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Anemone: Anemones' season starts in winter, making them a great pick for a holiday wedding.
Succulent: In the last year, succulents have become really popular with all brides, especially bohemians and West Coast girls. They're great for brides who don't like traditional greenery, and the tiny ones make great boutonnieres.
Amaryllis: This winter flower is expensive but you get a lot of look for your buck. It's ideal for a holiday-inspired wedding in a loft or gallery.
Camellia: This glossy-leafed branch blossoms in winter and spring only. It also comes in pink, soft pink, and white.
Croton Leaf: This leaf also comes in orange, yellow, and green. This exuberant foliage is available all year long.
Gerbera Daisy: This flirty, youthful flower is for a playful bride on a shoestring budget. It comes in very fun colors (including pastels) and gives off no scent.
Ginger: This long-stemmed flower, which also comes in pink, is striking in tall arrangements.
Gloriosa Lily: This flower also comes in yellow and orange-and-yellow. Some have long, delicate stems with bright, curly leaves.
Jasmine: Shown here with a fiddlehead fern, jasmine also comes in white. Use just a few sprigs and your bouquet will smell divine.
Mini Cymbidium: These make great boutonnieres as they're not foofy, they hold up really well without water, and they have no fragrance.
Ranunculus: Some people would say that the ranunculus is the most popular flower in the wedding blogosphere. It's everywhere! For good reason: they're pretty, the price is right, and they're readily available.
Ranunculus: For an ultra-modern centerpiece, arrange all red ranunculus en masse
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