Wedding flowers can truly make a statement in so many forms. As you’re planning your wedding, you’ll get to choose the type, color, and style of blooms that will be utilized for centerpiece arrangements, bouquets, and sometimes even other décor elements such as arches, altars, or hanging installations. But with so many types of flowers out there, where is a couple to start?
While punchy hues and modern-style blooms certainly have their own time and place, more often than not, couples are tying romantic flowers into the mix for the perfect touch. What are the most romantic flowers? We consulted floral experts Shean Strong and Amanda Theodoropoulos to find out.
Meet the Expert
- Shean Strong is the owner and floral designer behind Shean Strong, a wedding planning and floral design company based in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Amanda Theodoropoulos is the co-owner of Twisted Willow Flowers, a mother-daughter team focused on garden-style wedding arrangements.
“Whether hand-selecting specific blooms for your wedding day or trusting your designer to bring a vision to fruition, we can all agree flowers are one of many important contributions in creating a beautiful wedding day,” says Strong. “Choosing romantic flowers for your day creates a level of sophistication and timelessness to the overall feeling. You will happily be able to look back 10, 20, 50 years from now and see the classic beauties still being used.”
Read on for 15 of the most romantic flowers, along with their special meanings.