Stumped on picking a “something blue?” Consider choosing flowers in a blue hue for a pretty bouquet that’s also a nod to this tradition. Even if blue isn’t one of your wedding colors you can still tie in a few blue flowers with blooms of other colors or add them to a neutral white or ivory bouquet. Here’s the thing about blue flowers: There aren’t many varieties of blooms that grow naturally in this color. That means you may need to get creative by incorporating berries, fabric or even paper flowers. And a floral designer can help you choose blue blooms that are in season and add just the right amount of color to your bouquet. Below, see “something blue” bouquets by wedding style!
If Your Style Is Rustic…Try Blue Hyacinth and Blueberries
From the album: A Destrehan Plantation Wedding in New Orleans, LA
If Your Style Is Outdoor Casual…Try Thistle
From the album: An Urban Vintage Wedding in St. Paul, MN
If Your Style Is Traditional…Try Pastel Blue Hydrangeas
From the album: A Nautical Outdoor Wedding in Beaufort, NC
If Your Style Is Whimsical…Try Royal Blue Origami Paper Flowers
From the album: A Nautical Whimsy Wedding in New Haven, CT
If Your Style Is Formal…Try Blue Tweedia Mixed With Ivory Roses
From the album: A Keswick Hall Wedding in Keswick, VA
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