Floral variety has recently been introduced to the weddingscape in Pakistan. Roses, of course, have always been there given the overall red vibe. However, nowadays Pakistani brides are looking for a more exotic floral scheme for their wedding. And since there are so many beautiful flowers in nature, there is no reason one shouldn’t widen the palette for their wedding and include the buds that match the wedding theme and have romantic underlining. In this article, we will give you names to match with the beautiful flowers you always admired. You can put them in your bridal bouquet, and use them in the overall theme of the wedding.
It’s the most recent addition to the bridal flowers and an extremely, delicately, beautiful one. Baby’s breaths are available all year round. They have been used in baby showers forever (hence the name). It’s actually a flower with real medicinal properties like the treatment of leukemia and cancer cures.
Symbolic meaning: Gypsophila is a flower that symbolizes Eternal Love. It symbolizes that love lasts forever, and has no end. Perhaps, that’s the reason they are becoming more and more visible at the weddings
Rose translates into romance, and are always loved at the weddings, for this image. They are an all-time favorite bridal accessory. The grooms have been pinning them to their lapels forever. It’s a classic choice for the weddings. The roses bloom in different colors, also have geographical characteristics, like English tea rose bloom with a smell of a choicest tea sample. The garden roses are more blousy in look, and make a beautiful bridal portrait.
Symbolic meaning: Red rose symbolizes expression of love, romance, desire, passion and inspiration. Purple, and pink roses mean enchantment, love at first sight, charm, magnetism, gentle desire, majesty and flirting. Orange roses are festive, and show support, happiness, good mood, passion and gratitude. Blue roses symbolize imagination, new beginnings, complexity of character and love at first sight. Green roses symbolize the rare kind of beauty, youth, hope, harmony, peace and fertility.
Anemones are dainty and pretty flowers. They bloom in spring and make a colorful addition to your bridal palette. They give a pleasant atmosphere to allow people to relax. Anemones are a symbol of the spring. There are also autumn Anemones in some parts of the world, and they vary in color, shapes and sizes from the spring Anemones. Pink, and purple colors are most commonly found in Anemones.
Symbolic meaning: This flower symbolizes shyness, growth. The color purple shows uniqueness, romance, passion, and positive energy. The color pink hints at rare inner beauty, romance, mental peace, and femininity.
Hailing from the pea family, this flower grows pretty easily. It’s considered to be a mysterious and beautiful blossom. It is basically a weed, or a vine, that has an advantage of looking good. They bloom in purple, pink, or red violet.
Symbolic meaning: It symbolizes blossoming feelings of love, prosperous marriage, good luck, and auspicious beginnings.
These flowers are graceful and have poise. They, too, come in different colors like yellow, pink, purple, red, and white color. It shoes honesty and a clear consciousness that could grant you the vibe of a proud and confident person with purest of the emotions.
Symbolic meaning: Magnolias have emotions of femininity, beauty, purity and dignity associate with it.
Chrysanthemums are THE wedding flowers, in all latest trends in Pakistan. They’re your go-to flowers if you wish to cheer up the atmosphere, or a person. It has both the scent and the looks, a rare flower combo.
Symbolic meaning: These flowers are associated with goo energy, optimism, lasting relationship, loyalty, devotion and love.
Gardenias are a forever pick that shows a long lasting commitment. It has pure look, and a sweet fragrance. Gardenias hail from the coffee family, and can be found here in Pakistan.
Symbolic meaning: The flower is associated with new things, opportunities, renewal, trust, dream, hope and beauty. (Woah! Try beating that!)
Now you don’t have to choose flowers based on their color, because some many flowers come in the same hue. You can pick them for their meaning instead. We tried to only include flowers that bloom in Pakistan. You can ask your florist about the best choices, based on weather and your local soil conditions.