Types Of Wedding Flowers

Air Plant

Belonging to the genus Tillandsia, air plants grow naturally without soil while attached to other plants. There are more than 650 species of air plants...

Allium

Known for its culinary and medicinal characteristics, the allium flower is also a popular genus in the floral industry. The allium species is commonly known...

Amaranthus

The amaranthus flower, also commonly known as cat’s tail or velvet flower, is marked by its cascading, rope-like shape. Native to South America, the flower’s...

Amaryllis

As a monotypic genus, the amaryllis species symbolizes pride, determination, and radiant beauty. Native to South Central America and the Caribbean, the amaryllis is identified...

Anemone

Growing wildly in many European countries, North America and Japan, the anemone genus contains 120 species. The anemone flower represents anticipation and expectation for the...

Anthurium

Also known as the painted tongue, flamingo flower, boy flower and painter’s palette, the anthurium is distinguished by its heart shape and bright red color....

Artemesia

The artemisia is a green, aromatic plant known for its culinary and medicinal properties. Native to Europe, the genus is named after the Greek Goddess...

Astilbe

Native to areas of China and Japan, the astilbe is marked by its feathery and delicate appearance. The flower was introduced to the United States...

Astrantia

Native to central and Eastern Europe, astrantia is a species of flowering plant more commonly known as great masterwort. It is distinguished by a blossom...

Baby's Breath (Gypsophila)

More commonly known as baby’s breath, gyspophilia is native to the United States and Canada.  The flower is recognized as a cluster of delicate white...

Black Eyed Susan

Originating in North America, the black eyed Susan is commonly known as “America’s favorite wildflower.” With its thin bright yellow petals and dark brown core,...

Cabbage Rose

This flower’s name comes from the manner in which the petal arrangement resembles the leaves of a cabhage. Similar to the garden rose, the cabbage...

Calla Lily

Calla lilies represent beauty, and that is exactly what their name means in Greek. Native to South Africa, the calla lily is recognized by its...

Carnation

Carnations are one of the most popular and versatile flowers thanks to their large variety of colors ranging from pastel and neutral to ruby and...

Casablanca Lily

Belonging to the lily family, the Casablanca lily is distinguished by it pure white color and desirable fragrance. It has a trumpet shape silhouette with...

Cherry Blossom Branches

A native flower to Japan, the cherry blossom is a symbol of the spring, a time of renewal. Because their bloom period is very short,...

Chrysanthemum

Originating in China, the chrysanthemum is a unique species that blooms in a variety of shapes including the pompon, daisy-like, and button. Symbolizing optimism and...

Cornflower

Native to Europe, the cornflower symbolizes tenderness, fidelity, and reliability. In folklore, cornflowers were worn by young men who were in love. If the flower...

Cosmos

Native to Mexico, cosmos are grown in a variety of shades including red, pink, orange, white and yellow. One specific species is the cosmos artrosanguineus,...

Crab Apple Branches

The flowers that grow on crab apple trees are regarded for their beautiful colors ranging from white to coral, pink, and red. It’s no wonder...

Craspedia

Originated in Australia and New Zealand, the craspedia is a wild flower commonly known as “drumstick” or “billy button” thanks to its shape. The bloom’s...

Crème de la Crème Rose

Aptly named, the crème de la crème rose is lush, cream colored flower that gives off a sweet fragrance. It is one of the newest...

Curly Willow

Curly willow branches have become a very popular decorative element in wedding design and styling as of late. The branches grow 3 to 4 feet...

Cymbidium Orchid

Cymbidiums are one of the most popular in the orchid kingdom, favored for their beauty and versatility. Grown in an assortment of colors except blue,...

Daffodil

The daffodil is a flower rich with meaning that is treasured by all parts of the world. With the botanic name of narcissus, the flower...

Dahlia

Native to Mexico, dahlias are members of the composite family and are regarded for their multi-layered petals and vibrant colors. In addition to a unique...

Dahlia - Dinnerplate

Native to Mexico, dahlias are members of the composite family and are regarded for their multi-layered petals and vibrant colors. In addition to a unique...

Delphinium

Native to the Northern Hemisphere, the delphinium flower belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and is commonly referred to as larkspur. The name derives from “delphis,”...

Dendrobium Orchid

Representing beauty and refinement, the dendrobium orchid is native to South East Asia and found in many countries including Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan. The blossom’s...

Dogwood Branches

The dogwood tree is distinguished by its intertwined branches with flowers blooming in soft shades of white and pink. The dogwood flower bears important religious...

Dusty Miller

Symbolizing delicateness and happiness, the dusty miller plant is a unique greenery that accents wedding work beautifully. Displaying a silvery grey tone, the plant’s lacy...

Dutch Hydrangea

Dutch hydrangea is a beloved flower that blooms in a mix of colors including white, green, varying shades of pink, blue, and purple. These full...

Fiddlehead Fern

Discovered in fossils dating before dinosaurs and flowering plants, ferns are an ancient species of the botanical world. The name “fiddlehead” comes from the fact...

