These bouquets are perfectly pink but perfectly distinct. Some are classic and romantic while others are fun & flirty! Get inspired and learn about the blossoms that make these bouquets so unique!
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This elegant wedding at The Boston Public Library features shades of pink and cream blossoms with navy elements. Lush roses and hydrangea with stock and lisianthus were signature blossoms throughout the event. Trailing ivy on the reception tables as well as on the groom’s boutonniere added romantic green elements.
A common color that couples love to pull into their wedding flowers is pink. Pink is a great shade that mixes well with various colors. The color pink is known to symbolize unconditional love and therefore is a beautifully symbolic choice for wedding celebrations. In flowers, many blossoms naturally grow in shades of pink. We as designers are able to play with tone and texture with these pink blossoms. Crepey, delicate pink lisianthus, lush, petal-loaded garden roses, & textural pink hydrangea are just some of our favorites!
From soft and powdery to bright and vibrant, get inspiration from these pink blossoms below!
1. Pink Peonies with Blue Hydrangea, Apricot Stock, and Hot Pink Spider Gerbera
2. Pink Garden Roses with White Majolica Spray Roses & White Queen Anne's Lace
3. Raspberry Peonies with Pink Sweetpea, White Peonies, & Peach Stock
4. Pink Roses & Lisianthus with White Hydrangea and Phaleonopsis Orchids
5. Powder Pink Ranunculus & Peonies with Dusty Miller
This beautiful Boston wedding at the Fairmont Copley Plaza featured a blush palette with soft notes of pink and ivory. Cascading greens gave the bridal bouquet a natural feel mixed with lush pink peonies and soft ivory roses. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses and sweet pea. Their all-ivory bouquets looked gorgeous against their powdery blush dresses. At the reception, gold pillared centerpieces dripped with ivy and lemon-leaf, filled with roses, peonies, and white apple blossoms. Low centerpieces had the same mix of blossoms and glowed next to mercury glass votive candles.