Tweedia are prized for their diminutive, five-petaled star-shaped blooms, which range from intense glacier blue to bright sky blue to clear pale blue — colors not often found in commercially grown cut flowers. Here are some of our favorite tweedia arrangements:
Bridal Bouquet (above): This pretty arrangement features a combination of Juliet garden roses, dusty millers, scabiosas, mint, and tweedia.
Photo: [Natalie Franke Photography](http://www.nataliefranke.com/)
White Bridal Bouquet with Tweedia: This simple crisp-white bouquet includes ranunculuses, peonies, and anemones, with tweedia for a subtle pop of blue.
Photo: [Simply Jessie Photography](http://www.simplyjessie.com/)
Colorful Bridal Bouquet: For something brighter, combine colorful flowers like lilac, hydrangeas, coral charm peonies, tweedia, and muscari.
Photo: [Redfield Photography](http://www.redfieldphoto.com/)
Copper Bouquet: This pretty copper-toned bouquet has a ton of depth and texture; tiny tweedia blossoms add a pop of pale blue to the arrangement.
Photo: [Brooke Courtney Photography](http://www.robbinsphotographic.com/)
Bridesmaid Bouquet: Little pops of blue tweedia added to this white bouquet really stand out against pastel-hued bridesmaid dresses.
Photo: Fresh in Love
Cocktail Tables: Add sprigs of tweedia to a trio of garden roses to create a simple yet elegant arrangement for the smaller-sized tables at the reception.