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Top Wedding Flowers 2021

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Today we are talking about wedding flowers– and to no surprise, the list opens with the ROSE! The rose has been in the top ten for YEARS and promises to hold this ranking for years to come. Read on, are you surprised by any of the Top Wedding Flowers 2021? We could name them all and only mixed up one or two in the rankings— how will you do? Liali Events One of the best Wedding Planners in Dubai

In no particular order, we present those top wedding flowers and wonder if you have any floral favorites that didn’t make our list???


Long considered a symbol of beauty and love, the rose figures into many myths and fairy tales. Romantic writers and poets have used the flower as a metaphor for emotion, beauty, passion, and true love throughout the ages. An all-star in the world of weddings, the rose is far from boring, particularly when it comes to color — the rose is available in solid colors and bicolor varieties, and there are striped roses and tipped roses as well. More than three thousand varieties of roses are grown commercially, many available year-round and that are surprisingly affordable. And though roses are associated with luxurious fragrance, not every rose is scented. Three main types are likely candidates for your wedding flowers: hybrid tea roses (the classic, uniformly-shaped commercial roses generally seen at your local florist), spray roses (a rose with five to ten small heads on each stem and a “natural, garden-grown” look), and garden roses (expensive, old-fashioned varieties with bushy, open heads and delicious scents). Rose is made luxury wedding like a heaven liali events Best wedding Planners we can do your wedding as heaven.

Lily Of The Valley

This flower often used in boutonnieres or as a bouquet filler, the demure bell-shaped florets dangling from a thin stem, the lily of the valley is sometimes called “the ladder to heaven.” The fresh, perfumed scent from its tiny flowers is unmistakable. In Norse mythology, the flower is linked to Ostara, the goddess of springtime, and while most plentiful during this season, it remains available — and very expensive — most of the year. So while a fistful of lily of the valley might be your dream, a more affordable alternative may be to use just a few stems to infuse a bouquet or centerpiece with its wonderful fragrance. Most people know of the white variety, but lily of the valley also comes in a very rare rosy-pink.

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