Hello! I’m helping my sister-in-law-to-be with her wedding flowers. She’s planning a vintage wedding. Her colors are navy, cocoa, and champagne. I’m imagining roses, hydrangea, ranunculus, maybe some anemones and thistle… I’ve seen bouquets with “vintage” accents, buttons, old brooches, pins and things and I kind of like that. I’m picturing it all very feminine and soft. I’m just intimidated by the navy… how do I incorporate it? Thanks so much for your help!
Jackie, this bouquet inspiration from Modish Wed shows you how beautiful the color blue can be incorporated in a wedding bouquet. This bouquet includes Creamy Anemones, Roses & Tulips, and Blue Delphinium & Hydrangea. Wrap with a delicate Sheer Cream Ribbon. The bride can add her own personal touch by decorating the stem or flowers of her bouquet with old brooches or pins. Buttons or Pearls can be hot glued in the centers of a few flowers to add that vintage feeling. Happy Planning, Mindy