With Valentine’s Day coming up, romance is on everyone’s minds. Even if your wedding does not fall in February, you may still want your nuptials to reflect the holiday of love. One way to do this is by carrying a bridal bouquet with blossoms in shades of red and pink – colors that allude to the romantic roots of Valentine’s Day. Bouquets are a common gift to significant others on that day, so it would almost be as if the flowers you clutch during the walk down the aisle are like the arrangements you have received as a token of commitment throughout your relationship.
Because there are such a variety of shades among red and pink, such bouquets can fit in with just about every wedding style. The inclusion of white blooms can lighten the look, while heavy greenery can bring in a natural element. Classic brides will love the softness of a blush peony, while modern brides may prefer a rustic variety of flowers in wine red.
Photo by David Manning Photographer; Consulting by Tessa Lyn Events
Photo by Lin & Jirsa Photography; Floral Design by Flowers by Cina
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