Whether your wedding theme is mostly neutrals or full of bold colors, these citrus-hued blooms are a fun and flirty way to bring the seasonal elements into your celebration!
See the world through rose-colored glasses. In this bouquet by Studio B Floral, Coral Charm peonies, Vuvuzela garden roses, sweetheart roses, ranunculus, stock, anemones, pieris buds and bonsai eucalyptus are tied with magenta linen and satin ribbons, to statement-making effect.
Lavender, lilac, orchid, violet—every shade of purple plays perfectly together in this luxe centerpiece by Flora & Ephemera. The recipe? Sea Waltz and Belladonna delphinium, lilacs, Blue Pompon spray roses, Mayra garden roses, trachelium, foxglove, ranunculus, anemones, veronica, clematis, hellebores and purple-leaf plum foliage.
Lively yellow blooms add a ray of sunshine to every wedding day. Vibrant gardenias, Beatrice garden roses, Crème de la Crème roses, apple blossoms, Clooney ranunculus, narcissus, star of Bethlehem, cestrum, viburnum and celosia are accented by a plume of Algerian ivy and sword fern greenery in this exuberant bouquet from Studio C Floral.
This scene-stealing centerpiece from Thistle & Blooms will have you thinking pink. The arrangement of Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, tree peonies, snapdragons, sweet pea, geraniums, hellebores, viburnum, lisianthus, pincushion protea, poppy pods and gomphrena is rosy and romantic, yet totally contemporary.
Your little something blue could be this bouquet from Poppy Lane. Sea Waltz delphinium is the perfect sky-hued accent, especially coupled with white, lavender and crimson blooms like peonies, lilacs, ranunculus, anemones, stock, scabiosa, trachelium and jasmine.
Citrus-hued petals make a splash in this cheery centerpiece by Munster Rose. Shades of orange, coral, lemon and peach appear in garden roses, ranunculus, daffodils, godetia, veronica and lilac, along with bright green gardenia foliage.