When summer comes around in Belfast and other cities in Northern Ireland, there are many flowers which are perfect for a bouquet. A bouquet can be held by a bride on her special day as she walks down the aisle. A summer bouquet is also a great gift, such as for a loved one. Whatever the reason is, there are many summer flowers which can be in a bouquet:
With a purple appearance, lavender is one of the most popular flowers for having in a summer bouquet. Fields of lavender flowers are a wonderful sight and this can be recreated by having a bouquet which has many stalks.
Available in a variety of colours, Germini flowers can make up an entire bouquet. A florist might have many types of Germini flowers, such as those which are red, purple and light pink. By asking a florist what colours their Germini flowers are available in, many different bouquets can be arranged.
With a distinct appearance, a Eucalyptus flower can be put into the same bouquet as Germini flowers. Typically white, a Eucalyptus flower is aesthetically pleasing and has a wonderful scent.
An Alstroemeria flower has a delicate appearance and there are many colours to choose from. A bouquet which has red flowers can have even more colour when a pink Alstroemeria flower is included.
A bouquet that is made entirely out of Chrysanthemums is a sight to behold. A florist might have a huge variety of Chrysanthemums which can be in a bouquet. A bouquet such as this is very popular at summer weddings in Northern Ireland because brides like to throw it behind them at their reception.
A Dahlia flower has a unique appearance which can benefit the bouquet it is arranged in. With a puffy look, Dahlias can be central in a bouquet. It can also be placed around the edges of a bouquet and surrounded by Chrysanthemums or Eucalyptus flowers.
Roses are a great flower to have in a bouquet as well as to send to a loved one on Valentine's Day. Bouquets of roses are also very popular at weddings. When a bride is being walked down the aisle by her father, her bridesmaids can carry a bouquet that contains only roses. A rose bouquet can be arranged so that it is entirely red. However, a bouquet of roses can be a mixture of red and pink.
September flowers are ideal to have in a bouquet. Available in a variety of colours, a bouquet of September flowers can contain many shades. As with a rose bouquet, it can be held by bridesmaids at a wedding.
A lily bouquet can be held by a bride on her big day. A popular flower in many countries, a wedding in Northern Ireland can have multiple lily bouquets.
When a large bouquet of Sweet Williams is held at a wedding, it will give a bride a very natural look. This is because Sweet William flowers appear as though they have been picked straight from the Irish countryside.
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