6 Beautiful Cheapest Types Of Flowers You May Not Have Seen

If you’re reading this article, then chances are that you’re looking for some flower arrangement ideas. For those who are getting married, flowers are surprisingly one of the more costlier items on the list.

Cheapest Types Of Flowers You May Not Have Seen

You not only have to spend money on the bride’s flowers, but the bridesmaids, and groomsmen too, who will wear miniature arrangements in their pockets. 

As well as this, table centerpieces can also add up on the bill, and make the whole affair incredibly expensive.

But, this doesn’t need to be the case. You can help to bring down the cost of flower arrangements, simply by picking blooms that are more reasonably priced. 

There are a whole host of such flowers out there, and we’re here to help you by compiling a list of these. Below, we’ve created this handy guide, to take you through some of the most beautiful, and reasonably priced flowers around. 

Some of these you will have heard of before, but they’re merely lesser known, whereas others you will have never even seen previous to this list. We’ve tried to keep things interesting, and to provide you with as many options as possible. 

In order to find your dream bouquet, simply keep reading below, as we take a closer look. 

1. Baby’s Breath 

Now, some of you reading this list may have heard of Baby’s Breath before, but we couldn’t help but put it on our list, simply because it’s so beautiful.

No matter what color or kind of flower arrangement you’re going for, this one would work well with pretty much anything. 

Baby’s breath is made up of lots of little, miniature white flower buds that sit on top of a very dense stem which makes them perfect for wedding arrangements.

We think that Baby’s Breath would work particularly well with bohemian style weddings, and would look great in a dried flower arrangement

It gives your bouquet an incredibly ethereal and natural look, helping you to achieve that laid-back, and graceful appearance. 

One of the reasons why this flower is considered to be such a popular choice for weddings, is purely because it has such strong symbolic connotations. It’s known for being representative of undying love, which we think is perfect for your special day. 

2. Chrysanthemum

Now, we hear what you’re saying, chrysanthemum’s aren’t considered to be an unusual flower, because they can be found almost anywhere, in any flower arrangement store.

But, this simply isn’t the case, as there are simply so many different varieties of chrysanthemum flowers out there, many of which you’ll have never heard of before. 

If you truly want a beautiful and unusual variety of chrysanthemum for your wedding day, then we recommend that you take a look at one called ‘Fireglow Blaze’, we think that this one is particularly good if you’re planning on having a fall wedding, as these ones bloom late into the season. 

They display a beautiful, pale orange color that would work incredibly well as an accent to your bouquet.

If, however, you’re planning on having a spring or summer wedding, then we’d recommend that you take a look at ‘Hillside Sheffield Park’. This is one of the prettiest varieties of chrysanthemum around, and displays an incredibly vibrant pinkish color that we absolutely adore. 

Chrysanthemums, due to their incredibly vibrant colors make great accents for any bouquet, and you’ll be spoilt for choice with all of the different varieties out there. Chrysanthemums are symbolic of well being, and bring an air of cool, calm serenity to any flower arrangement. 

3. Queen Anne’s Lace 

When it comes to filler flowers, most of us will think of Baby’s Breath as being the most popular variety, but if you want something that’s a little bit different, but won’t overpower your bouquet, we recommend that you take a look at Queen Anne’s Lace.

Queen Anne’s Lace shares some similarities with Baby’s Breath, in the sense that it has lots of delicate little flower buds.

The key difference is that Queen Anne’s Lace grows in bunches, packed closely together. This is what creates the ‘lace’ effect that’s provided the flower its namesake. 

In addition to this, it has very vibrant, green stems, which can help to give your arrangements a more natural look, if that’s what you’re going for.

Queen Anne’s Lace is an incredibly elegant flower, and can really help to refine your arrangement, and temper some of the more vibrant colored flowers. 

This flower tends to bloom around March, and so we think that this would be a perfect addition to any summer wedding. 

In terms of symbolism, this flower is perfect for a wedding, as it symbolizes love, hope, and endurance. In fact, this flower was carried by maidens in the hope of attracting love into their lives, because it was believed to have held such strong power. 

4. Waxflower 

If you’ve been in search of a flower that would be perfect for both bouquets and corsages, then we’d recommend that you take a look at a variety called the ‘Waxflower’.

The waxflower is a very pretty, inexpensive flower that looks great when paired with many different types of accent flowers. 

It comes in a variety of different colors, with some of the most popular being white and pink. As a result, we think that this would be perfect for either a spring or summer flower arrangement. 

Another great thing about this flower is that it’s incredibly hardy once it’s been cut. If you’re worried about your flowers failing before the big day, then fear not, because the Waxflower actually lasts for up to three weeks before beginning to wilt, making it incredibly hardy. 

Another great fact about the Waxflower is that it’s often considered to be potent in terms of symbolism. The Waxflower is associated with new beginnings, as well as wealth, good fortune, and riches. This is a great good luck charm for your big day. 

It’s one of the most common filler flowers out there for bouquets, so if you want something a little different from Baby’s Breath, then we’d recommend that you take this one into consideration. 

5. Gladiolus 

We all know that the centerpieces can be the one of the costlier items in terms of wedding floral arrangements, so, if you’re looking for some beautiful, cheap flowers to use as table decorations, we’d recommend that you take a look at the Gladiolus flower.

Gladiolus makes the perfect table decorations, purely because they’re so tall and stand out from the crowd. 

They’re incredibly ornate, and tower over the tabletop. Gladiolus come in a variety of different colors, with some of the most popular ones being a gorgeous, stark white.

We’d recommend that you take a look at Gladiolus if you want to create an incredibly serene and elegant atmosphere in your reception room, as they’re perfect for this type of vibe. 

In addition to all of this, because the flowers themselves are so striking, you won’t need to purchase additional flowers for the arrangements, as they look perfect just by themselves. 

In terms of symbolism, the Gladiolus flower is known for being representative of strength, integrity, faithfulness, and remembrance, all of which are perfect for a wedding day. 

6. Freesia 

Another type of flower that’s considered to be far less costly than other options, is Freesia. Freesia is an incredibly beautiful, vibrant flower that comes in a whole host of different colors. It has a very refined and elegant appearance, complemented by the delicate petals attached to it.

In addition to being incredibly beautiful to look at, Freesia’s are often chosen for their gorgeous scent.

Some people have even compared the smell emitted by Freesia flowers as being similar to freshly grown strawberries. This has led to these flowers being used as the basis for many lotions and shampoos. 

In terms of symbolism, the Freesia flower is representative of trust and friendship, both of which are great qualities for a good marriage. 

Final Thoughts 

To sum up, there are a whole host of inexpensive flowers out there that you can choose from. Opting for the pricier varieties isn’t necessarily the best way forward, as there are so many gorgeous flower options out there that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

Diane Peirce
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