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Gilly's Lilies in Lewisburg, PA specializes in flower arrangements that make your wedding day perfect. From the flowers lining the aisle at your wedding venue to the flowers on tables at the reception, we work with you personally to make sure your designs are special to you and your day. 

All of our designs are unique to Gilly's Lilies, and we are happy to work with any budget. This website has examples of our pieces, so please know that each design can be adjusted to meet your specifics. Your floral wish is our command!

Seasonal Flower Guide

If you are looking for specific flowers, we are able to source them!


Bells of Ireland, Boronia, Casa Blanca Lily, Daffodil, Delphinium, Hyacinth, Lilacs, Peony, Ranunculus, Star Gazer Lily, Sweetpea, Tulip.


Alstromeria, Bells of Ireland, Chrysanthemum, English Lavender, Forget-me-not, Freesia, Gerbera, Dahlia, Hydrangea, Iris, Larkspur, Lily, Lisianthus, Queen Anne's Lace, Snapdragons, Statice. 


Aster, Chrysanthemum, Dahlia, Marigold, Statice, Zinnia, Foliage.


Amaryllis, Anemone, Camellias, Cosmos, Holly, Jasmine, Narcissus, Poinsettia, Ranunculus, Star of Bethlehem, Sweetpea, Tulips.

How can I save money on wedding flowers?

  1. Discuss Your Budget With Your Florist.

  2. Stay Local and Seasonal. 

  3. Sometimes Bigger Isn't Always Better.

  4. Re-purpose Your Flowers. 

  5. Go With Greens.

  6. Choose Bigger Blooms.

  7. Prioritize What's Most Important. 

  8. Keep It Simple.

What do you need to know before you start planning the flowers for a wedding?

The venue and date are obviously important so we have an idea of what will work stylistically and the flowers that will be available. It’s also helpful to know what the dress looks like, but that shouldn’t be rushed. If necessary, we can start on the overall scheme and wait until the gown is selected to decide on the design for the bridal bouquet.

*Another handy tip to know!

When searching for images of wedding bouquets, keep in mind pictures are often enhanced or muted by photographers. 

 If you are looking for a particular color, or flower, make sure to research the stem in it's natural form for true appearance.