Confused about which western wedding flowers you should select? Not sure what would be regarded as good flower choices for a country and western theme wedding?
We all know flowers can be very expensive and the price seems to rise considerably when you say the word "wedding" to a florist.
Instead of large floral bouquets, how about creating your own unique western wedding bouquet arrangements that would suit your theme celebration?
The following flower list, with their associated meanings, should help you somewhat with your decisions. You will also find suggestions on floral arrangements for the bride, groom and attendants.
Apple Blossom - Preference, Good Fortune
Baby's Breath - Pure Heart
Black-eyed Susan - Justice
Blue Bell - Humility, Everlasting Love
Blue Violet - Faithfulness
Buttercup - Riches
Cactus - Endurance
Daffodil - Friendship
Daisy - Innocent
Dandelion - Faithfulness, happiness, wishes come true
Dogwood - Love undiminished
Fern - Magic, fascination
Forget-me-not - True love, do not forget
Honeysuckle - "Am I Forgotten?"
Larkspur - Fickleness
Lilac (purple) - First love
Lilac (white) - Youth
Lily of the Valley - Increased happiness, sweetness
Morning Glory - Affection
Orange Blossom - Purity, eternal love, marriage
Pansy - Thoughts, consideration
Spider Lilies - Elope with me
Sunflower - Devotion and Faithfulness
Sweet Peas - Good-bye, blissful pleasure, delicacy
Violet (blue) - Faithfulness
Zinnia (white) - Goodness
Zinnia (yellow) - Daily Remembrance