For Brides with Allergies: Fragrance Free Wedding Flowers

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For Brides with Allergies: Fragrance Free Wedding Flowers

Many brides get excited about choosing the perfect wedding flowers and wedding bouquet that they forget about one very important thing, ALLERGIES!

If you're a bride who has allergies from certain flowers, or strong fragrances, then the last thing you want at your wedding is a runny nose, red teary eyes, and continuous sneezing.

But you don't have to worry, you can still have the wedding of your dreams and avoid the drama of allergies, all you have to do is use the right flowers.

You can find some flowers with less strong smells, or even better, flowers that don't have any scent at all but still look beautiful.

Another tip is to mix and match the flowers as you wish without worrying about your allergies!

Here are some flowers with minimal scents to use at weddings.


Hydrangeas can be used as beautiful fillers and combined with other flowers and can be used on their own as well.

They are feminine and not so fragile so they are perfect for wedding flower arrangements or a wedding bouquet.


Ranunculus are available in a variety of different colors, they are also very delicate and have very thin petals but they can add tons of texture to any arrangement.


Snapdragons are an elegant choice for adding height and texture to your wedding flower arrangements. What is great about them is that they are available all year long.


Tulips are one of the most popular wedding flowers and a favorite among brides. They come in many different colors and go perfectly with any wedding color and theme.

Check this out: "15 Breathtaking Tulip Wedding Bouquets For The Spring Bride".


These uniquely shaped open blooms are beautiful and come exotic colors and are perfect for bouquets and flower arrangements.

Mokara Orchids

Mokara Orchids are beautiful when combined with other flowers and blooms but they are also beautiful when they are by themselves as well.


Anemones have over 150 species and come in a variety of shades, but the types most commonly used for weddings are white with a blue- or purple-hued center.

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