blue bridal bouquet

A lux­u­ri­ous wed­ding dress and a beau­ti­ful bou­quet… isn’t this what every girl dreams of?

Since ancient times, the solemn cer­e­mo­ny of mar­riage has been asso­ci­at­ed with white, as a sym­bol of puri­ty and inno­cence. In trib­ute to tra­di­tions, many young ladies still pre­fer white and pompous wed­ding dress­es and bou­quets to this day, while oth­ers, on the con­trary, try to dilute the hol­i­day with bright col­ors, rely­ing on unusu­al col­or com­po­si­tions.

For exam­ple, the blue wed­ding bou­quet of the bride will not only become a sym­bol of fideli­ty and end­less love of the new­ly­weds, but will also set a com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent style and mood.

Bridal bouquet with blue flowers and wedding decoration

A blue bridal bou­quet should by no means be the only bright spot in the image of a bride. There­fore, such a choice oblig­es to take into account many points. First of all, you need to pay atten­tion to the dress, acces­sories, and decor ele­ments of the wed­ding hall. As for the first, it must be either all blue or trimmed in that col­or. The blue wed­ding dress of the bride looks har­mo­nious­ly with a bou­quet of dark blue and white flow­ers. This palette of the com­po­si­tion is also suit­able for a white dress with blue trim. But the bride’s out­fit in soft blue tones is best com­ple­ment­ed by a bou­quet with bright blue corn­flow­ers or vio­lets.

Acces­sories play an equal­ly impor­tant role. Garter, shoes, hair­pin, bou­ton­niere for the groom and wit­ness­es can be made in the same col­or scheme.

Also, blue details should be present in the inte­ri­or of the venue.

See also
Shoes for the bride

Blue flowers for the bride’s bouquet

In fact, there are a lot of blue and blue flow­ers for mak­ing a bou­quet, so the choice of the bride is lim­it­ed only by her indi­vid­ual wish­es. Most often, young beau­ties pre­fer iris­es, corn­flow­ers, for­get-me-not, del­phini­um, gen­tian, vio­let, cro­cus. The com­bi­na­tion of blue flow­ers with white freesias looks very nice. To give the bou­quet a com­plete look, you can use var­i­ous ele­ments of flo­ral decor, for exam­ple, add a cou­ple of dec­o­ra­tive twigs with dark leaves. A real work of art will be a bou­quet of sev­er­al shades of blue — from rich dark to azure and pale blue.

The bridal bou­quet of blue ros­es has lost its for­mer pop­u­lar­i­ty. First­ly, blue ros­es sim­ply do not exist in nature, there­fore, to cre­ate a com­po­si­tion of the desired shade, flow­ers are dyed with arti­fi­cial dyes. Which has a detri­men­tal effect on an already whim­si­cal plant. But, nev­er­the­less, fan­tas­tic blue ros­es can dec­o­rate a wed­ding in a fab­u­lous style, and also be used as an addi­tion to the bride’s bou­quet.