Hydrangea Wedding Flower Decorations
One of the most versatile types of flowers a bride can select for her wedding is hydrangea. This flower assortment is so lavish and generous in blooms and petals that you don’t even need to use too many stems to create an elegant ample arrangement fit for a wedding. Besides its lavish appearance, the hydrangea flower also comes in a wide selection of colors.
The palettes available for these flowers feature all shades and derived nuances you can think of! Hydrangea is also easy to work with and arrange in diverse types of bouquets and centerpieces. Not one of the most glamorous flowers, but definitely one of the most sought-after by many couples, hydrangea can make a terrific flower choice for a modern wedding.
Lush, eye-catchy and delicate, hydrangeas can help any bride obtain a romantic sophisticated décor for her wedding. We can’t think of a better type of flower for a big wedding or a more sophisticated type of table setting. This flower is used more often in destination weddings due to its tropical appearance. We think hydrangea can fit any type of formality, venue and season.
It depends on the color you pick for the bouquets. As we said before, this flower is versatile and it comes in a myriad of hues. A bloom can contain two, three and even more shades, like white, yellow and green, pink and red or white, green and blue. Anything purple, blue, pink and green can fit a hydrangea themed wedding.
We brought a few beautiful arrangements fit for reception tables. So, before you make any decision about the colors and design to use, let’s see first what arrangements we have here to present. The first hydrangea decoration features a classic style. Florists used white and peegee blooms to create a fabulous mix with spray roses, gray brunia, berries and dusty miller. This centerpiece can fit perfectly well a springtime wedding. We love the white bags used as table numbers and eventually as wedding favors for the guests. This type of centerpiece is versatile and it features a unique modern type of elegance that can fit a delicate bride or a refined reception.
The second hydrangea wedding centerpiece is created in a more romantic way. The couple picked a multicolor purple theme for the flowers. They used hydrangeas in mauve, pink, blue and violet and obtained a fabulous sensual effect. We can also see a few blooms of pink spray roses that make the tablescape look classier. Want something affordable? Opt for a simpler style, like in the last picture. Use white pots and fill them with bursts of peachy colored blooms for a budget-friendly wedding.