Pink-in any of its numerous shades-is a popular color for brides to choose when selecting the colors for their wedding. And why not? Pink symbolizes love, friendship, happiness, compassion and harmony; all of which are vital to a happy and lasting marriage.
When using fresh-cut flowers in shades of pink for the bridal bouquet and décor, most people’s first inclination would be toward roses, tulips or daisies. But why not think outside the box for a change?
Ranunculus comes in beautiful shades of pink and makes a stunning centerpiece on its own or teamed with pussy willow, ferns and/or pink yarrow flowers.
Lilies come in all shades of pink. Their stems are stout enough to make them a candidate for a presentation bouquet or as part of a cascade-style bouquet. Using lilies, gladiolas and greenery give your wedding and reception the look of elegance.
Pink flower balls made of cosmos, peonies, roses, hydrangea, or daisies give a playful appearance to your wedding and can be duplicated in bouquet form for the wedding party.
Other pink blooms brides often find desirable include:
· Mini calla lilies-simple, yet elegant
· Snapdragons, with their vertical blooms, give height and volume
· Orchids-the epitome of nostalgia. Every bride deserves to carry orchids.
When deciding on color combinations that work well with pink Some choices include white, yellow, red and brown.