One of the heaviest expenses you can incur while planning your wedding is on flowers. From the bouquet to ceremony decor, boutonnieres to your centerpieces, the cost can be astronomical. BUUUUUUUT, there are ways to save on the cost that I am sure you have heard plenty times before. You stick to flowers that are in bloom locally when you are getting married. Your florist will be able to give you extensive details on which flowers fall into that category, so DON’T forget to ask.
Now that we are officially in spring, well for a few weeks now, I am starting a new series of discussions called Blooms. Throughout this series of posts, we will focus on a flower that is in bloom in current season (as well as other notable florals worthy of attention) and provide visual stimulation on how you can incorporate them in your wedding.
The name comes from Greek word for wind dubbing it the “windflower”. Greek Mythology states that this particular flower sprang from the blood of Adonis, Aphrodite’s slain lover. Creepy huh? All that dark mythology aside, Anemones can have a very intricate place in your wedding decor. Below are some ideas of this “windflower” you may consider for your wedding day: