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Birth Flowers

If the meaning of the flower or the colour isn’t doing it for you, here’s another way of choosing that special flower, or maybe the colour of the birthstone. Something I’ve never heard of until researching this article, it seems like something fun you could do to incorporate the birth month of you and your groom. Or for something really unique, give the bridesmaid the flower of their birth month. Just try to get similar colours to bring it together.

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January

Flower – Carnation
Stone – Garnet

April

Flower – Daisy or Gerbera
Stone – Diamond

July

Flower – Tulip
Stone – Garnet

October

Flower – Marigold
Stone – Opal / Tourmaline

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February

Flower – Iris or Violet
Stone – Amethyst

May

Flower – Lily of the Valley
Stone – Emerald

August

Flower – Poppy or Gladiolus
Stone – Peridot

November

Flower – Chrysanthemum
Stone – Citrine

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March

Flower – Daffodil
Stone – Aquamarine

June

Flower – Rose
Stone – Pearl / Alexandrite

September

Flower – Aster
Stone – Sapphire

December

Flower – Holly or Narcissus
Stone – Turquiose / Tanzanite

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