National Wedding Month is observed in February, a fact that many find a bit surprising. Although the month does not represent the most wedding ceremonies performed, it does present us with other justifications for its designation. For instance, the most romantic day of the year sits in the middle of February, and Valentine’s Day does inspire quite a few proposals. Not only that. when looking at individual days that are chosen for weddings, Valentine’s Day also ranks near the top of the list. From proposal to anniversary celebrations, the floral design experts at Bice’s Florist have all the gorgeous flowers, bouquets, and arrangements that will inspire your heart.
A Little Quick Trivia: Each year, approximately 2.3 million couples get married in the United States – that is an average of 6,200 weddings per day!February tops another statistic that bolsters its position as National Wedding Month – more people begin their wedding planning in this month than any other of the calendar year. This is most likely due to the fact that the majority of proposals take place over Christmas. New Year’s – and as people begin to settle back into a routine after all the holidays, planning begins! If you are planning a Fort Worth area wedding, you should be in contact with Bice’s Florist at least 6-8 months before our wedding day. (earlier is better!)
A Rare February Wedding: One of the most popular dates to get married only occurs every 4 years. February 29th, which only occurs during a Leap Year, is a top choice for couples looking for a unique way to celebrate their nuptials.
If you got married in February and are celebrating an anniversary, make it distinct from all of the other romance of the month – after all, your spouse deserves extra recognition on this special day. Afer choosing your Valentine’s roses, head on over to our collection of gorgeous lilies, orchids, mixed flower bouquets and more for your anniversary bouquet. She will love you for it. This February (and every month), Bice’s Florist is your one-stop source for romance in Fort Worth.