Wedding Flowers in Season: September

Posted on September 21 2016

Wedding Flowers in Season: September
Hey all you Garden of Eden fans out there!  Picking out wedding flowers can be a little tricky, especially when it comes to knowing what flowers are in season when.  Well, today, we hope to put some of those qualms to rest, as we have put together a short list of the wedding flowers that are in season for the rest of September and the early part of October.  So sit back, enjoy, and hopefully we can make your decision a little easier! Alstroemeria:  Also known as the Peruvian Lily, the alstroemeria hits its peak in the late summer to early fall, and will look great in any wedding arrangement you can think of.  Linked with various different meanings and symbols, the alstroemeria can be the perfect addition to your wedding.  For all the meanings of this flower, move on over to the "Happenings" tab and look for it in our weekly "Feature Flower Friday" feature! Iris:  The iris is yet another flower that is in peak during these late summer/early fall months, and this beautiful flower could be the centerpiece of your bouquet.  Just like the alstroemeria flower, it has multiple meanings and symbolisms attached, all resembling that of a bride.  For the complete list, check out our "Feature Flower Friday" article written on it! Anemone:  Anemone flowers are another beautiful wedding flower to add, and the Japanese variety hit their peak during this season.  Whether you plan to use this in your bouquet or your centerpieces, the anemone makes for a great option.  With a moderate price range and a great look, you simply cannot go wrong! Selecting the right flowers for your ceremony can be quite a tough job, but we are here to help make it easier.  Give us a call today to talk with our wedding floral specialist, and see how much we can do for you. Life may be hard, but the Garden of Eden Flower Shop makes it easier!

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