Hydrangea wedding flowers have been very popular over recent years. Here are some photos of weddings that I have created, categorised by colour.
Blue is one of the more challenging colour themes for wedding flowers as there are not that many flowers to choose from. Thankfully the stunning soft blue hydrangea gives us a great option.
You can see here how I have picked up the blue decor of Stoneleigh Abbey (photo above) and incorporated it into these stunning table arrangements. The bride was keen that the flowers coordinated beautifully with the grandeur and colour of the Saloon.
Because these are such large showstopper blooms they work well on their own for instance as chair decorations (photo below) or when combined with other flowers like roses, freesias and gypsophila which can all be seen in the top table arrangement I made in the photo above.
The hydrangea is what I would call a big and blousy flower and it also works well with other similar flowers. In the photos above and below you can see how I have combined white hydrangeas with peonies. They both have a very similar layered and textured look.
White hydrangeas are simply classic and elegant, they add impact to any setting and fit well with many different styles of weddings.
If you are looking to add a blast of colour into your wedding flower theme, then pink or purple hydrangeas might be worth considering.
Above you can see how I have combined pink with lime green in the candelabra centrepieces. Below I’ve used the pink hydrangea as a background for peach roses, green hypericum berries and cream lisianthus for a colourful handtied posy bouquet.
There are quite a few different shades of pink and purple hydrangeas from pastel shades through to vibrant as seen above. As hydrangea wedding flowers have become increasingly popular new breeds and colours are being introduced onto the wholesale market