I love Dahlias because they seem to take on so many different personalities depending on the type and color you get. From the lush “Bluetiful” to the unique “Maarn” varietals, they range from delicate to striking to “oh my god what is that?”
The Dahlia–which is the national flower of Mexico–might be the perfect wedding flower: While the Dahlia flower meaning can vary, they are often thought to represent a “commitment and bond that lasts forever.”
They’re available summer through early fall (their production period typically lasts May-October), and while they’re not the cheapest wedding flower, they’re typically a pretty wide flower, so you won’t need a ton of them.
Below are a few of my favorite ways to incorporate Dahlias into your wedding decor. Are Dahlias your favorite wedding flower? Let us know in the comments section!
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