Choosing flowers that match your wedding colors can be a challenging task. Many of the most popular color these days are difficult to find in natural flowers. These colors include blue, black, turquoise and gold just to name a few. However, just because they are hard to find does not mean that you can not have those colors incorporated in some way. Here are some suggestions as to how to include your colors wisely and easily for that desired glam look.
Add a spark of color with traditional items such as pins and ribbon. For this purpose, neutral colors for your flowers are good choices. These tones will blend easily with the rest of the decorations, will add a romantic look to your flower arrangements and will contrast nicely with your colors. If you are having a beach wedding and your color is blue, why not use some blue shellfish and put them in your bouquet! If you prefer to keep it simple, you can choose a nice ribbon that matches your bridesmaids’ dresses or your linens and use it to wrap your bouquet or even arrange it to be placed inside as well. Decorative pins also work wonders when you have hard to match colors. For centerpieces, consider the use of stones, marbles and candles; they are a fantastic way to incorporate your colors into your affair.
If you want to have an actual bloom in your colors, tinted products are a great alternative. FiftyFlowers offer a wide selection of tinted products which include roses, orchids, thistle and baby’s breath. If your colors are red, black and silver, think no more! Combine red roses with tinted black roses and add silver thistle for a complete color match. If you are a rainbow bride, rainbow roses have been made especially for you. These very unique roses can feature up to 5 colors, white included, and can be used in virtually any event. Keep in mind that some of these products may seep while being handled and cared for, but they will not rub off the petals or leaves and stain your clothing.
For a very specific shade, floral spray paint is the best bet. This paint can be easily found in any craft store or local florist and has been formulated to be used on flowers. For best results, test the color and practice first before diving into spraying the flowers for the event, especially if it will be your first time using the paint.
Our wedding colors represent part of our personality, tastes and desires. Make the most of them by putting these simple suggestions to the test. No matter how specific your wedding colors are, there are always ways to combine them nicely with natural flowers. Remember, possibilities are endless!
You can find all types of wedding flowers colors at www.Fiftyflowers.com.