Pink & Navy Classic Wedding Flowers ~ Tara’s Inspiration Board

Tara writes:  My dress is ivory, our wedding colors are navy blue and silver, my maid of honor’s dress is navy blue. I haven’t a clue as to what I want or should do for our bouquets. Colors???? Types of flowers????? Our style is classic and simple.

Tara-Pink-&-NavyBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Kristen Weaver Photography
via F H Weddings & Events

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

  1. 9 Dark Pink English Roses
  2. 9 Pink Peony Sprays
  3. Fuchsia & Pink rose Bouquet for your bridesmaids
  4. Navy Blue Satin Ribbon to wrap your bouquets

Happy Planning, Mindy

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Rustic Pink Wedding Flowers ~ Crystal’s Inspiration Board

Crystal writes:  Hi, I am getting ready for an August wedding and am having difficulties deciding what flowers to use. My bridesmaids will be wearing black dresses, all different. I would like the colors of the flowers to be be different shades of cream, green, and pinks. We are going for a rustic chic look. It’s not going to be fancy, but nothing to informal either. For our table decorations we will be having 3 different size vases with flowers and branches in them. Please help!

Crystal-PurpleBouquet Inspiration Photo:  James Christianson  |  Floral Designer:  Jolene Hilliard
via Elizabeth Anne Designs

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this vintage inspiration bouquet, please click on items below:

  1. 5 Pink Peony Sprays
  2. Purple French Lavender Sprays
  3. 3 Green Berry Sprays
  4. 1 Fuchsia Blossom Sprays
  5. Cream Ranunculus Bush
  6. Pink Ranunculus Sprays
  7. Dusty Miller Greenery Sprays
  8. Wrap your bouquet with Black Lace Ribbon

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Vintage Dahlia Wedding Flowers ~ Sarah’s Inspiration Board

Sarah writes:  My wedding colours are pink, mint green, and champagne :)

Sarah-DahliaBouquet Inspiration Photo:  This Modern Romance  |  Floral Designer:  Janie Medley Flora Design
via The Bride’s Cafe

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this vintage inspiration bouquet, please click HERE:

  1. 3 Pink Cream Ranunculus Sprays
  2. 7 Cream Anemones
  3. 5 Yellow Pink Dahlia Sprays
  4. 3 Cream Gerbera Daisy Sprays
  5. 3 Cream Scabiosa Sprays
  6. 3 Lamb’s Ear Greenery
  7. Wrap your bouquet with Ivory Lace Ribbon

Happy Planning, Mindy




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Peach Pink & Gold Wedding Flowers ~ Stephanie’s Inspiration Board

Stephanie writes:  Hi! My wedding is going to be in September. I’m marrying a marine, who will be in his dress blues. I want my colors to compliment that, but stay with my inspiration as well. I want gold and cream as the main colors, with splashes of pastel peaches and pinks with greenery in the flowers. I’m going for a romantic, natural and somewhat garden-inspired wedding. I’m going to have many small cocktail tables and would like small centerpieces staying romantic/natural looking.

Stephanie-Peach-GoldBouquet Inspiration Photo: Ameris  |  Floral Designer:  Claire Day Flowers

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this romantic inspiration bouquet, please click HERE:

  1. 5 Yellow Pink Dahlias
  2. 2 Rose Pink Garden Rose Spray
  3. 5 White Ranunculus Sprays
  4. 3 Peach Tea Rose Sprays
  5. 3 Gold Glittered Leaf Sprays
  6. 1 Leatherleaf Greenery Bush
  7. Blush Rose Bouquet for your bridesmaids
  8. Wrap your bouquets with Gold Shimmer Ribbon and
  9. Gold Satin Ribbon

Happy Planning, Mindy

blush and gold centerpieceBlush Pink, Peach, and Gold Centerpiece in a Gold Pedestal Vase with Gold Candles



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Top Tips: Coordinating Wedding Party Flowers

Brides planning your wedding party’s flowers around your bridal bouquet can be easy.  Don’t get overwhelmed with too many choices when deciding on bridesmaids’ bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages.

If you’ve settled on your wedding flowers and bouquet style your work is half way done.  Coordinating the rest of the wedding party’s flower arrangements will be based off the decisions you’ve made for your bridal bouquet.

Wedding colors  + Wedding flowers + Bridal bouquet style =

A Good Start in Coordinating Your Bridal Party Flowers

The bride’s bouquet is going to be more elaborate, typically consisting of two- three types of flowers and color choices.  That gives you more options to break down flower arrangements into smaller bridesmaid bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages.

The bridal party flowers are going to be an extension of your more elaborate bridal bouquet.  They are meant to accent and complement the main focal piece carried by the bride who should be the center of attention on her wedding day!

Lets take a look at two different bridal bouquets and their coordinating bridesmaid bouquet and boutonniere:

Hot Pink and Black Wedding Flowers;;;

Hot Pink and Black Wedding Flowers;;;

Hot Pink and Black

The hot pink and black bridal bouquet is composed of three types and colors of flowers with some dramatic black feather and rhinestone accents.  It gives us a great start to break down flowers into smaller and simpler arrangements.

The bridesmaid bouquet borrows one type of flower from the larger bouquet.  A simple hand-tied gerbera daisy bouquet captures the same style with black ribbon accents and touches of rhinestones.  The boutonniere pulls all three color choices together with a simple flower combination.

Three different arrangements that work together by coordinating flowers and colors.

Rose Peony Pink White Peach Wedding Flowers;

Rose Peony Pink White Peach Wedding Flowers;

Pink, White and Peach

The peony and rose bouquet in pink and white is a fresh, full arrangement perfect for a spring or rustic wedding.  The bridesmaid bouquet is a smaller, fun version of the larger bouquet.  It uses the same peony stems and mixes in a new peach color in roses accented by baby’s breath.  The boutonnieres keep it traditional and simple with white rose buds and baby’s breath.

These arrangements work with slight variations in colors and flowers but the underlying style remains the same to create  beautiful, fresh wedding flower arrangements.

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