Wedding Flower Ideas
White and pink roses are the most common flowers for weddings. But you could go on to color outside the scope of traditional and try some new wedding flower ideas, something like pink flowers as the main ornaments for your wedding. There will not be a major difference, but it comes with something creative. These wedding flower ideas can be used in many ways at a wedding. You can use them primarily for the bride's bouquet.
If the dress is pink you can choose a combination of white and pink flowers. For bouquets, use gerbera, daisies and lilies. You can apply pink flowers on your wedding invitations, even natural flowers on the wedding cake. Of course, you can use flowers and ornaments on the tables. Pink Gerberas look perfect on tables or you can combine them with other colors such as white or red and purple. If the interior decorations are mostly white, you can replace pink with fuchsia.
And pink, like other colors can have many shades. While some flowers are all pink, like gerberas, some can be combined with various colors, like imperial lilies that have white intertwined. You need to choose suitable pink flowers taking into account some details. Among these are: the color of your dress (contrast is pleasing to the eye but do not overdo it), other colors used for decorations and invitations. For a pleasant and calm aspect you can use pink orchids. If you want a vintagewedding, you could choose pink roses combined with a touch of pink gold. Whatever you choose, as long as it fits your taste will be perfect.
Plain pink or in combination with other colors? You can use simple pink or pink in combination with other colors depending on your preferences and needs. Although a bouquet with one shade of pink would look good, do not hesitate to try other combinations. As I discussed previously, you can combine pink with violet (is in trends this year) and most likely for the coming year purple will be preferred. You can use violets or orchids. Another possibility would be to combine pink flowers with various sheds of green, because green generally looks good in combination to any flower you choose!