Flowers by Color – Pink Wedding Flowers

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Pink wedding flowers are a classic flower color and a color that many brides, especially springtime brides, opt-for in their wedding color-scheme. While pink flowers for weddings are being over-shadowed by this seasons unique color schemes of bright oranges, grays and navy blues, pink-loving brides can breathe a sigh of relief that their tried and true standby is still available in lush, dreamy bouquets. If you are looking for a unique feel, pink flowers for a wedding can still fulfill this wish when done in the right way. Here are a few options to consider:

  1. Peonies – Peonies are a graceful, elegant and sophisticated flower that adorns many flower prints and have been long-used as ornamental additions to gardens worldwide. Known for their dense pink petals, they range in a wide assortment of pink tones. A full bouquet of peonies, such as this Serene Highness Flower Bouquet are dramatic and breath-taking. They look beautiful when contrasted with dark and lime green colors. If you want to try out the peony and treat yourself to a bouquet, check out theĀ Simple Sophistication Flower Bouquet by FTD.
  2. Asiatic Lilies – Asiatic lilies are a great way to offer an exotic and subtle look to wedding decor. Large, splayed petals feature a white background with a pink blush accent that looks painted on. If you are looking for a unique look, these would be stunning when placed amidst orange or purple flowers, such as Birds of Paradise or tiger lilies. Want to give asiatic lilies a try ahead of time? Check out this Asiatic Lily and Rose bouquet.
  3. Mokara Orchids – Orchids are a prized flower among many. Their signature delicate blooms, coupled with the fact that you get a small row of blooms per stem, makes them a popular choice amongst flower enthusiasts alike. Orchids make such a strong statement on their own, that a simple bouquet of nothing but orchids are dazzling. If you want to try them out ahead of time, check out this gorgeous Tickled Pink bouquet that features Mokara and Dendrobium orchids in a range of soft and bright pinks.

Pink flowers don’t have to mean frilly. While so many are sick of pink, the key is to remember that it is all in how you use it!

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