Blue

Blue wedding flowers bring a subtle air of romance and loyalty to your big day. With so many shades to choose from, you can mix and match navy, royal, and light blue flowers to suit your taste as you say, "I do." Even better, if you're planning an outdoor wedding, your blues can match the sea, the lake, or the sky!

Cherish Boutonniere

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Cherish Corsage

From $12.00

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Sapphire Boutonniere

From $12.00

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Cherish Centerpiece

From $75.00

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Sapphire Corsage

From $18.00

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Sapphire Centerpiece

From $100.00

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Lover Centerpiece

From $100.00

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Lover Bridal Bouquet

From $100.00

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Lover Boutonniere

From $12.00

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Lover Corsage

From $18.00

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Here Comes The Bouq

Cherish Boutonniere

From $10.00

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Cherish Corsage

From $12.00

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Sapphire Boutonniere

From $12.00

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Cherish Centerpiece

From $75.00

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Sapphire Corsage

From $18.00

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Sapphire Centerpiece

From $100.00

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Lover Centerpiece

From $100.00

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Lover Bridal Bouquet

From $100.00

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Lover Boutonniere

From $12.00

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Lover Corsage

From $18.00

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Your Something Blue Wedding Flowers

Most Popular Naturally Blue Flowers for Wedding Bouquets

Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are some of the most classic and beloved wedding flowers. The ruffly, multi-colored blue hues and light scent of the blossoms make them a perfect addition to your homespun wedding bouquet.

Blue Anemones

Anemones typically lean more violet than baby blue, but the velvety blue tones can add a jaw-dropping depth to your floral arrangements, especially when paired with white roses or vibrant orange ranunculus.

Blue Irises

Searching for a unique accent to your light blue wedding flower arrangement? Consider bearded irises. The bridal favorites capture the beauty of an English garden, while the pale sky blue hue stands out against greenery and crisp white flowers.

Blue Clematis

Star-shaped clematis combines the graceful simplicity of a wildflower with a tropical, rich tone. The flower makes a gorgeous addition to blue bouquets or pinned to a tuxedo as a boutonniere.

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