Popular Wedding Flowers and their Meanings

April showers bring May flowers! With all of this rain, Tonawanda is sure to be blooming next month. Did you know that various wedding flowers have different symbolic meanings? Here’s a look at some of the most common wedding flowers and what they stand for.


Roses have long been favored for their elegance and charm. The meaning of this classic flower depends on its color. Red roses symbolize passion, while dark pink roses mean that the couple is thankful to have found each other. White roses, like many white flowers, symbolize innocence.


There are few flowers more fitting for a spring wedding! This unique blossom stands for undying love.


Once again, the meaning of this flower depends on its color. Red carnations mean “I long for you,” while pink ones stand for new memories and cherishing what is to come.


This blossom is not as common at weddings as it should be! It stands for good fortune and a happy future.


This flower symbolizes a giving nature, something that is important in all relationships. Its unique petals that open and close like a mouth also make it a fun choice for wedding arrangements.

Sweet Pea

The Sweet Pea usually stands for goodbyes, but has a different meaning when used in a wedding bouquet. Including sweet peas in the arrangements ensures that the bride and groom will live in blissful pleasure.

Lilly of the Valley

This delicate little flower stands for sweetness and increased happiness. It also has a lovely scent and looks dainty and sweet when nestled amongst larger blossoms.

Other common wedding flowers are the lily, which stands for purity, the white rose bud, which stands for awakening love, and the zinnia, a unique flower that symbolizes goodness. Keep these meanings in mind when you are planning your wedding arrangements and remember, the rain always brings something better.

Thank you to wedthemes.com and theknot.com.


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