Incorporating something blue into the bridal ensemble is a widespread act that has proven to be timeless. Blue was the choice color for wedding gowns in the 19th century, and this prompted the tradition. These days, you can find creative means to still stick to this time-honored practice--one way to do so is by carrying a bouquet of blue flowers on your big day.
Hyacinth bulbs, hydrangeas, thistles, and even roses are just some of the blooms that come in shades of blue. For a bold impact, you can opt for a monochromatic bouquet. On the other hand, you may go for contrast by pairing blue flowers with blooms in other colors. If you want, you can also have your entourage's bouquets feature blue flowers.
Some of the brides we've featured had blue flowers at their wedding. For inspiration, see our gallery below.
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- White Bouquets
- Pink & Purple Bouquets
- Tulip Bouquets
- Rose Bouquets
- Embellished Bouquets
- How to Preserve Your Wedding Bouquet