8 Ways to Save on Wedding Flowers Stay in Season “An experienced florist knows that the most beautiful, cost-effective flowers are whatever’s currently available,” says Rebecca Feeney of Custom Event Group in St. Helena, California. “Otherwise, they have to be flown in from far away.” Think tulips and daffodils in the spring, roses and peonies in summer, hydrangeas in the fall, and amaryllis in winter.
We briefly talked about the amaryllis bouquet to bring in the burgundy. It's a totally different style than the baby's breath but it could also be done with white flowers. We could also just use the amaryllis flowers in random little vases to bring in the burgundy colour on various tables, mis-matched around the room.