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.
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.
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.
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.
It's not always easy to choose blue wedding flowers. With so many stunning blooms to choose from, you may feel overwhelmed. To make it easier to choose flowers for your blue bouquet, our floral design team recommends considering three key factors:
Choosing seasonal blue flowers for your bouquet is an easy way to narrow down your choices. For example, you may opt for hydrangeas in the summer or rises for spring centerpieces for the wedding reception.
Wedding Color Palette
You can mix and match your hues to create the perfect azure bouquet, but if you'd prefer to stick to a specific shade, like sky blue, opt for flowers that naturally produce the color.
Finally, consider your wedding style. Rustic brides tend to choose hydrangeas and foxgloves while brides love clematises and lilies for a modern wedding arrangement.
We recommend pairing navy blue flowers with light blue or white blossoms, including baby's breath, blue thistle flower, or delphinium. Blue and white bouquets for the bride are popular as are red and yellow wedding bouquets with blue accent flowers.
Place your order for any wedding flower arrangements at least 30 days before your big day to ensure that they arrive in plenty of time before you say "I do."