Choosing the floral color palette for your wedding can certainly be tricky, there are just so many great options to choose from! However, there are some pretty great examples out there of couples who decided to forego this decision entirely, and incorporate lots of different shades into their arrangements, and today I’ll be featuring a bouquet breakdown of one such example. Since the bridesmaids at this wedding were wearing fairly neutral-colored dresses (sort of a steely blue-gray) they were able to incorporate lots of different hues–from burgundy to blue to purple to magenta–with a very successful outcome! Scroll on for the breakdown and product suggestions…
Here’s what I’d suggest to recreate this look: White Lisianthus, Purple Astrantia, Burgundy Dahlias, White Veronica, navy blue Privett Berries, dark red Cosmos, an Antique Blue & Green Hydrangea, a few stems of Thistle, and some raspberry-hued Standard Rose like this Roseberry Pink shade.
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