orange wedding bouquet

Orange Wedding Flowers ~ Meghann’s Inspiration Board

Meghann writes: My wedding is on November 29th at a historic mansion. Our colors are navy and orange. The bridesmaids will be in navy and the groomsmen in gray suits and a navy tie with thin orange stripes. My dress is in an off-white. Because of our location, I want a vintage-feel to my flowers. I was thinking that because our wedding party will be wearing a lot of navy, my bridesmaids could carry a bouquet of orange (and maybe off-white) flower and I could do mostly orange, with some white and blue.

Meghann-OrangeBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Eden Day Photography  |  Floral Designer: L&S Design Co
via Style Me Pretty

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this orange and navy, please click on items below:

  1. 3 Orange Poppies
  2. 5 Cream Anemones
  3. 3 Peach Rose Spray
  4. 5 Orange Ranunculus Sprays
  5. 2 Orange Berry Sprays
  6. 5 Cream Garden Roses
  7. 1 Blue Berry Sprays
  8. Orange Rose Bouquet for your bridesmaids
  9. Blue Jute Ribbon to wrap your bouqeuts

Happy Planning, Mindy


Orange & Navy Wedding Flowers ~ Renee’s Inspiration Board

Orange-and-Navy-ReneeBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Leigh Webber Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Stems

{Renee’s Request}
My dress is ivory with champagne details, the groom and groomsmen will be wearing tan linen, the bridesmaid dresses are navy. We would like orange as our accent color in centerpieces and flowers. The wedding ceremony will be held in a large home built in 1881. The interior of home is done in creams and gold.

{Renee’s Bouquet Details}
This orange and cream bouquet via Southern Weddings can be recreated with Creamy Beige Roses & Peonies, Coral Roses, Orange Orchids, Golden Yellow Ranunculus, and Pittosporum & Dusty Miller Greenery.  To finish, wrap with Navy Blue Satin  Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy

navy and orange centerpieceOrange Centerpiece with Orange Roses, Orchids, & Zinnias in a Gold Vase
via Southern Weddings



Purple Orange & White Wedding Flowers ~ Emily’s Inspiration Board

orange-purple-bouquet-EmilyBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Troy Grover Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Inviting Occasions

{Emily’s Request}
The wedding theme is black and white with flashes of color. The flashes of color are eggplant, bright orange, and malibu blue. I would love for my wedding bouquet to be eggplant, bright orange, and white. While the boutonnieres and bridesmaids flowers are eggplant, with wisps of white or bright orange. I love calla lilies, oriental poppies, and orchids. Also, I want my bridal bouquet to be large and full, while the bridesmaids bouquets are more like arm laying bouquets, not standing upright.

{Emily’s Bouquet Details}
This luscious orange bouquet via Style Me Pretty can be recreated with Orange Poppies & Roses, Eggplant Calla Lilies, Pink Poppies, Salmon Orchids, Yellow Orchids, and Pittosporum Greenery.  To finish the bouquet, wrap with Black or Coral Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy


Orange Wedding Flowers ~ Cassondra’s Inspiration Board


{Cassondra’s Request}
My wedding colors are orange, coral, and teal/turquoise with possibly a light-bright shade of purple for accent. I am having trouble finding the ‘perfect’ bouquets.  Thank You!

{Cassondra’s Bouquet Details}
This bright and festive bouquet via A Floral Affair is recreated with Orange Day Lilies & Open Roses, Pink Open Roses, Lilac  Button Pom Pom Mums , Violet Orchids, and Onion Grass Greenery.  Wrap with Turquoise Ribbon to add a dash of your color scheme.   Happy Planning, Mindy



Coral Peach Green Rustic Wedding Flowers ~ Stacey’s Inspiration Board

Bouquet Inspiration Photo:  Cramer Photo  |  Floral Designer:  Pat’s Floral Designs

{Stacey’s Request}
We are planning an outdoor “classy country” wedding for April 2014. The event will take place in the evening with the reception in a restored cabin. We’ve already chosen to do mason jars, tin buckets and vases filled with river rocks/floating candles all decorated in lace, twine and burlap for our centerpieces. Tables will be white with burlap runners and our ceremony arbor will be made of “twigs.” I need help deciding flowers that will complement both an outside ceremony and an indoor reception while still having that country charm. I’d prefer colors white, coral , peach or green.

{Stacey’s Bouquet Details}
This rustic bouquet via The Knot is recreated with Coral Dahlias, Green Blossom & Berry Sprays, Orange Ranunculus, Peach Blossom Branches & Dahlias, Beige Baby Cosmos, and Peach Rose Buds.  To finish the bouquet, wrap in Sack Cloth Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy