May Wedding Flowers - Lucky in Love Wedding Planning Blog - Seattle Weddings at Banquetevent.com #weddingflowers #Mayflowers #Springflowers

May Wedding Flowers - Lucky in Love Wedding Planning Blog - Seattle Weddings at Banquetevent.com #weddingflowers #Mayflowers #Springflowers

Flowers are a popular birthday gift, and choosing the recipient’s birth month flower makes it more personal. Take a look at the birth flowers for May.

Birth flowers: May - Lily of the Valley & Hawthorn

Flowers are a popular birthday gift, and choosing the recipient’s birth month flower makes it more personal. Take a look at the birth flowers for May.

Early Summer (May & June) Astilbe*, Allium*, Alchemilla mollis*, Aquilegia, Achillea, Brodea, Delphinium*, Hydrangea*, Larkspur*, Lily of the Valley, Lisianthus*, Nigella (Love in the Mist), Peonies*, Ranunculus*, Snapdragon*, Solomons Seal* (Polygonatum), Scabious, Stock*, Viburnum opulus* (Guelder rose).  The flowers marked with an * are the ones that you should find readily available from your local florist.

Early Summer (May & June) Astilbe*, Allium*, Alchemilla mollis*, Aquilegia, Achillea, Brodea, Delphinium*, Hydrangea*, Larkspur*, Lily of the Valley, Lisianthus*, Nigella (Love in the Mist), Peonies*, Ranunculus*, Snapdragon*, Solomons Seal* (Polygonatum), Scabious, Stock*, Viburnum opulus* (Guelder rose). The flowers marked with an * are the ones that you should find readily available from your local florist.

In need of some flower ideas for your spring wedding bouquets? This helpful little chart will get your wheels turning.  Our wedding is in early May.  Unfortunately, peonies aren't really in season until later in May and into June. We'll substitute with garden roses.

In need of some flower ideas for your spring wedding bouquets? This helpful little chart will get your wheels turning. Our wedding is in early May. Unfortunately, peonies aren't really in season until later in May and into June. We'll substitute with garden roses.

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