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Helleborus: This flower blooms in the snow, making it a fitting choice for a winter nosegay. It also comes in burgundy, chartreuse, white, soft yellow, and cream.
Garden Rose: If you hold your nose to a ruffly garden rose it actually smells like a rose—other types of roses aren't as fragrant.
Ranunculus: This tailored, perfect-looking flower makes a wonderful single-bloom boutonniere, or looks great en masse in a nosegay bouquet.
Ranunculus: The ranunculus doesn't have a very long stem, which is why some florists prefer to use them in bouquets or low centerpieces. It's the kind of flower that you want to see from up close.
Queen Protea: This statement flower also comes in white. Planning on carrying a single flower down the aisle? Consider this showstopper.
Icelandic Poppy: This graphic flower also comes in orange, peach, yellow, cream, and white. Artsy girls love its paper-thin petals and curvy stem.
Spray Rose: Use this innocent, sweet-looking bud as a ringbearer's boutonniere. Cluster a few in silver julep cups, or do single-stems in stemless Champagne flutes.
Oriental Lily: This flower also comes in hot pink, white, and yellow. Ask your florist to remove its pollen or it may stain your dress.
Double Tulip: This flower is only available in winter and spring. "Double" implies that it has a fatter head size and more densely layered petals than other kinds of tulips.
Cherry Blossom: This flowering branch also comes in white. It's available for springtime nuptials only.
Scabiosa: These flowers also come in white, lavender, blue, burgundy, and black. If you love wildflowers but are marrying in their off-season (generally winter and spring), it makes a great substitute.
Peony: This popular wedding flower also comes in white, magenta, deep red, burgundy, and soft yellow. For the ultimate girly arrangement, splurge on an all-peony bouquet.
Godetia: This flower also comes in soft pink, lavender, white, and salmon. For pops of neon pink, use this farmer's market find in your bouquet.
Bromeliad: This rare, tropical flower is perfect in a gallery or loft setting.
Sweet Pea: These small flowers come in magnificent colors, give off a very light fragrance, and add a lot of texture to a bouquet.
Lisianthus: This flower also comes in white, green, cream, mauve, lavender, purple, white with purple, and white with mauve. It's a ballroom-friendly filler.
Garden Rose: A garden rose has a Victorian look and is perfect for a vintage-inspired garden wedding. They're great for bouquets as they're extraordinary even as they start to wilt.
Rose: Classic brides are drawn to roses—they have a timeless elegance. Bonus: they're hardy, too!
Lepto: This is an affordable filler with a romantic vibe. It also comes in white.
Mokara Orchid: This orchid variety also comes in orange, yellow, cream with pink dots, green, and lavender. It's the most budget-conscious orchid.
Ranunculus: These blooms have endless layers of teeny-tiny, paper-thin petals. They're exported from all around the world, and they're decently priced.
Blackberry: Mix this berry with garden roses for an English-cottage look.
Scabiosa: This is a pretty, very affordable, informal, country flower that's readily available in the summer. They pair beautifully with dahlias.
Chocolate Cosmos: These also come in deep burgundy. They smell like—you guessed it—chocolate.
Black Queen Anne's Lace: This blossom also comes in white and green. It lends extra texture to a wildflower bouquet.
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