Post # 17
I am also so in love with lily of the valley but I have never realized that the price is so stiff! You might make an estimate about how many stems you need for a small bouquet here: http://sistersflowers.blogspot.com/2011/04/lets-do-math-lily-of-valley.html
Post # 18
Well, I think that it’s safe to say many others are going to be wanting Lily of the Valley bouquets now!
Post # 19
I have Lily of the Valley growing in my backyard. Since they are seasonal flowers and only grow for a few weeks of the year, I expect them to be around for another week or week and a half tops –unfortunately 🙁
Since so many people are expressing interest in them, I would be more than willing to sell them cheaper (if anyone is interested).
Post # 20
- Wedding: August 2020 - Oakland Manor
Thought you might enjoy this blog post from a florist http://www.sprout-flowers.com/2011/05/flowers-fit-for-future-queen-lily-of.html
Post # 21
think about adding white lilac, bouvardia, sweet peas, stock, freesia, or stephanotis to make your bouquet larger and more fragrant……….
Post # 22
It was difficult to see how many I’d need, but with info from my florist she came up with something gorgeous! The scent is like no other.
Good luck to Brides who are considering this.
Post # 23
Lily of the Valley is one of my favorite flowers as well, but I know with a July wedding, it’s not feasible price-wise for being out of season.
I’m hoping to use some during my bridal shower next year, when we have them blooming along the front steps to our house and along the back wall of the house in early to mid-May. The smell is fantastic!
Post # 24
I really want a Lily of the Valley bouquet as it was my late Grandmothers favourite flower. I’d like my BM’s to carry a single white rose with a green ribbon tied around.