Tropical Bouquet

Fuchsia & Orange Tropical Wedding Flowers ~ Denise’s Inspiration Board

Denise writes:  Our colors are fuchsia and orange. We are having a tropical themed wedding. I’m having trouble deciding how to combine flowers. Roses are an option, but it doesn’t have to be roses.

Denise-Tropical-BouquetBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Lauren Kinsey Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Fête Weddings & Events, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
via The Knot

To recreate and view the beautiful floral stems used in this bright Tropical Bouquet inspiration, click HERE:

  1. 2 Bright Violet Fuchsia Orchids
  2. 3 Orange Tulip Sprays
  3. 2 Orange Ranunculus Sprays
  4. 3 Fuchsia Peony Sprays
  5. Lime Green Orchids
  6. Violet Fuchsia  Peony Bouquet for your bridesmaids
  7. Natural Jute Ribbon to wrap your bouquets


Destination Wedding Flowers ~ Ashley’s Inspiration Board

tropical-ashleyBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Paul Barnett Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Kathy Wright & Co.

{Ashley’s Request}
My colors are pink and orange. I like some green or yellow added maybe, but I am not set on the flower used.  We are getting married November 15, 2014, in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

{Ashley’s Bouquet Details}n
This gorgeous tropical bouquet via Kathy Wright & Co. can be recreated with Orange Open Roses, Birds of Paradise, Fuchsia Roses, Salmon Orchids, Purple Orchids, and Green Orchids.  The Green Orchid Bouquet can be carried by your bridesmaids.  Wrap each bright bouquet with White Satin Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy

Tropical Wedding Flowers ~ Shavonda’s Inspiration Board

Bouquet Inspiration Photo:  LotuStar Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Flower Hawaii

{Shavonda’s Request}
Hi, My wedding theme is tropical paradise. My main color is coral (the peachy pink guava color). I love calla lilies, orchids, birds of paradise and lilies. I also love really bright, vibrant colors. I have no idea where to begin with this project. I know that I want yellow, orange, purple, fuchsia and of course the coral, but I am not certain how to put it together and still have that tropical feel. Please help :-)

{Shavonda’s Bouquet Details}
This bright tropical bouquet via Aloha Island Weddings is recreated with Yellow Orchids, Fuchsia Orchids & Bromeliad, Orange Calla Lilies, Bird of Paradise, and Heliconia, Purple Orchids, Fan Palm Greenery.  Wrap this colorful bouquet with Orange Dupion Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy




Tropical Wedding Flowers ~ Lisa’s Inspiration Board

Bouquet Inspiration:  Mayflowers~ Nashville

Centerpiece Inspiration:  Laura Dombrowski Photography & Tall Tulips Flower Shop

{Lisa’s Request}
Hello, I am getting married August 17th, 2013 . My fiance’ proposed in Cozumel, Mexico so we are going with an ocean theme. I want more vibrant tropical looking bouquets for myself and my 2 bridesmaids.  I love the tropical bouquet on Meghan’s blog.  I would want to take out some of the pink and add bright yellow and a little more darker brighter orange . I like lilies and hibiscus if that an option you would use.  I want a smaller bouquet for myself and 2 bridesmaids (we are having a small private ceremony on the lake followed by the reception, so it’s outdoors).  I am making my own table centerpieces that are 7.5 cylinder vases with small rocks a few shells and a floating candles.  I would like a collaborating stem flower ( an assortment/stem cut off) to sit between the rock, shells, and candle that will match the bouquets also thanks so much.

{Lisa’s Bouquet Details}
This bright and tropical bouquet via Mayflowers~Nashville is recreated with Fuchsia Roses & Calla Lilies, Yellow Calla Lilies, Orange Roses, and Green Orchids.  The Green Orchid Bouquet can be used for your bridesmaid bouquet.  Wrap each bouquet with Hot Pink Ribbon.  The Submersible Orchid Centerpiece via The Knot has Fuchsia Orchids.  Use our premade Calla Lily Boutonniere for the groom and groomsmen.  Happy Planning, Mindy



Sherrise’s Tropical Coral Orange & Fuchsia Pink Inspiration Board

Sherrise writes:
We are debating if we should bring artificial bouquets to our wedding in Mexico or if we should use the flowers that are offered to us at the resort. I think that if we settle with what the resort has, we may not get the look we are hoping for. Our colour scheme is navy blue, grey, and bright coral. I was really hoping for bright flowers to help compliment the navy blue bridesmaid dresses. We would also like the coral to be a bright orange/pink color as opposed to a light pink kind of coral. I wouldn’t say we had a favourite flower but we don’t particularly like roses. We look forward to hearing from you!

Sherrise, this inspiration photo for your Mexico Wedding from Pretty Chicky via Jessica Lewis features a bouquet with Fuchsia Lotus Flowers and Tulips, Orange Garden Lilies & Tulips and our Premade Tropical Orchid Bouquet.  To accent your bouquet use Tropical Leaves and Fuchsia Satin Ribbon.