Freesia

Native to the eastern side of southern Africa, freesia is a fragrant funnel-shaped flower that blooms in various colors including red, yellow, purple, and pink....

French Tulip

Compared to standard tulips, the French tulip has a longer stem, larger blossom, and good vase life. The bulbs were produced in the Netherlands to...

Garden Rose - Juliet

Belonging to the garden rose family, the Juliet rose was created and developed by famed Rose breeder David Austin, and took over 15 years to...

Garden Rose - Patience

Regarded as one of the most romantic blooms, the garden rose is marked by its lovely scent and layer upon layer of ruffled petals that...

Gardenia

Legendary singer Billie Holiday helped make the gardenia popular by wearing the bloom in her during performances. Native to the subtropics of the Africa and...

Gerbera Daisy

Originating in South Africa, the gerbera daisy blooms in a vibrant spectrum of colors from bright whites and sunny yellows to peachy corals and deep...

Gladiolous

Native to Asia, Mediterranean, South Africa, and tropical Africa, the flower is named for the Latin word “gladius,” which means sword and refers to the...

Gladiolous

Native to Asia, Mediterranean, South Africa, and tropical Africa, the flower is named for the Latin word “gladius,” which means sword and refers to the...

Gloriosa Lily

The gloriosa lily is a tropical flower native to Zimbabwe. The name gloriosa comes from the phrase “full of glory” and references the flower’s prominent...

Heather

Heather is known for its shades of purple and mauve, but also grows in white and red. Part of the evergreen family, it is categorized...

Hyacinth

Native to parts of Iran and Turkmenistan next to the Caspian Sea, the hyacinth is distinguished by its fragrant star-shaped florets that grow in clusters....

Hydrangea

The hydrangea blooms in an array of beautiful shades ranging from white and soft pink to vibrant blue and purple. The flower’s name is derived...

Hypericum Berries

Originally known as a medical plant, hypericum berries have been welcomed into the floral world. Native to Eurasia, the plant is also known as “tutsan,”...

Icelandic Poppy

Icelandic poppies are native to subpolar regions of Europe, Asia, and North America, and the mountains of (Central Asia). Able to grow in cooler weather...

Iris

Commonly grown in shades of purple, the iris flower is often associated with royalty, faith and wisdom. In mythology, the flower is associated with the...

Israeli Ruscus

The Israeli ruscus is part of the ruscus family, originating in the Western and Southern countries of Europe along with the Middle East. The Israeli...

Italian Ruscus

Native to the Western and Southern areas of Europe, the Italian ruscus family is a popular evergreen shrub that branches long leafy stems. Offering a...

Jasmine Vine

Native to Papau New Guinea’s Admiralty Islands, the jasmine vine features delicate white, yellow, or pink blossoms that give off an intoxicating scent. Due to...

King Protea

As the national flower of South Africa, the king protea displays the largest flower head in the Protea genus and is also known as giant...

Lavender

Lavender is recognized as spike-like flowers that grow as multiple, tiny purple florets on a slender green stem. A very versatile flower, lavender is regarded...

Lilac

With one of the earliest and shortest blooms, lilacs signify spring and renewal. In Greek mythology, the lilac is associated with a beautiful nymph named...

Lily of the Valley

Native to the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere in Asia and Europe, the lily of the valley is a woodland flowering plant that gives off a...

Lisianthus

Native to the North American continent, particularly Texas and Mexico, the lisianthus blooms in the spring as single stems. Also known as the Texas bluebell,...

Lotus Pods

Lotus pods are part of the lotus flower. Because of their round shape and unusual surface pattern, lotus pods have become a surprising decorative element...

Maidenhair Fern

The name “maidenhair” comes form the observation that the fern’s fine fronds resemble hair. The maidenhair fern is native to Eastern Asia and is a...

Manzanita Branch

Manzanita Branches

The name “Manzanita” means little apple in Spanish. These evergreen shrubs are noted for their orange-red bark and twisting branches. Due to their unique, expressive...

Marigold

The marigold flower is recognized by its vibrant yellow-gold color and small-layered petals. Known at the “herb of the sun,” the bloom symbolizes passion, creativity,...

Mentha Rose

One of the most unique species of roses, the mentha rose is recognized by its distinctive color and shape. Growing in metallic hues of pink,...

Mokara Orchid

Native to Asia, the mokara orchid is manmade and does not grow in the wild. Recognized for its unique, “star-fish” shaped blooms, the species is...

Monsterra

Also known as monstera deliciosa, the flowering plant’s name refers to its “monstrous” size, some growing over 30 feet high, and edible fruit. The monsterra...

Olive Greens

Grown in the Mediterranean Basin and Portugal, the Arabian Peninsula, and parts of Eastern Asia, the olive tree is most known for producing olive fruit....

Oncidium Orchid

This flower’s name derives from the Greek word, “onkos,” which means ‘swelling’ and refers to the callus at the lower lip. Due to the delicate...

