Brides who choose blue wedding bouquets have, not surprisingly, a great affinity for flowers. After all, no matter what shade of blue a bride chooses, this hue will jump out against the pale white or ivory of a wedding gown. Depending on the flowers and shades your florist uses, blue can communicate a variety of moods: Crisp and proper navy, shocking electric blue, or ethereal cloud blue. Many flowers don’t sport the exact blue we seek in nature, but today’s realistic floral tints mean no flower is out of reach for those who desire blue blooms.
What blue flowers are in bouquet?
Although there aren’t tons of blue flowers that occur naturally, the ones that do exist are simply stunning. Delphinium, hydrangea, thistle, forget me nots, muscari, and nigella are the most prevalent, and blue-toned berries like viburnum play nicely in a bridal bouquet, too.
How do you incorporate blue into a bouquet?
- Incorporate Minimal Blue Blooms.
- Add Blue Succulents.
- Tie Your Bouquet with Blue Ribbon.
- Have a Nearly All-Blue Bouquet.
- Add Subtle Blue Accents.
How much should I pay for a bridal bouquet?
According to WeddingWire, the average cost of a bridal bouquet is $160. However, when it comes to bridal bouquets, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Prices will vary greatly depending on size, complexity, the types of flowers you wish to include, and the area where you live.
If you’re looking for a way to add a splash of color to your wedding day, consider incorporating blue into your bouquet. From blue flowers to blue ribbons, there are many ways to incorporate this color into your decor. Check out our list of 40 chic blue wedding bouquet ideas below! Have any other creative ways of incorporating this color?Share them with us in the comments below.