Beach Color Wedding Bouquets
Since the vats majority of the brides are now planning a destination wedding, the bridal bouquet must be composed according to the main characteristics of the seaside or of the Oceanside wedding location.
For those of you who are preparing for a beach time wedding, a beach color wedding bouquet might appear like a gorgeous inspired idea. But what is the color of the beach?
Is there a single nuance that can define or describe the beach side as properly as we see it? Is there any color that can be found in a type of flower that can come close to the real vibrancy and to the vividness or exoticism of the beach landscape? Well, we’re sure that we can find something to fit and match everything.
The first color that comes to our minds when thinking of the beach is definitely blue. Secondly, white, yellow, hot pink, coral pink, orange, emerald green and perhaps pearl gray, silver, yellow or gold. The blue color can be found in various shades, from lighter tones to darker nuances.
The most popular types of blue that can reflect the color of the water are: navy blue, aqua blue, teal, azure or sapphire blue, pale blue, turquoise, light blue or ultramarine blue.
There are a few types of wedding flowers that come in these blue shades, and the most popular ones that can help you compose a beach color theme wedding bouquet are: delphiniums, hyacinths, carnations, turquoise orchids, roses, tulips, cosmos, sea hollies, lavender, statice, hydrangeas or lilacs and irises.
Besides the blue color, white is definitely a “must’ color for a beach color wedding bouquet. When it comes to white wedding flowers, the palette of choices is quite generous with all the preferences and tastes. Among the most popular types of white fresh wedding flowers suitable for a beach wedding and mostly for a beach color wedding bouquet are: orchids, calla lilies, plumerias, gardenias, hibiscus, roses, ranunculus, anemones, lilies of the valley, hydrangeas, gerbera daises, freesias, tulips, gladiolas, chrysanthemums, dahlias or peonies.
If you are planning on wearing a multi-colored beach wedding bouquet, than you can mix all the colors listed above – the blue, the white, the hot pink, the yellow, the green and the orange -, and obtain a truly phenomenal exotic look.
For those who are planning on going a bit more unconventional, a tropical sensational seashell beach color wedding bouquet can make a stunning apparition and an inspired alternative to beach flower wedding bouquets in general.
Brides can enrich the look of a beach wedding bouquet with starfishes, corals, flags, pearls, beads, crystals, gems or with any other nautical symbol or accessory that can make the arrangement even more glamorous, sparkling, eye-catching, remarkable, memorable and one of a kind.1
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