Choosing flowers for your wedding can be a bit difficult. If you intend to add lots of personal touches to your wedding, then personalizing your flowers is not a bad idea either. However, this can only be possible if you know what flowers signify.
Flowers have been around for centuries though and they do have a language. The language of flowers was used initially during the Victorian era to express emotions and feelings when words failed. Today, most couples practice this romantic gesture which helps them choose flowers for their wedding.
If you intend to choose your wedding flowers with symbolism, then check out our post as we listed some of the popular wedding flowers and what they signify and contact Chappell’s Florist in Burlington to plan your wedding flowers.
Sunflowers are amazing and famous wedding flowers. They mean adoration and loyalty because the head of the sunflower tends to follow the sun throughout the day as it moves. Its bright color and symbolism make it perfect for a summer wedding.
This flower signifies wealth, truth, and abundance. Amazingly, this flower is quite cost-effective and can be used all year round.
Roses rank as the most popular and loved flowers. They symbolize love, beauty, and romance. However, roses have a wide range of colors and so each color signifies something different. Surprisingly, this flower is quite affordable and available all year round making it perfect for weddings in any season.
If you want to make a statement during your winter wedding, then a bright red rose is perfect. White roses, on the other hand, are perfect for your spring and summer weddings. No matter what, you can never go wrong choosing roses as part of your wedding flowers.
Baby's breath symbolizes innocence. They are not expensive and are available all year round.
Tulips are known for their sturdiness, simplicity, and are important in Danish culture. They have a unique shape that makes them stand out and are perfect for spring weddings. They do not have a wide range of colors but depending on the color, it can either mean love, abundance, and passion.
This is one flower that is highly underrated and misunderstood. Each color of this flower symbolizes something different. The White indicates talent, pink represents boldness, and red stands for love. They are not expensive and are available all year round.
If you ever have issues choosing what flowers to use at your wedding because you are not sure what they symbolize, you can always contact us at Chappell's Florist in Burlington and we will be willing to help.
Make Your Wedding Symbolic With the Right Wedding Flowers
Flowers have strong indications and understanding what they symbolize can help you a great deal while choosing what flowers will be suitable for your wedding. You can always contact Chappell’s Florist for the perfect wedding flowers for your special day!