Blooms In Season: May
More sunshine, more flowers!
Happy May! It’s the month of Cinco De Mayo, Mother’s Day and even National Macaroon Day. There’s a lot to celebrate this month, including spring’s latest and greatest blooms that will enhance your flower arrangements for your special day. Keep scrolling to discover new favorites we’ve picked just for you!
These dainty little blooms are perfect to add pops of blue to any arrangement or bouquet. Also known as ‘Bachelor Buttons,’ this flower will be the only bachelor on your wedding day!
These daisies are practically flawless! Their bold and beautiful petals are perfect in structure and their color symbolizes grace and gentility. These gerbera daisies would adorn any spring floral decor.
Recently seen in trendy, minimalist arrangements, these flowers are a standout on their own! Anthuriums come in a variety of pastel shades and of course, wedding-dress white. These look fresh and modern accompanied by tropical greenery such as banana leaves or palms.
Frequently thought of as a holiday-only flower (the red variety is very common during Christmastime), the peach variety of amaryllis is bountiful and beautiful. These are a good way to go if you want full flowers for a centerpiece, but don’t want to splurge on peonies.
These cobalt blue, urn-shaped flowers look like tiny grapes on a vine. Appropriately called grape hyacinth, this flower is perfect for a springtime wedding. Use them as “something blue” in flower crowns for your bridesmaids or boutonnieres for the groomsmen!
Bells of Ireland
This plant is just as stunning as it sounds! A true apple green color, these European flowers represent luck for your big day. Arrange them with simple, white flowers or by themselves for a sophisticated statement.
Also known as ‘false goat’s beard,’ these adorable fluffy blooms are just the boost your bouquet needs. The delicate blossoms come in various spring shades of pinks and purples.
Billy balls are the perfect filler flower to add whimsy and fun to any bouquet or arrangement. The bright yellow color looks gorgeous among green succulents, white dahlias and yellow ranunculus, to name a few. Some wholesale floral shops even sell them in different colors, like copper and rose gold!
Which flowers do you plan to use for your May wedding? Tag us in your floral photos!