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Summer weddings set the perfect stage to showcase colorful, cheerful, and blossoming flowers. What is affordable and easy to get this time of year? You will find some cross over from springtime flowers and some new comers for the season. Remember, it’s possible to get almost any flower any time of year, budget permitting; but for those of you interested in being more eco-conscious and seasonal, consider the following for your summertime nuptials: Calla Lilies are a carryover from spring, and are available in early summer (June). Their vibrant and versatile color options make a summertime table burst with joy and their sleek shape can create a dramatic, single-flower bouquet. Orchids have become one of the most popular wedding flowers of late. They no longer just speak to a tropical event or a modern look. Mixed in with roses, hydrangeas, or moss, the look changes dramatically, making the orchid a very versatile flower. You will find they are least expensive in late spring through summer. The Daisy is a quintessential summertime flower. The look is a little less formal, so the daisy is only suited for certain events. They make fantastic and inexpensive outdoor centerpieces and come in a variety of happy and bright colors. Dahlias are bold in shape and color and tend to lend themselves to a fall or late summer look (though available throughout the summer months). Don’t forget the favorite the rose . Always available for weddings, roses are abundant this time of year. Other flowers, less frequently found at weddings, but also readily available; include the poppy, carnations (making a come back), pansies, sunflowers, geraniums, and hyacinth. Mix and match and make a statement with your seasonal, colorful, and memorable bouquet. About the Author: GetMarried.com is a ‘wedding planning’ website that specializes in wedding videos, free online wedding planning tools, wedding favors, wedding dress galleries and much more. Visit their website at http://www.getmarried.com or tune into Get Married TV on Lifetime Monday through Friday at 7:30am EST/CST with host Colin Cowie and cohost DeAnna Pappas. Article Published On: It’s important to appear up at the ceiling periodically to see if there are any signs of dampness, yellowing or bulging. All these are methods that just add wear and do not solve the situation. Here is my web-site; Oakville Roofer 相关的主题文章: