bright pink roses, cream
roses, your favorite purple flowers and baby’s breath.
If you’re a purple-lover and also fancy adding succulents to your bouquet, you CAN have it all! Mix sunflowers with yellow tulips, succulents and purple lisianthus. Tie with a deep purple bow to bring it all together.
If you’re a farm girl or planning on getting married in a country-setting like in a barn, your search ends here. A sunflower wedding bouquet with a difference is the answer. Add some large, white daisies, greenery and sprigs of wheat and wrap in twine for the ultimate rustic bouquet.
If your ceremony is taking place in a forest or wooded area, then this whimsical bouquet would fit right in. Golden sunflowers mixed with yellow ranunculus, green hanging amaranthus, succulents, purple veronica and lots of wildflowers will make the perfect blooming bouquet.
There are many brides out there who may want to incorporate sunflowers but want a more formal, classic bunch. Sound like you? Well, why not have your bridesmaids carry bright and cheerful sunflower bouquets, and you can carry a formal bouquet that is full of red gerbera, zinnia, catstail, red foxtail and berries!
Go old-school and classic, with a romantic cascading sunflower wedding bouquet. Add foxtails, craspedias and money plant creeper to your sunflowers for a magical bouquet straight out of a fairytale.
If you’re a bride who loves natural-looking flowers but want your bouquet to make a real statement as you walk down the aisle, then add some long pheasant feathers! They’ll look great paired with sunflowers, green spider mums, orange spray roses and craspedia.
A bright and colourful bouquet is always a welcome sight at a summer wedding. Create an eye-catching bunch by pairing sunflowers with hypericum berries, roses, scabies and veronica.
Sunflowers can look formal when paired with neutral flowers like white hydrangeas and thistle, as well as classic flowers like blue delphinium.
There is nothing better to brighten a room than bright, beautiful floral arrangements. If you want a rustic but jolly sunflower wedding bouquet, consider using hypericum berries, dahlias, billy balls and mixed greenery. Tie the stems with hessian or twine.
If you’ve set your heart on sunflowers before you’ve even decided on what colour scheme you’re going for, rest-assured they go with pretty much everything! Create a striking bouquet by pairing them with orange gerberas, daisies and mixed wild flowers.
If you want the classic, round bouquet, it can be done using sunflowers. Mix in some green wildflowers that can peek out between the sunny, yellow petals for contrast. Finish it off with a satin ribbon.
If you plan on getting married in a chapel, then adding some timeless baby’s breath and ivy to your sunflower wedding bouquet can look sophisticated and more conservative for a formal ceremony.
Many brides are looking to add a bit of drama to their wedding look, which can be easily achieved through the bouquet. Burgundy is a bold color that complements the golden petals well. Create yours using dahlias, dusty pink hydrangeas and leaves with touches of burgundy.
Keep your bouquet simple and classic by toning down the bright yellow flowers with neutral whites. Opt for white roses, daisies, white gerberas and baby’s breath for a beautiful, elegant bouquet you’ll be proud to carry down the aisle.