Wedding Flowers 101

Here are some features to look for wedding flowers in a heat resistant.

-Stiff leaves help with heat resistance as well. Leaves contain a lot of moisture can be wicked up to the flowers and greenery will help improve the color of the flowers wedding. Leaves wilted make the entire bouquet look sickly, so thicker, leaves waxier is preferred.

-Thick, waxy petals are best. They tend to be more difficult and keeps the moisture in longer than thinner petals which tend to shrivel and zero in the heat. The thicker the petal, the stiffer it will be, making it more resistant to fading.

-Full of flowers stay fresh longer. Bloom is not just a few petals last longer. Look for ruffled petals or multiple rounds, as a mother or Carnation. The flowers are still doing very well with the moisture needed to survive a hot day, even if they are placed in a vase with water.

-Strong stems keep flowers upright. Although the flower shop can set the flower stems in plastic straws to keep them upright when the heat threatens to send them hanging down, but the best thing is to choose flowers with a very strong, thick legs strong enough to stand up even when slightly dehydrated.

-Flowers such as orchids, lilies and dahlias are all great for a wedding flower. They hold up to heat very well and can take long periods of drought, thanks to its tough leaves and petals that retain moisture even in circumstances suffocated.

-If you have the budget, tropical flowers tend to be much better than our native flowers when it comes to weather the hot interior of a church or ballroom. They are grown in heat, so you will find that they are quite resilient in the wedding of the summer. Most tropical flowers very delicate, like, so they make beautiful bouquets and centerpieces.

-Your florist can also recommend a more heat resistant wedding flower or two. Ideally, a flower that you love the feeling, that combines beauty with practicality. For a summer wedding, how well the flowers will keep the heat in a very important factor. Nothing is more stressful on your wedding day than discovering that all your flowers wither away in the intense heat.

-Choose your wedding flowers carefully. You do not want bouquets that look awful by the time you are ready to walk down the aisle. Tropical flowers, those with waxy, thick petals and leaves and the flower that is bushy and full of petals tend to be good and look good all day.


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