When choosing the blooms for your wedding, you’ll certainly consider the color, size, and shape of different flowers, but it’s also nice to think of their significance. In Victorian times, hundreds of flowers, plants, and herbs were assigned meanings. Men and women selected them to communicate matters of the heart. For the flowers in your bouquet or in your groom’s boutonniere, consider blooms that best express the feelings you share to make the arrangements more special.
In addition to the meaningful bouquets showcased in our story "The Language of Flowers" in the Fall issue of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine, we’ve listed several individual flowers and their meanings to help you decide.
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