Have you ever wondered if hydrangeas come in pink? (They do!) Are you curious as to whether or not you can find orchids year round? (You can!) Compiling your dream wedding bouquet is part inspiration, part knowledge, and we've got them both covered in this comprehensive guide to wedding flowers by color.
This flower is often used in large ceremony arrangements. It also comes in white, mauve, peach, and other blue shades.
This graceful, star-shaped flower is ideal for a bride who wants an airy, garden-inspired bouquet. It comes in a handful of colors—from purple to magenta to a striped white—and is a great accent flower. It pairs well with sweet peas, garden roses, and peonies.
This modern-looking flower also comes in white, blue, red, plum, and blush. FYI: The white anemone comes with either a green or black eye.
On their own, anemones feel modern, festive, and cheerful. However, they can be temperamental because they respond to light. (They close naturally when it's dark, and open when it's bright.) The trick to keeping them open in a dim-lit ballroom is to put them in warm water. They'll open up fast.
If you hold your nose to a ruffly garden rose it actually smells like a rose—other types of roses aren't as fragrant.
This tailored, perfect-looking flower makes a wonderful single-bloom boutonniere, or looks great en masse in a nosegay bouquet.
A sunny, happy, low-key flower for a free-spirited bride. It's affordable and available winter through spring.