Last updated on August 1st, 2013 at 11:17 pm
So, it is about time for you to pick for a unique flower for your wedding. What about blue wedding flowers? Sure, they can very take well the cake with their uniqueness. Out there, numerous flowers can be found easily. You can used them for blue floral arrangements and if you choose the color motif blue, you can absolutely make your choice from some of these flowers very well.
Some beautiful flowers like pansies, anemones, hyacinths, muscari, hydrangea, alliums and clematises can be included in the list of blue colored flowers in which you can make use of them for your wedding’s floral arrangements. You can combine with other colored flowers like purple flowers, white flowers and lavender flowers. You will find them go well. And if you wish for creating a constrasting arrangement, you can use these blue wedding flowers with red or yellow flowers.
The kind of floral arrangement that you have decided on will be the important factor that will influence the way how you arrange these flowers and also other colors that you are going to combine. Let me give you an example. If you are going to choose the modern idea, you might just use one type of blue flower for the whole wedding. You can use the combination of blue, purple and pink flowers like lilacs, orchids, hydrangea, calla lilies and roses if you are going to create romantic floral arrangement for your reception and for the church.
In the meantime, if you want to have your blue wedding flowers look classic and old fashioned, you may want to think about having floral centerpieces and decorations made with the use of muscari and runculus. You can also add to the classic feel of these flowers by utilizing old fashioned fluted urns in white for the wedding centerpieces and these same urns or taller versions of it placed on top of Roman pillars all around the wedding reception area. Another classic blue flower wedding arrangement that uses the color white to help set off the color blue in these flowers is one that uses white calla lilies and blue muscari in tall bouquets that are set in tall, fluted crystal vases with a blue ribbon tied near the base.