We wanted to take a moment to highlight a flower that is not only beautiful in gardens but also beautiful in bridal arrangements! For incredible texture and color Hyacinth is the perfect Spring Flower. Although their stem length is not very long (on average around 10 inches long–bloom included), they can be easily incorporated into any tall arrangement with the help of a pick and floral wire! FiftyFlowers offers Grape Hyacinth (Muscari) and Standard varieties both just as beautiful, which you’ll see examples of below. But first, check out their bloom process!

Hyacinth Flower Spotlight - FiftyFlowers

FiftyFlowers – Hyacinth Blooming Time Lapse

You may know Grape Hyacinth as Muscari (or vice versa). These two names are often interchangeable among floral professionals. However, most know them as Grape Hyacinth which is very fitting name since the blooms resemble a grape-like appearance. These flowers are known for their stunning shades of blue! Add a couple stems into your arrangement for a touch of your “something blue.” As you can see in the photos below, they make the cutest boutonnieres! FiftyFlowers offers standard Hyacinths in an array of colors, including a beautiful farm mix pack. These fragrant flowers have multiple star-shaped blooms, delicately clustered toward the top of each stem.You can also remove some of the tiny blooms from the stalk and create a wire “stem” to use them on their own (which you can see in the row of boutonnieres below). Hyacinth would be gorgeous on its own or in a mixed arrangement, which you can see from these inspiration photos! 

Flower Spotlight: Hyacinth - FiftyFlowers

{Sources: Pink bouquet with Ranunculus and Sweet Peas, Centerpiece with Garden Roses and Tulips, Boutonnieres with single Hyacinth blooms, Boutonniere with sprig of Rosemary, Bouquet with orange Ranunculus and Tulips, Boutonniere with lavender tie, All-Hyacinth centerpiece in mercury glass vase, Flower crown with Sweet Peas,
Purple and green bouquet with Veronica.}

Looking for more Spring inspiration? Check out our Flower Stories section (you can sort by season at the top!) or head over to our Spring Weddings Pinterest board!

from FiftyFlowers the Blog