Choosing wedding flowers for your décor is an exciting process that typically results in the selection of the following blooms: roses, hydrangeas, peonies (if they're in season!), and orchids. While all of these florals are beautiful, many couples have the desire to incorporate more unique blossoms. One such perrenial is the anemone flower.
Anemones have over 150 species and come in a variety of shades, but the types most commonly used for weddings are white with a blue- or purple-hued center, though purple anemones are also becoming popular. Since the blooms have a bit of personality, they look great in bridal bouquets, bridesmaid bouquets, and also reception centerpieces! Brides who love roses and hydrangeas need not worry that their beloved traditional florals will fall by the wayside; anemones look best when paired with other blossoms!
Take a look at the images from real weddings below, all of which feature anemones. From vintage-inspired soirées to modern fêtes, the anemone complements a variety of motifs, themes, and color palettes! To see more from these celebrations, be sure to click on each photo.
Photo by Maya Myers Photography
Photo by Wollwerth Imagery; Planning & Design by Kelli Corn Weddings and Events
Photo by Paige Jones; Planning & Design by Bluebell Events
Photo by Ryan Phillips Photography; Planning & Design by Sterling Engagements
Photo by Michael Segal Photography; Planning & Design by Bluebell Events
Photo by Krista Mason Photography; Planning & Design by Sterling Engagements