Wedding Bouquets With Pink Roses
Are you feeling like a very romantic bride? If so, then a bouquet filled with pink roses would surely fit you, don’t you think? If you’re not sure about this, take a look at these amazing pictures and see whether you find this style adequate for the type of wedding and look you’re planning. Pink roses are divine.
These types of flowers are still the most popular as they are still interpreted as the official flowers of weddings. On the other hand, pink is the most popular color utilized by women in their wedding. Pink and roses make a fabulous pair for a wedding and a bride’s own adornment as they exude love & romance, refinement, high class, femininity and understated elegance. Although wedding bouquets made of pink roses are considered traditional choices, we think it’s all in the way you’re using the flowers and shape of bouquet you choose.
These flowers and this color are not by their nature traditional choices. They were always preferred by classic elegant women and this is why people think of pink roses in terms of conventionality. Pink rose wedding bouquets are indeed more formal and stylish than many other types of wedding floral arrangements. But as we said before, it all depends on the design you choose for your bouquet. Pink roses can look amazing in both thick and loose arrangements. Those who wish to obtain a daintier look can opt for a more elaborated bouquet accented with greenery or other romantic blooms. Roses make a charming pair with gardenias, peonies, orchids, ranunculuses and dahlias.
Cascading and crescent bouquet designs are for conservative brides and big formal wedding ceremonies. On the other hand, if you prefer something simpler and cleaner, we recommend you the hand tied style. You can make yourself a simple nosegay or tiny posy bouquet of pinkish roses. These styles are easy to wear and very cute. They are feminine, dandy and chic. You can combine the pink roses with other types of roses in different colors.
The pink hue looks beautiful with almost any color. But when it comes to wedding bouquets and romantic elegant looks, we think that the pink nuance would make an irresistible pair with shades of white, cream, ivory or beige, chocolate brown, maroon or peat, lime, meadow or sage green, buttery or canary yellow, violet, plum or powder blue and navy. Pink also looks divine when mixed with gold or silver/bronze. Pink roses can form a beautiful bouquet for an antique or vintage themed wedding. If you’re planning a Valentine’s Day wedding you can also choose this style. How about wrapping your pink roses with a navy ribbon? This look would be great for the beach!