beautiful blush wedding flowers

A blush wedding colour scheme is such an elegant choice and can add a glamorous and understated feel to your wedding day. If you have chosen a blush wedding colour scheme for your big day then you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to looking for the perfect wedding flowers.

Take a look at just a few of my favourite ideas for blush wedding flowers – perfect for your bridal bouquet and your wedding décor.

pretty blush wedding flowers

Images: Top Row Left via The Knot | Top Row Right via Wedluxe | Second Row Left via Once Wed | Second Row Right via For Creative Juice | Third Row via Pinterest | Bottom Row Left via Style Me Pretty | Bottom Row Right via Martha Stewart Weddings

Roses

Meaning: Beautiful pink roses are said to represent grace, joy and sweetness.

We can’t talk about blush colour schemes without taking a closer look at roses. Not only are roses simply beautiful and available in a range of pink and blush tones, they are also hardy. The thick stems make them perfect for a long lasting bridal bouquet and wedding decor ideas that will stay fresh all day.

Roses can be beautifully mixed with other bridal blooms or can look just as stunning as a single flower choice. They always look amazing and it’s easy to see why they are consistently one of the most popular wedding flowers.

Peonies

Meaning: Pretty peonies represent romance, good fortune and a happy marriage – what could be more perfect for your wedding day?

I have always had a soft spot for peonies and they took centre stage in my own bridal bouquet (pictured) – tied together with some additional lace from my wedding dress.

There’s something so romantic about peonies, in their delicate pink shade with layers upon layers of pretty petals, curving together to create a stunning flower. Peonies can also be teamed with roses to make a beautiful on-trend floral wedding arch that would be perfect for your wedding ceremony or as a stunning backdrop for your wedding photographs.

Clematis

Meaning: The pretty clematis is said to represent mental beauty.

The clematis flower has been making somewhat of a statement at weddings in recent months. This pretty and symmetrical flower can be chosen in ivory or pale pink to compliment your blush themed wedding day.

This gentle flower is very delicate and looks its best when nestled amongst larger flowers that will give your bridal bouquet more structure.

beautiful blush wedding flowers

Images: Top Row Left via Claire Lau Photography | Top Row Right via Love Life Luxe | Second Row Left via Kibuck | Second Row Right via Ruffled Blog | Third Row Left via Martha Stewart Weddings (as before) | Third Row Right via Rory Wylie | Bottom Row Left via Style Me Pretty (as before) | Bottom Row Right via One Wed

Anemone

Meaning: One of the ancient meanings of the anemone is anticipation and excitement for the future – something you will definitely be feeling on your wedding day!

With its dark centre, the anemone is a statement flower that is perfect for brides looking for blooms that are pretty yet unique. This bold choice can also be perfect for your wedding centrepieces, offering something a little bit different that traditional roses or lilies.

Orchid

Meaning: The orchid represents strength, beauty and love.

Pretty orchids can be a stunning addition to your blush wedding palette. This unusual shape of flower will look gorgeous in your bridal bouquet and can make the perfect statement wedding centrepiece.

Due to their delicate nature and price, you may want to mix your blush pink orchids in with hardier and more cost effective flowers – such as roses.

Top Tips for Creating a Blush Colour Scheme

  • Don’t be afraid to mix your flowers – A palette of varied blush tones will look amazing and you won’t then be spending hours trying to match every wedding detail to one specific shade
  • Spend your budget wisely – If you are looking to create an elegant feel with blush flowers then hold back some of your budget from other areas so you can go bold with your blooms

Speak to your florist about which flowers are in season and suit your colour scheme

 

Written by Caroline Hendry


  • Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>