Hydrangeas…Big, beautiful clusters of small, delicate flowers ranging in colors from deep blue and purple to soft pink and creamy white. Not only species determine the shades of these flowers… soil acidity or alkalai play a big part in their final hue as well. Hydrangeas are in season from early Spring through Fall but are easily accessible all year long. Symbolizing friendship, they are a favorite of both designers and brides alike. Hydrangeas are one of the most common wedding flowers used in wedding bouquets and centerpieces. Due to their vintage flair, they can either be the center of attention in wedding floral arrangements or fill in to create full, luscious bouquets. Below we have gathered together gorgeous pairings including this beauty to give you ideas for creating your own unique wedding flower designs.
Our first set of arrangements is from Collin Cowie Weddings (one of our favorite sights). Gigantic blue and purple hydrangeas mixed with dusty mauve roses fill this beautiful classic urn: Vines, white delphinium and white roses pair well with bright purple and blue hydrangeas, too: Lamb’s ear, white orchids and hydrangeas mixed with lightly sprayed branches create a to-die-for wedding alter: Classic and Grand white hydrangeas: Soft, subtle and exquisitely delicate pinks paired with roses and orchids: Collin Cowee, you’re the best!
Vintage-inspired and purely romantic… We found these beautiful groupings on The Wedding of My Dreams: Incredible wedding arrangements! We hope this has helped you with your wedding day flower ideas. If you need assistance with creating beautiful wedding flowers, please give us a call. Bella Flowers will help you make your wedding day unforgettable.