Which Wedding Flowers are Least Expensive?

3:31 AM Dhanur Chauhan 0 Comments

Like everything in life, there are 2 sides to everything, and then there’s what lies in the between the two.

Similarly, when it comes to wedding flowers, there are the expensive ones like peonies, the inexpensive ones like carnations, but what about all the ones that lie in the between? While carnations might be the cheapest and couples on a tight budget for their wedding might choose them, they’re not appropriate for wedding celebrations.

You could opt for buying bulk wedding flowers! There are so many flowers that lie in the cheaper end of the spectrum. Listed below are the least expensive flowers that will make the most of your budget in the most efficient and effective way.
  1. Alstroemerias: Flowers that bloom in late spring and early summer, Alstroemerias are also called Peruvian Lillies. These flowers are available in a 150 different colors, ranging from white to pink to red to yellow to purple.
  2. Baby’s Breath: Baby’s Breath flowers are small, yet so impactful. They are ideal for a minimalistic wedding. Bouquets of Baby’s Breath look absolutely stunning with colorful satin ribbons. And even better, they’ll make delicate flower crowns for the guests.
  3. Chrysanthemums: These pompom-like flowers are so exotic and they don’t even come with a huge price tag! Chrysanthemums bloom in multiple colors and are available in 2 sizes.
  4. Daisies: White daises may seem boring, but they’re so classy. Though they only grow in white, they can be customized to meet your choice thanks to food colors.
  5. Freesias: Freesias bloom in spring and are known to be long-lasting. Extremely economical, a single stem can grow up to 8 blooms.
  6. Gladiolus: Great for centerpieces, these towering flowers grow between 2 feet and 6 feet and come in a variety of shades. They’re so grand that only a few will seal the deal.
  7. Queen Anne ’s lace: Queen Anne’s Lace add a beautiful texture when mixed with other flowers. Similar to Baby’s Breath, these are flat-topped that sets them apart.
  8. Sunflower: These flowers radiate summer and happiness! These bright flowers add the perfect pop of color to any subtle arrangement.
  9. Waxflower: Waxflowers grow almost throughout the year. With multiple blooms on every stem, they can be used as bouquet fillers, centerpieces or corsages and come in two different shades.
  10. Roses: Roses, unlike popular belief, are relatively inexpensive. Available in multiple different colors, they can be a close substitute for peonies.
  11. Gerbera Daisies: Gerbera daisies are classic. They come in all sizes and are perfect for couples wanting a colorful, bright wedding.
  12. Hydrangeas: Because of its big top, only a few stems of Hydrangeas fill up a vase. The flowers, if they wilt, can be easily revived by submerging them in water.
  13. Daisy spray: These flowers look like mini daisies and are ideal for adding a perfect punch of wilderness to the flower setting. These flowers have a long shelf life, so worrying about them looking fresh, can be set aside.
  14. Solidago: These wildflowers are just so unique and classic. They make the right flowers to use for an outdoor wedding. Affordable and absolutely stunning.
  15. Lilies: The only word to describe lilies is gorgeous. These flowers are so easily available by the side of the road in a wide range of sizes and colors that they’ll definitely fit your budget.
  16. Tulips: These all year flowers are synonymous to simple and beautiful. These colorful, bright, fresh flowers make an excellent décor option for spring weddings.
  17. Blue thistle: These flowers are such a craze this season. Though otherwise high priced, sometimes they can be found at affordable rates.
  18. Begonias: Begonias look dainty and sweet, but in reality, they’re hardy. They look so pretty, adding just the right amount of color in an otherwise subtle color scheme.
  19. Rice flower: Rice flowers are the daintiest of flowers most commonly found during spring and summer. A plus is that they’re affordable for even the tightest of budgets. And even better, they’re available in so many different colors like blue, green, yellow, pink, red, orange and white.
  20. Boutonnieres: When multiple filler flowers like mimosas, herbs and goldenrods are put together they make boutonnieres. They’re minimalistic and add a rustic touch to a wedding celebration if placed as a centerpiece.
  21. Grains: Flowers, when substituted by stems of grains like wheat and dried grass, bring about a rustic harvest feel to a wedding. This décor would complement a farm or field wedding perfectly.
You could use these flowers and have a wedding for yourself that is both, beautiful and in-budget! These flowers could be used in multiple ways and combinations to design an ultimate decor.
You could add these flowers to your centerpieces, the altar, the backdrop and wherever you feel comfortable. Flowers add beauty and color to the venue.