Those who consider themselves classic romantics with boho style will certainly love these wholesale lilies from Blooms by the Box. These elegant and delicate flowers are a popular wedding trend due to their ability to be matched with a wide variety of floral styles. They look elegant when paired with more classic flower types like roses or tulips. However, lilies also look lovely as part of a more freeform wildflower bouquet or centerpiece.
Another benefit of working with lilies for your DIY wedding flowers or event flowers is that they come in so many beautiful colors. You can find white and pink lilies, orange lilies, peach lilies and so much more. Our lily wholesale prices also make it possible to get so many more flowers with your budget than if you went through a traditional florist. So check out our DIY tutorials and get ready to turn these bulk lilies from Blooms by the Box into stunning floral displays.
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As you browse our inventory, you’ll find Asiatic lilies as well as Oriental lilies. Asiatic lilies are native to several areas of Asia and produce hardy blooms in a wide variety of pastel and bold hues. Unlike Oriental lilies, Asiatic lilies do not have a fragrant aroma. Oriental lilies are native to Japan and produce large blooms typically in white and shades of pink and pink and white combinations. They also have a distinct, heavy scent. Depending on the color, lilies carry different meanings; white symbolizes purity and virtue; pink (stargazer) represents prosperity and abundance; red symbolizes passion; orange (tiger) represents confidence and pride; and yellow lilies symbolize thankfulness and enjoyment. Armed with this knowledge, you can create many meaningful bouquets, centerpieces and arrangements for any celebratory occasion.
Did you know that in China, lilies are used in weddings because they are tied to 100 years of love and good luck? Christians associate lilies, especially Madonna lilies, with the Virgin Mary, while Assyrians and Babylonians associated lilies with the goddess of fertility, Ishtar.