In celebrating one of the biggest moments in life called a wedding, people especially the bride and groom always want to put meaning in everything. Whether it is the location where they first met, the favorite color of both, the cake they ate at their first date, a few of it might be presented in the wedding with a symbol behind. Everything should be special, meaningful and personal. And, when it comes to wedding flowers, they might want to take one that can symbolize the values they hold in a relationship and commitment. Here are 5 most popular wedding flowers in the world and the meaning they bring to life.

The Top 5 Wedding Flowers

#1. Rose
Rose is a perennial of the genus Rosa, of the family Rosaceae. In the world, over 100 species and thousands of cultivars are known native to Asia, with a number of species native to North America, Europe and northwest Africa. In weddings, rose is an all-star. The flower is available in a wide variety of colors and shapes, with some of it such as hybrid tea roses, spray roses and garden roses which are popular as wedding flowers. This romantic flower symbolizes beauty and love, and often used to symbolize emotion and passion as well.

#2. The Tulip
The tulip is a perennial plant of the genus Tulipa, native to a wide range of countries such as Dutch, French, North Africa, Greece, Turkey, Iran, Ukraine, southern Siberia, Mongolia and China. This flower is available in 75 wild species and in a vast array of colors such as white, pink, yellow, peach, magenta, purple and red. The tulip is often used in elegant wedding settings as well as more casual venues. The species of the tulip that is often used as wedding flowers include Dutch tulips, French tulips and parrot tulips. This flower represents “happy years” and “consuming love”.

#3. Calla Lily
Calla Lily, or also known as Zantedeschia aethiopica or Arum lily, is a genus of a flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to regions of Northern Hemisphere. This flower is available in a variety of colors such as yellow, mauve-pink, dark purple and orange, and also in two types: a large-headed variety with a long stem, which is suitable for arrangements, and a miniature type, which is suitable for boutonnieres. Calla lily, in the language of flowers, represents “magnificent beauty”.

#4. Hydrangeas
Hydrangeas, or also known as hydrangea or hortensia, is a genus of a flowering plant native to eastern and southern Asia including Japan, China, the Himalayas, Koreaa and Indonesia. Available in 70 to 75 species, this flower is varying in shades of color including sky blue, green, purple, burgundy, and white. In wedding flower arrangements, this flower is often used to create volume and texture in the artwork. In the Victorian language, the flower represents “vanity”.

#5. Lily of the Valley

Lily of the valley, or also known as Convallaria majalis, is a flowering plant that is native throughout Northern Hemisphere in Europe and Asia. This flower often comes in a rare rosy pink, and white. Lily of the valley is often included in wedding flower arrangements for its sweet fragrance. This flower is at times called “the ladder to heaven”, and associated with Ostara, the goddess of springtime.

Here are 5 most popular wedding flowers in the world. With their deep meaning and gorgeous appearance, your wedding will be meaningful and beautiful.

Margarita Benyammine

Web Assistant at Pixeletta Consultations
One of my first part-time jobs was at a Flower Shop – I have a passion for web design, SEO and fabulous floral arrangements.

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