Pink wedding flowers are a very popular choice and it’s amazing how many different shades and types of pink flowers that are available. So if you’re getting married at any time of the year there will be lots of different pink wedding flowers to choose from.
The shade or tone of pink is normally chosen to go with the bridesmaid’s dresses if the wedding has a pink wedding colour theme. Here you can see a great photo of Lucy (the bride) and her bridesmaids. I made Lucy’s shower bouquet to compliment the bridesmaid’s dresses. I also created the handtied posies for the bridesmaids that had the pink of their dresses as well as white and lime green to lift the colour theme.
Pink flowers can also be used as an accent colour. The pink hydrangea bouquet you can see above right was made for bridesmaids wearing a taupe colour. You can see how I’ve added a matching bow underneath the hydrangea.
Our most popular pink wedding flowers are hydrangeas, ranunculus, roses and lisianthus. You can see examples of all these flowers in our bouquet photos below. Pink roses come in a wide range of shades from pale soft pink to vibrant cerise pink. I love looking at different colour combinations with brides so that they get the exact pink colour theme they want.
Pink is not only for the girls! Above you can see two examples of our pink buttonholes made to coordinate with the bridal bouquets.
In the photo below you can see how I’ve selected different coloured flowers to fit with a bride’s colour swatches.
If you are looking for a soft pink palette you might like the posy bouquet that I recently created for Cat’s spring wedding (photo below). You can see the soft pink ‘Heaven’ roses, pale pink peonies and ranunuculus. This was stunning bouquet that was perfect for the spring.
This is what Cat had to say about her wedding flowers:
“Absolutely beautiful. So many flowers for the price – more in the bridal/bridesmaid than expected which was a nice surprise.”
If you want a stronger pink but don’t want to go as vibrant as the cerise pink then you might like the ‘Aqua’ pink rose that I used in this handtied posy bouquet (photo below). It’s combined with lisianthus and freesias to give it that wonderful intensity of colour.
Pink wedding flowers can also run through to your wedding venues. Below you can see just a few of our wedding centrepiece designs. They have a range of pink colour themes form soft pink hydrangea candelabras to tall funky cerise pink gerbera centrepieces.
Whether you are thing of having pink wedding flowers as an accent colour, or as a full blown colour theme, then we will be able to find flowers that suit you and the time of year that you are getting married.