As winter makes way for spring, March offers a fantastic backdrop for any event.  As nature awakes, couples planning their nuptials during this blossoming season have a delightful array of flowers to choose from dainty offerings to blooms that pack a punch with both colour and scent.  Each flower carries with it its unique symbolism many of which are pertinent to the joining of hearts.  Let’s explore some options!

  1. Hyacinth: Fragrant Bells March weddings can be enriched with the sweet and intoxicating aroma of Hyacinth. With its clustered, bell-shaped blooms, Hyacinth adds a touch of elegance and a burst of colour to any arrangement. Whilst they may not be big in stature they definitely deliver in terms of colour and scent. The flower symbolizes sincerity and represents playful joy, making it an ideal choice for celebrating love in its purest form.
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  1. Narcissi: A Promise of New Beginnings Known as the harbinger of spring, Daffodils embody the spirit of renewal and the promise of new beginnings.  Whether you choose the classic yellow or a more dainty multi-headed Paperwhite, these cheerful flowers can bring a sense of optimism and happiness to a March wedding.  They are a great cost-effective way of bringing a touch of sunshine to your big day.  Be warned though, the smell can be a little overwhelming when used en masse!
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  1. Sweet Peas: A Popular Favourite Amongst Gardeners Symbolizing blissful pleasure, Sweet Peas are delicate and fragrant blooms that add a soft, romantic touch to wedding arrangements. With a variety of colours available, including pastels and vibrant hues, Sweet Peas offer versatility in creating stunning bridal bouquets and decor. Their dainty appearance perfectly complements the March atmosphere.
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  1. Lily of the Valley: Elegance in Simplicity For couples seeking a flower that exudes elegance and simplicity, Lily of the Valley is an excellent choice. Its tiny, bell-shaped flowers and sweet fragrance make it a classic addition to bridal bouquets. Representing purity and humility, this flower adds a timeless and sophisticated element to March weddings. If you’re crazy for this little bloom, make sure you have the budget to match – Lily of the Valley is extremely expensive!
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  1. Forget-Me-Nots: Everlasting Love True to their name, Forget-Me-Nots symbolize true and everlasting love. These tiny blue flowers can be incorporated into boutonnieres, centrepieces, or even as a subtle addition to the bridal bouquet. The symbolism behind Forget-Me-Nots adds a heartfelt touch to the wedding, reminding couples of the enduring nature of their commitment.
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  1. Syringa (Lilac): A Symbol of First Love Embodying the fragrance of nostalgia and first love, Syringa, commonly known as Lilac, offers a romantic and enchanting presence. The varying shades of lilac and purple contribute to a dreamy and whimsical atmosphere, making it a perfect choice for March weddings seeking a touch of vintage charm.
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Spring Wedding Bouquets

  • Whimsical Wedding Style If you’re after a whimsical, vintage feel to your wedding choose a loose, eclectic bouquet filled with a plethora of lilac, roses, forget-me-not, waxflower, antique style dianthus, alliums and stocks. The addition of trailing ribbons and soft greenery will create a romantic, nostalgic vibe for all your guests to enjoy.
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  • Dainty Delights If you want to follow this year’s trend of small dainty bouquets then choose an exquisite pastel mix of lily of the valley, ranunculi and sweet peas – small but perfectly formed for an understated elegant, high-end look.
Kate Middleton’s Bridal Bouquet – 1
  • Bold and Fragrant If a bold, playful vibe is more your thing then go for a mix of the Spring classics.  Choosing what grows together is a failsafe option for creating harmony and a natural feel. Daffodils, hyacinth, tulips, Iris and pussy willow are the perfect choice for joyful colour and fresh scent.  Team them with limey greens and you’ll get a wonderfully fragrant and seasonal vibe.
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As March unfolds its blossoms, the choices for wedding flowers are as diverse and vibrant as the season itself. By incorporating Hyacinth, Daffodils, Sweet Peas, Lily of the Valley, Forget-Me-Nots, and Syringa into your floral arrangements, you can create a wedding celebration that captures the essence of spring and the beauty of love in full bloom. Let the floral symphony of March set the stage for a magical and unforgettable union.

If you’d like to talk about designs, styles and flower choices for your big day feel free to book a Zoom consultation with me using the link below.  There’s no hard sell just a friendly chat to see if our styles and ideas align.https://calendly.com/pollysgarden/wedding-flowers-consultation