Wildflowers have functioned lately as wedding flowers of choice for many couples. They look simple yet unique and elegant while adding just the littlest “relaxing” element to the wedding event. A step back from formal bouquets, a bunch of wildflowers arrives with vivid colors to the celebration, accentuating the bride’s gown and the bridal party’s attire.
The more natural look of a wildflower bouquet offers the wedding a comfortable feel while providing lively colors and an exclusive mix of flowers. There are many popular types of wildflowers that you can choose such as poppies, cornflowers, Queen Anne’s lace, butterfly weed, tall iron-weed, thimble-weed, Canada lily, Carolina spring beauty, New England Aster, everlasting pea, Indian blanket, tall bell-flower, Turk’s cap lily, European Columbine and true forget-me-not, just to name a few. So, why don’t you try to use wildflower for you bouquet?
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