Alstromeria: different markings and colors, ranging from white, golden yellow, and orange, to apricot, pink, red, purple, and lavender. The most popular and showy hybrids commonly grown today result from crosses between species from Chile (winter-growing) with species from Brazil (summer-growing).
Alstroemeria are so much less expensive than roses or about anything else, they don’t drop pollen or debris, and they come in about a zillion festival colors so you can mix and match to your heart’s content...Because of their many winsome attributes, Peruvian lilies would make an amazing cut flower for bridal bouquets and table centerpieces. The best thing about them is their toughness and staying power; they will remain fresh and perky over twice as long as other cut flowers!
Blush roses, pink and white Peruvian lilies, white mums, daisies eucalyptus and other greens. Could also use pink or white tulips. - All would be in season in April and would readily accessible from supermarket florists or wholesalers for much cheaper than a florist.