Wedding flowers in season in May: May is a wonderful time to have a wedding, when it comes to flowers. But - some of the most expensive wedding flowers in season in May (like peonies) can be pricey!
We’ve rounded up some of the best flowers for a May wedding that are both beautiful AND in season AND tend not to break the bank. (Okay fine, we couldn’t resist including the peonies anyway). Gardens explode with blooms in May, so it was very difficult to whittle down to just these. But we did it, because we heart you!
You can see more of the best flowers for May weddings on our Pinterest board here:
Dusty Miller has a soft, velvety texture and color that complements such a huge variety of flowers and colors.
Yellow Acacia provides a beautiful pop of color to a May wedding.
Pink Viburnum - a delicate choice for a May wedding bouquet.
LOVE Queen Anne’s Lace for rustic wedding bouquets and centerpieces.
Purple Allium is great in May wedding centerpieces - just watch out for the onion-y smell these can have.
Peach Ranunculus are fast becoming a ‘new classic’ for trendy spring weddings.
Lily of the Valley’s white flowers are a delicate and romantic choice for May wedding flowers.
If Bloompop had a May wedding, it would be filled with barrels and buckets and baskets and silver julep containers brimming with Lilacs. These super seasonal flowers are the epidemy of 'short but sweet’ - only available for a few weeks at a time, but in such abundance that if you happen to be getting married during their season, they’re a must!
Freesia are a gorgeous flower for May weddings - they come in so many shades and provide beautiful, delicate texture to wedding bouquets and centerpieces.
Cornflowers are a perfect choice for rustic, barnyard-backyard May weddings. Such incredible little flowers.
Blue Delphinium are tall and elegant - perfect for centerpieces and displays in weddings.
Billy Balls (also known as Billy Buttons or Craspedia) are such fun little yellow accents. Especially love these in bridal bouquets or boutonnieres!
pinkThe local florists on Bloompop.com are pros at using seasonal and often local flowers in their gorgeous arrangements, bouquets, and event flowers. Make sure to check them out at www.bloompop.com.