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A Study in Contrast: These Color Combinations Bring Floral Arrangements to Life

Pairing dark, saturated blooms with light blush and ivory buds makes a stylish statement.

(Above) With an expert mix of cool and warm tones, this Studio Emme bouquet is a breath of fresh air. Lush garden roses, ranunculus, parrot tulips and Pon Pon ranunculus combine with thistle, eucalyptus, dusty miller and pepper berry, telling a clever, contemporary color story. studioemme.us

A Study In Contrast

Take your centerpiece to new heights. This stunner by Sister Honey Floral Co, of Quicksand roses, Majolica spray roses, spirea, pieris japonica, Sterling Range heather, passion vine and jasmine vine, floats over a glamorous table set with über-luxe linens and place settings from Linen Effects. A coordinating centerpiece—Quicksand roses, lisianthus, hellebore, Majolica spray roses and pieris japonica—crowns the tablescape. sisterhoneyfloralco.com

A Study In Contrast

Velvety blooms in shades of blush, fuchsia, plum and ivory set a romantic scene. Here, Sadie’s Couture Floral combines hellebore, dahlias, ranunculus, blue privet, Keira roses, Quicksand roses, pussy willow, thistle and dusty miller to wondrous effect. sadiesfloral.com

A Study In Contrast

Dark, dramatic and totally chic—this Floral Logic centerpiece pairs inky Schwartzwalder miniature calla lilies and black ranunculus with blush Amnesia roses and gray brunia, a chic combination of shadow and light. florallogic.com

A Study In Contrast

Oversized floral arrangements are a sure way to wow your guests. A garland such as this Eclectic Elegance masterpiece—featuring dahlias, Sandstone roses, ranunculus, calla lilies, orchids, poppy pods, fern shoots, lisianthus, eucalyptus and agonis—can serve as a backdrop to your head table, your photo booth, or just about anywhere you want to make an impact. eclecticeleganceflorals.com

 A Study In Contrast

To walk down the aisle in style, complement your gown with a bountiful bouquet, like this beauty from Studio Fleurette. Sahara roses, sweet pea, astilbe, dusty miller, anemones, spray roses, ranunculus, narcissus and thistle are wrapped with cascading raw-silk ribbon, for an elegant yet relaxed finishing touch. studiofleurette.com