by Stacia JesnerSome like it hot, and brides planning a summer wedding should make sure their blooms qualify. It's important to choose flowers that can stand up to heat and humidity, especially if you're planning an outdoor reception. You're not going to wilt on your big day, so your flowers better not, either! Here, floral designers nationwide give you their top picks for the best blooms from July to early September.Not having a summertime wedding? Check out flower ideas for winter
, and fall
Are you getting married in the summer?
Photo by Susan Pardys Photography
/Floral design by Beautiful Blooms