Our 10 Favourite Wedding Flowers

If you could browse through the biggest garden in the world and pick any bloom from any season, which one would you go for? From luxurious peony to bright coloured anemone, we made a list of 10 beautiful wedding flowers for you:


Anemones come in many vibrant colours and they blend in well with other flowers. Florists love them because make a great addition to all kinds of bouquets and table arrangements. 

With its wavy shape and vibrant colours, Celosia is a very interesting and unusual, but it looks great when combined with traditional flowers such as roses and peonies.

Dahlias have beautiful shape and complex texture and therefore look great in both wedding bouquets and table arrangements.

David Austin Roses are the most romantic of them all and they come in many different types with beautiful colours and delightful scents.

Lisianthus looks very much like a rose but is much cheaper and more durable.


The peony has a big bloom, strong fragrance and comes in variety of hues. It is expensive and luxurious, but symbolises bashfulness.

Poppies can add a bit of bright colour to your wedding, but since petals tend to start coming off very quickly, it is best to keep them in water.

Ranunculus is very seductive with its gorgeous, multilayered petals, and makes a cheap alternative to roses.

The tulip is one of the most popular wedding flowers because it represents consuming love and it is available throughout the year.

Colourful zinnia has a wonderful shape and texture and therefore makes a perfect wedding flower, but it is only available in August.

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