Purple Flowers for Weddings on a Budget
Purple is one of the most popular wedding colors. Many brides opt for a whole purple theme, therefore finding the right purple wedding flowers with an affordable price tag becomes many brides’ major concerns. Therefore 2 principles you should always keep in mind order to find inexpensive flowers for your wedding, which are:
- Choose flowers that are in season
- Choose 1-2 types of flowers and buy in bulk
Most florists have quite a hefty price tag on cut flowers compared to supermarkets and wholesale farmer markets. So do some research around in your area to find out where the flowers are grown and sold in wholesale quantities.
Below is a list of the most popular and cheapest purple wedding flowers, hope that you will find your true match here 🙂
Many brides are hesitant to use carnations as they have the reputations of being funeral flowers. But that’s old news now, for the past few seasons carnations have made a comeback and become one of the most popular wedding flowers. And have I mentioned “inexpensive”?
Lilacs are find favorite summer flowers. The smell is heavenly and I love the romantic way the flowers flow. So perfect for a summer garden wedding! And the best part is that you can get them for an extremely cheap price for even for free if they are grown a lot in your area.
Purple spider mums
Spider mums are always known for their affordable prices. In addition, their big blooms also mean that you would need less stems to fill a bouquet or a centerpiece.
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Statice is usually used as a filler flower but I think they are beautiful on their own also. You could experiment the look by trying out the combination of statice and other purple flowers or them alone.
Roses are available all year round and also known for being budget friendly. The commonly sold purple roses are a bit light in color so if you want a deeper shade of purple, they might cost you a bit more. For a summer purple bouquet, roses would go so beautiful with lilacs. Such a fragrant bouquet, I could imagine!
For a little bit higher price tag (however this is subjected to where you live, you might be able to get these flowers at a good price also!), there are also popular purple wedding flowers, such as: calla lily, orchid, lisianthus, lavender, iris, hydrangea, dahlia and freesia.