Parrot Tulip

The parrot tulip’s name comes from the flower’s wavy and curly-like petals resembling the colorful feathers of the tropical bird. Most varieties of the parrot...

Parvifolia Eucalyptus

Originating in New South Wales, Victoria, Parvifolia eucalyptus is distinguished by short oblong leaves that end in a point. As one of the hardier types...

Peony

The peony is native to China where it is known as the “king of flowers.” Regarded for its voluminous and delicate bloom, the peony is...

Peppercorn

The peppercorn plant grows long braches of leafy bulk peppercorn seeds that appear to resemble red berries. Native to China, India, Tibet, and Nepal, the...

Peruvian Lily

Phalaenopsis Orchid

One of the most popular orchids, the phalaenopsis orchid is also known as the “moth orchid” because it resembles a moth in flight. Compared to...

Phlox

Native to the woodlands and prairies of North America, the phlox flower grows in pretty hues of blue, violet, red, pink, and white with some...

Pincushion Protea

Native to Zimbabwe and South Africa, the protea is a shrub-like bloom that grows a cluster of little spikes from its bud to resemble a...

Pussy Willow

The pussy willow tree is a species founded mainly in Northern Europe and parts of Northwest Asia. The three most popular species are the goat...

Queen Anne's Lace

Legend says Queen Anne, the wife of King James I was contested by her friends to create lace as beautiful as flowers. She pierced her...

Queen Protea

Belonging to the Protea genus, the queen protea flower is distinguished by fuzzy pink petals that form a dome shaped head, which resemble a queen’s...

Quince Branches

Quince branches are part of the fruit bearing Quince tree, which is native to Eastern Asia. The tree also blossoms beautiful pale pink flowers that...

Ranunculus

In the language of flowers, a ranunculus is given to someone you find charming and a bouquet of ranunculus expresses, “I am dazzled by your...

Rice Flower

The rice flower grows is tiny, dense clusters of white florets that extend up from a woody stem. Very similar to baby’s breath in appearance,...

Rose

In the language of flowers, the rose is the ultimate expression of love and passion. A single red rose says “I love you,” and the...

Scabiosa Pod

The scabiosa pod is recognized by it globe-like shape made of pods with a green center. Originating in Southern Europe, the scabiosa flower was named...

Seeded Eucalyptus

Seeded eucalyptus displays large spear-shaped leaves with an abundance of yellow-green seed-like bunches. Symbolizing protection, eucalyptus is a popular greenery to use in wedding décor...

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus

Silver dollar eucalyptus trees, also known as Silver Dollar Gum, are fast-growing evergreen trees native to Australia that produce fragrant silver dollar-shaped leaves. Symbolizing protection,...

Spray Rose

Compared to the standard rose, spray roses look the same, but are smaller and have multiple blooms per stem. They typically grow in groups of...

Stephanotis

The name stephonatis is derived from the Greek words “stephanos” meaning “crown” and “otis” meaning” ear.” Resembling tiny ears, the flower was fashioned in to...

Stock

Flowering stock appears as tiny clusters budding on a single long stem. Characterized by a lovely scent and exquisite, ruffle-like petals, stock grows in a...

Succulent

The word succulent comes from the Latin origin “sucus” meaning “sap” or “juice.” Succulents retain water to avoid draughty climates, giving them a puffy or...

Sunflower

The name sunflower derives from the Greek genus Helianthus, originated in two words – “hellos” meaning sun and “anthos” flower, The sunflower is one of...

Sweet Pea

The flower’s name originates from the Greek word “lathyros,” meaning “pea” and the Latin word “odoratus” meaning “fragrant. With over 250 varieties available, sweetpeas offer...

Sweetheart Rose

The sweetheart rose is miniature version of standard rose. With a bloom size measuring 2 to 3 inches wide, they produce a variety of colors...

Sword Fern

Native to Northern America, sword fern is an evergreen marked by sword shaped fronds. Sword fern has become a favorite ornamental foliage of florists due...

Trachelium

The Trachelium is known for its expressive, textured appearance. With a name derived from Greek word meaning, “rough throat,” the flower is also known as...

Tulip

Originating in Central Asia and named after the Persian word for turban, tulips were introduced to Europe in the Mid-16th century. The bloom was so prized...

Vanda Orchid

In horticulture, Vanda orchids are highly admired for their unique body, fragrance, and color intensity, blossoming in vibrant shades of purple, blue, and yellow. Originating...

Vendela Rose

The vendela rose is regarded for its full, cup-shaped bloom and elegant layering of petals. Popular in classic ivory, cream and white colors, the vendela...

Viburnum

VIBURNUM Native to the Northern Hemisphere, the viburnum is a shrub or tree like plant that grows clusters of very small flowers in white, cream,...

Wax Flower

Native to Australia, the wax flower is a flower shrub that blooms in mainly shades of white and pink. Symbolizing lasting success, the wax flower...


MENU