5. Daisy For a cheery springtime bouquet, white daisies are a great go-to—whether they're being used as a filler flower or making up the entire arrangement. They naturally grow white blossoms, but thanks to food coloring they can be tinted purple, blue, neon green... almost any color under the rainbow. blooming season: late spring
There are expensive wedding flowers and inexpensive wedding flowers — this, we all know. But what's not so obvious is which ones are which. Sure, most people planning a wedding know that peonies can cost a pretty penny (particularly when out of seaso
Bring on the green Fluff up your floral design with some inexpensive but statement-worthy greenery, which serves as a great filler and is less expensive than flowers. Instead of filling an entire vase with peonies or roses, incorporate some pretty ferns or eucalyptus with one or two blossoms, so you can get the beauty of those blooms on a budget.