Good Flower Choice for an August Wedding

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If you're having an August wedding, you're going to want to pay very close attention to the type of flowers you choose to have. Learn about a good flower choice for an August wedding with help from a wedding professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Melissa Barrad the owner of I Do…Weddings! In San Diego, California, and I'm here to talk to you about some good floral choices for your wedding in August. I also got married in the month of August and I find that inevitable every singe one of the brides I work with here in Southern California they ask for white flowers in August. Well it's certainly doable, but I August is a very worm month traditionally all over the country so I would definitely take that into consideration when selecting the color and style of your wedding. My favorite flower for the month of August and that's all over The United States are orchids. Orchids are absolutely gorgeous they're extremely hardy, they're a stand alone, you can see how this just single stem of many cymbindium orchids is absolutely gorgeous and they can be available in almost every shade of a rainbow and they also come in every price point. So something to take into account is looking at orchids such as cymbindium orchids or dendrobium orchids, those are at the more reasonable end of the end of the spectrum, they last very, very well. Another reason I like orchids so much is because they withstand the hug test so if you're wearing a boutonniere or a corsage or flowers in your hair and you have tons and tons of people hugging you and kissing you and it's August and it's over 100 degrees, it's something that could actually stand up throughout the day. So it's just something to take in to consideration if you're marring in a summer month particularly August. I'm Melissa Barrad with I Do…Weddings! In San Diego and thanks so much for joining me.


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