These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day

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If you're getting married in the middle of the summer, there's a good chance your wedding will be a total scorcher. To ensure that your bridal bouquet and reception flowers stay perky and pretty throughout the entire day and night, you'll want to choose seasonal blooms sure to last. Consider these ten flowers that were made for summer weddings: These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day Photo by Terje Sollie from Pexels Roses. These classic blooms are surprisingly heat resistant! Jasmine Vine. Perfect for cascading bouquets, this flowering vine will add a practical and whimsical touch. Seeded Eucalyptus. This green will give your bouquet or arrangement extra dimension and it's sure to last, unlike other greens like Dusty Miller or Lamb's Ear. These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day

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Calla Lilies. These white beauties won't lose their petals on the big day. Lisianthus. This budget-friendly bloom is native to warmer climates, so it's ideal for your summer wedding. These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day Photo by Sophie Dale on Unsplash Dahlias. Bold, brilliant and will last long beyond the "I dos." Orchids. This tropical plant thrives in warmer temperatures. Daisies. This playful flower will add plenty of dimension to your bouquet, and they're relatively inexpensive. These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day Photo by Dan Gold on Unsplash Succulents. These trendy buds can basically live forever. Sunflowers. Bright, cheery and they scream summer. These Flowers Will NOT Wilt on Your Wedding Day Photo by Blake Cheek on Unsplash Want more bloom-spiration? Check out these posts: 10 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Flowers 4 Flowers NOT to Pick for Your Spring Wedding 10 Ways to Wear Flowers in Your Wedding Day Hair  
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