When choosing your wedding flowers, it makes sense to choose seasonal blooms. Not only are you more likely to get the exact mix of flowers that you want and in the best condition, you can also find yourself saving money over blooms that have to be specially cultivated out-of-season.
So what sort of flowers should you be using in your bouquets, corsages, and table arrangements when getting married in Cyprus? It depends on when you’re getting married of course, but here is a useful guide.
January, February, and March
Pastel shades of pinks and purples make a good choice at the start of the year, with apple blossoms, cherry blossoms, lilacs, peonies and sweet pea flowers all in season.
April, May, and June
As spring turns to summer, it’s time to experiment with yellows, oranges and reds. Cypriot flowers available in this season include delphiniums, geraniums, honeysuckle, zinnias and orange blossoms.
July, August, and September
Many classic blooms are available across summer and autumn, including carnations, chrysanthemums, dahlias, fuschias and roses. For something different consider the purple and yellow flowers of the bittersweet.
October, November, and December
Whites and blues are the colours of choice for a winter wedding, which seems only appropriate. White daffodils, carnations, orchids and star-of-Bethlehem flowers form a delicate backdrop for the vibrant blues of bachelor buttons.
A flower for all seasons
When getting married in Cyprus, one flower you should certainly consider is the cyclamen cyprium. This small, delicate plant flowers naturally between autumn and winter, but is cultivated the year round on the island. Its petals are usually white, but sometimes tinged with a delicate purple, making them a beautiful addition to any arrangement, providing a genuine touch of Cypriot flora.
At Weddings by Lordos we offer a range of wedding packages to suit every requirement. Depending on the one you choose, we include table arrangements, bouquets and corsages featuring the beautiful seasonal flowers of Cyprus. For more information, get in touch with Weddings by Lordos today.