If you’re planning a spectacular floral or garden wedding, the best time to hold it (but of course, not strictly necessary) would be in the spring. Not only will you have the whole range of typical spring flowers to choose from, but also be able to use the once-a-year flowering bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, jonquils, hyacinth, freesias and irises (for instance). And of course pretty spring blossoms such as cherry blossoms, orange blossom and more. These can be used in both your bridal bouquet and to decorate the church/wedding venue with and also at the reception. Another great idea would be to use the same type of flowers in your table centrepieces on the reception tables. Oh, and of course the weather in spring is definitely a big improvement on winter, so if you’re thinking of an outdoor wedding the weather should be a lot kinder. Here are some floral wedding invites to give you a few ideas . . .