What flowers should you not have at a wedding?
A common mistake many brides-to-be make is choosing only one color for the flowers in the belief that they must match the dress, and also choosing overly scented flowers that overwhelm attendees at the dinner table. Whether you opt for roses, carnations, tulips or dahlias, make sure to get a variety of colors. This adds depth and character and contributes to the positive feel of the ceremony.
Keep in mind that in-season flowers are not only more affordable, but more practical as well as they are heartier and will last longer. While carnations and lillies are available year round, daisies and cosmos - which are in-season from mid-summer to fall - should be avoided in the winter and spring. Similarily, daffodils - in-season from November to April - should not be chosen in late summer to early fall.
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