Looking for September wedding flowers? We’ve put together a handy list of what tends to be in season during this time. However, availability is dependent on a lot of factors, including the weather, so we can’t make any guarantees.
SO, WHAT’S IN SEASON DURING SEPTEMBER?
Our first pick for September wedding flowers is baby’s breath. Baby’s breath, also known as gypsophila, has become one of our most requested wedding flowers this season. Delicate and feminine, it adds a light and airy feel to any bouquet. Gyphsophila is traditionally used as filler, but recently we’ve seen it being used a lot on its own. A hearty bunch of gypsophila tied with natural twine makes a gorgeous, yet inexpensive, bridesmaids bouquet. The dainty white flowers look great with just about any dress colour, too. Pinterest is a great place to go for wedding flower inspiration. Click here to see more ideas on how to use gypsophila in your wedding flowers.
Stock is another of our September faves. Famous for its sweet and spicy scent, this bloom is native to Southern Greece and the Mediterranean. Stock has a long stem interlaced with wispy leaves and clusters of small blooms, giving it the appearance of a single flower. Its long, elegant shape makes stock great for using in cradle bouquets. Also known as pageant bouquets, these arrangements are designed to be cradled in the crook of the arm.
Our final pick for September is snapdragon. Like stock, snapdragons feature a long stem with clustered blooms. They get their name from the shape of their petals, which snap open like the mouth of a dragon when squeezed. Snapdragons come in a variety of hues, and are great way to add a pop of spring colour to your wedding flowers. For a simple romantic centerpiece, pair brightly coloured snaps with a few sprigs of baby’s breath in one of our vintage mason jars. Did you know? In addition to wedding flowers, we also offer a full vase hire service. To enquire, simply check the box for vase hire when you fill out our Wedding Quote Form.