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When Is Your Wedding? Here’s Your Guide to Seasonal Flowers

In which month are you getting married? We here at Master Plan Events ask because when it comes to all of the blossoms at your nuptials, we can match every gorgeous petal to winter, spring, summer or fall. But know that you’re never limited to specific flowers! Some varieties span more than one season, and Master Plan Events carries a diverse selection of flowering plants throughout the year.

No matter the month of the year or the type of event you’re planning, always count on Master Plan Events for the most beautiful and assorted selection in all of the Texas.

Here’s a primer on some popular varieties and their peak periods.

Spring: It’s no surprise that this is the ultimate season for flowers such as zinnias, sweet peas, amaryllis, dahlias, pussy willows, roses, tulips, daffodils, lilacs, cherry blossoms, daisies, violets, orchids and the first blossoms of lilies.

Summer: These flowers characteristically include freesias, irises, gingers, chrysanthemums, azaleas, gardenias, sunflowers, hydrangeas, snapdragons, asters, gladioli, cosmos and zinnias.

Fall: Bloom cycles begin to slow this time of year, but your options can most certainly incorporate Queen Anne’s Lace, alstroemeria, anthurium, carnations, marigolds, bouvardia and liatrus.

Winter: Santa Claus and Old Man Winter overshadow decorative flowers (except for poinsettia plants) and festive decorations in general. Nonetheless, popular winter flowers are the Star of Bethlehem, chrysanthemums, amaryllis, carnations and roses.

So now that you have an overall knowledge regarding which flowers will go well with the month of your wedding, tell Master Plan Events all about your plans so the Conroe Wedding Event planner can supply your ceremony and reception with a stunning bridal bouquet, scent-sational bridesmaids bunches, groomsmen boutonnieres and any other nature of floral accoutrement.

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