The Amaryllis is not the most common wedding flower, in fact, I tend to think of it as a good addition to or stand alone flower in a unique and abstract arrangement. It’s blooming season is happening as we speak and won’t last much further into the year, making it popular for wintertime weddings and holidays. Its grand blooms grow to be almost 5 inches in diameter and stems can grow 2-4 blooms, for a ton of coverage space in arrangements, which we all know makes it a little easier on the budget. You’ll see it most in a white or red hue but it can also be found in pinks, salmon and orange tints as well as an amazing candy cane look alike with a white base and red stripes over it’s petals. You can see a version of this in a bouquet below. As for the arrangements directly below, though, these are the type of interesting centerpieces I mean. Being that Amaryllis is a bulb flower and the stems are large and hollow with a trumpet effect of a bloom, we are able to achieve modern looks like these. When it comes to bouquets I love the look of these paired up with other flowers or just by themselves. I think by themselves they are soft and gorgeous, and can really be showed off for what they offer. Not to mention, their large size creates a large bouquet without of ton of additions. While Amaryllis is overlooked a lot of the time, I think we need to get it back in view! It is fabulous to look at and great for creating many different looks and styles of florals.