Blue Thistle

When it comes to rustic weddings, nothing works quite as well as the wildflower feel of the blue thistle. These unique and spiky blue flowers are often used in a boutonnière as well as spring bouquets. 

Stock Flowers

Delicate and closely knit blooms are the identifying characteristics of these springtime flowers. The contest from their darker green leaves to the immaculate white flowers really help make the stock flower pop whenever it is used.


Similar in most ways to the Larkspur, with the royal blue color and long stems, the main distinguishing attribute is they have stronger petals. You really can’t go wrong with either!


Famous for its rich blue color and distinct aroma, larkspurs are a symbol of optimism wherever they are placed. These breathtaking stems filled to the brim with small yet vibrant blue blooms are versatile and can be used across an array of wedding styles and...


Peonies are one of the most popular flowers for weddings. From their heavily petaled, pillow-like bloom to their unmistakable spring fragrance, these popular flowers are a must-have in any wedding arrangement this year.


Forsythia bring out the joy and upbeat colors and shapes to any bouquet they are a part of. Their long branches filled with bursts of yellow blooms are easily adjustable and some unique textures to leafy green backdrops.