Gorgeous fall bouquet of Burgundy Black Dahlias, White Anemones, Protea, Seeded Eucalyptus, Green Upright Amaranthus, Blue Thistle & Amnesia Lavender Roses
Dramantic anemones and romantic roses are still among the most popular flowers for wedding bouquets, but it's safe to say that dahlias are far from a bloom you'd turn your nose up at. In fact, today's bride is even clamoring for the dahlia to become the focal point of her arrangement.
It's easy to understand why: This symmetrical flower makes a big impact and can be far less expensive than other popular wedding flowers. Why? The dahlias affordability is in large part due its comparatively long growing season. While these blooms grow abundantly for several months, others peak just during late spring, meaning you'll pay more to bring them into your big day bouquet.
While they're certainly practical, there's no denying that dahlias are incredibly beautiful, too. And, with dozens of common varieties grown, there's no shortage of options to pick from in order to find a look you love for your wedding day.
Burgundy Black Dahlia
Stunning with rich dark burgundy and chocolate hues intertwined on the petals. An eye-catching flower for any arrangement, these decorative globe-shaped flowers feature with dark burgundy petals, nearly black or dark chocolate in appearance.
Add a dramatic statement to your arrangements with White with Dark Centers Fresh Cut Anemones. Anemones have a classic circular shape. The petals are an ivory white hue, while the centers are crisp black; this creates dynamic color contrast that is ideal for vintage or modern arrangements.
Symbolism: Anemones come from the Greek word “anemos,” meaning wind. Anemones are commonly known as the Windflower.
An incredibly unique tropical flower that looks straight out of a storybook. This novelty flower is the largest in the protea family and features a huge fuzzy center that gently slopes upward to a soft point. Spiky petals surrounding the center give it a regal look; from the side it looks like a crown. Leathery green petals cradle the heavy head and a thick stem supports it. Novel and intriguing, the protea will look fabulous at a bridal shower or chic wedding. A member of one of the oldest families of flowers on earth, proteas date back 300 million years and, according to Greek legend, are named after the shape-shifting Proteus, son of Poseidon. Entirely magical, protea flowers symbolize transformation, diversity and courage. So magical and unique, how can you resist?
Seeded Eucalyptus is a very diverse green that is frequently used in weddings. With sturdy but easy to manipulate stems, it is a great choice for table arrangements, bouquets, personal flowers, garlands, and so much more. Seeded Eucalyptus will add texture and depth to your decoration and fits well with any theme you choose for your wedding.
Green Upright Amaranthus
Add natural volume to your arrangements with Green Upright Amaranthus Bulk Fall Greens. Each stem is long and curvaceous, featuring soft foliage that creates a fashionable ambiance, like moss elegantly growing on ancient marble houses. Amaranthus adds fantastic girth to arrangements.
A fresh blue flower, Thistle has a distinctive spiky snowflake-shaped bloom with a cone center. Each stem averages between 2 and 5 blooms. Varying from a grayish blue to royal purple blue, this unique flower is sure to make a memorable wedding bouquet, table centerpiece or flower arrangement.
Lavender Amnesia Rose
The Amnesia Rose has lavender colored blooms with a hint of pink giving it a sophisticated look. It has strong stems and healthy green foliage. Lavender symbolizes love at first sight and will elicit feelings of spirituality.
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