14 Blooms that Won’t Wilt on Your Wedding Day 

Rain or shine, there seems to be enough humidity in Singapore’s atmosphere that can spell trouble for your wedding florals. It’s a common worry among brides — but a good florist, coupled with the right choice of florals can remedy this!

Are you now checking out blooms for the big day? We recommend a blend of the following blooms that can withstand tropical weather:

1. Roses

This is your all-weather friend. Most rose varieties do well in many climates.roses

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2. Anemone

Choose spring or summer-blooming anemones for the best effect!

anemone

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3. Jasmine Vine

This perennial likes warmth, but not overly hot weather. Match with other blooms for a cascading effect.

jasmine vine

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4. Calla Lilies

Most of these bulbs are tropical and require warm weather to be planted – so they will be right at home in your garden wedding.

calla lily

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5. Carnations

They may be delicate, but they grow best during spring and summer.

carnation

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6. Camellia

Camellias thrive in a wide range of conditions – choose ones that bloom in the spring or summer.

camellia

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7. Freesia

The Freesia is the most heat tolerant flowering bulbs in hot climates.

freesia

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8. Lisianthus

These rose look-alikes love warm humid weather!

lisianthus

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9. Dahlias

Dahlias grow and flower best in a well-drained, sunny sites.

dahlia

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10. Orchids

Orchids make great cascading bouquets! Choose warm-weather orchids for best results.

orchids

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11. Gerbera Daisies

Gerbera daisies need full sun to grow, so they are right at home in tropical weather.

daisy

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12. Succulents

Succulents are beautiful plants with very little care needed.

succulent

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13. Hydrangea

Hydrangeas appreciate moderate to warm weather, when they’re actively growing.

hydrangea

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14. Sunflowers

Add a pop of color to your wedding march with this bloom. They’re not called sunflowers for nothing!

sunflower

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