Spring—it has been written that this remarkable season ‘wakes us, nurtures us, and revitalizes us.’ These are the reasons spring is the single most preferred time of year to marry. The freshness and promise of spring are the supreme depictions of the love you and your betrothed share. And now that you’ve decided to make it official, it’s time to plan your wedding. The sad truth about weddings, however, is that the planning can often be overwhelming, especially for the bride. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, planning a wedding should be like planning anything else—you need only take it one step at a time to get it right. For instance, the flowers? How do you choose the right flowers, especially if you know nothing about which blooms are in season in spring? Read on to find valuable information from top florists in New York regarding the different types of flowers that are available to you in springtime.
Pop singer Taylor Swift has been known to say of this glorious season, “I love the scents of winter! It’s all about the feeling you get when you smell pumpkin spice, cinnamon, nutmeg, gingerbread, and spruce.” Who could have said it more succinctly? Ironically, it’s that kind of warmth that people feel about this often cool season, with all its celebrations, holidays, and family gatherings that make so many couples choose winter for their weddings today than ever before. If you’ve chosen winter for your nuptials, it’s likely because you’ve dreamed of an exquisite winter wedding for quite some time. But you may also be wondering about the types of flowers that will be available in this often crisp and seemingly budless season. No worries. The truth is that the variety of flowers available in winter are many, and their beauty is just as enticing and vibrant as the flowers available in any other season of the year. Here are tips about the many blooms of winter from wedding florists in New York that will help you decide on flowers for every area and participant in your wedding.