There are two reasons to be thrilled it's June: weddings and anniversaries.
More people marry this month than any other, and it's not hard to understand why. Warm weather, blue skies, the dawn of summer. And flowers blooming everywhere you look, in a variety of colors and textures. It's almost too easy to make a brilliant bouquet, and we here at Zeidler's Flowers should know---we do weddings. Whether you're looking for a wedding florist or the perfect anniversary design to give your sweetie, we're here to help you with both. Read More about Wedded To June’s Flowers »
If you are planning a wedding or celebrating an anniversary in the month of June, congratulations! You are one of the many couples whose choice of wedding date helped June become the industry's official Wedding Month. At Zeidler's Flowers, we want to make sure the celebration of your big day is nothing short of extraordinary. If you are looking for the best florist to provide your Evansville wedding flowers - or to create an exquisite anniversary bouquet - you've found us! We have over 100 years of history, experience, and excellence.
And We'd Like to Prove it to You: A picture is worth a thousand words, and you can see examples of our handiwork on our Wedding Site, our Pinterest Wedding Boards, and our Facebook page. (be sure to like and follow us!) Read More about Evansville Wedding Flowers & Anniversary Bouquets »
Posted by Debbie Clark on June 9, 2017
| Last Updated: June 11, 2017
Does it seem strange to you that February is National Wedding Month? Here in the Evansville area, the top three months chosen for weddings are June, August, and September, and in reality only about one-tenth of ceremonies take place during February. After all, it's a bit chilly at this time of year. But the National Association of Bridal Consultants shares that the designation has less to do with the number of weddings and more to do with the scheduling of the weddings. To find out how it all works, keep reading! Read More about February Engagements and Weddings »
Posted by Debbie Clark on January 25, 2017
| Last Updated: January 29, 2017