The ‘African Violet’ for Your Winter Wedding

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The ‘African Violet’ for Your Winter Wedding

No wedding is complete without beautiful flowers, and as we always remind our brides every season has its flowers that you can use for your wedding day.

When it comes to wedding flowers, brides' tastes are different, some brides love white wedding flowers, while others love colorful floral wedding arrangements, which can include many different flowers and blooms such as bougainvillea flowers.

But if you are getting married this winter, then you should go for a winter flower, such as the stunning African Violet!

The African Violet plants, also known as Saintpaulia, are winter plants that grow well indoors. The petals of the African Violet flower are soft and velvety, and certain African Violet plants have white outer edging on the petals which also add a great touch to your bouquet.

They come in many beautiful warm colors that make them perfect for winter weddings. African violets are available in a wide range of colors and types. You may choose from several hundred varieties depending upon the flower color, form, and plant characteristics you prefer. Color varies from blue to violet, lavender, pink, red-violet, blue-violet, lavender-pink, and white.

Group African Violet pots together with minimum effort to create beautiful centerpieces. The beauty of this idea is that you can give away individual pots of African Violets as your wedding favors. Your guests will love receiving a practical idea that they can keep, take care of and see it grow into a beautiful indoor plant. 

Use African Violets in your wedding bouquet, toss petals on your wedding cake, create the groom's boutonnière from African Violets to come up with a full-scale African Violet wedding theme. 

What is great about this flower is that it is also edible, so you can include it in your wedding cake, wedding desserts, and even salads.

So how can you include this beautiful and fragile flower in your wedding? Here are some ideas we love!