Caribbean Tropical Flowers for Weddings

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Caribbean Tropical Flowers for Weddings
Brightly coloured orchids add an exotic look to your wedding decor. (Andrew Dernie/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Brightly coloured tropical flowers can give a wedding venue a lively island look. Whether you live in a place with a tropical climate like Florida or chilly New England, brighten up your wedding decor with an assortment of tropical flowers to make your wedding attendees feel as if they've just stepped onto a sunny Caribbean island. You'll find various tropical flowers make good wedding decorations, adding a warmth and passion to your romantic day.


Exotic orchids grow in subtropical climates so they are native to many Caribbean locales. Orchids come in a dizzying variety of colours, from delicate yellow to bright fuchsia, so you can find orchids to suit any wedding colour scheme or theme.


The heliconia, which is often transported from countries like Costa Rica, produces bright red and yellow flowers. While these flowers can liven up any bouquet, they also make striking centrepieces, perfect for wedding receptions.


Commonly called the flamingo flower, the anthurium is native to many tropical locations, including the islands of the Caribbean. It comes is a variety of colours, including burgundy and pink, which are often used in wedding decor. It's a heart-shaped flower, which also makes it ideal for weddings.


Part of the Amaryllidacea family, the amaryllis is a perennial plant native to many Caribbean islands. Its flowers have pointed peach-coloured petals that form a star of sorts. These lend themselves well to a classy, muted wedding decor, similar to lilies or tulips.

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