There can hardly be a woman who doesn’t love the colour pink. Moreover, there can hardly be a woman who doesn’t adore pink flowers. Their charm and beauty is simply undeniable. We can easily say that a huge percent of brides-to-be choose pink as the theme for their big day, or at least add some pink flowers to the centerpieces and other floral decorations. Pink is a popular colour for many reasons and pink flowers are no exception to this rule. They are romantic, joyous and refined. When you think of pink flowers don’t imagine just the hottest shade of pink – there are literally hundreds of different tones and hues of pink and the flowers that you can get for your special day are numerous. Gerbera daisies, carnations, tulips, roses, orchids, lilies, pansies, freesias, hydrangeas, calla lilies and tiger lilies are only a few of the most traditional ones which come in pink colour and are perfect for wedding arrangements. If you want flowers that exude warmth, love, passion and true romance, then pick a pink flower. The roses are the most popular flowers in the world, grown throughout the year and available in a variety of pretty shades. With their sweet scent, elegant petals and graceful shape, the pink roses complement the white bridal dress and add to the beauty of the event. From pale pink to pastel, baby and hot pink – the choice is quite wide.
If you like gerberas you can choose them as primary wedding flowers. They pair perfectly with orchids and tuberoses. One of the perfect wedding flowers is definitely the lily. With its beautiful blooms and strong scent, the pink lily is a gorgeous flower for a bridal bouquet, for corsages, boutonnieres, centerpieces and garlands. The oriental lily, in particular, is quite similar to the exotic tiger lily, but it has deep pink and white features on its blooms. Other very suitable flowers are tulips, dahlias and freesias – all traditionally great flowers for weddings. In pink, they add charm, style and romance to the event and give a long-lasting impression to every guest. If you want large and loose blooms to adorn your wedding, there is no better flower than the pink peony. Keep in mind that you don’t have to stick to the most traditional, simple shade of pink. You can make a brave choice and pair hot pink flowers with purple or lilac ones. Pink flowers also pair really well with cream, white, blue and lavender ones. If the bridal dress has a pink element on it, make sure the flowers complement it, not clash it. You can also choose a more unusual and not so popular flower like the zinnia. It looks beautiful as a central flower, surrounded by smaller ones.
If you pick pink flowers according to the season the wedding is in, it will be easier and much more affordable. Here is a list of such flowers that are available in the four seasons.
For a spring wedding: anemone, stargazer lily, peony, tulips, sweet pea.
For a summer wedding: freesia, hydrangea, gerbera daisy, chrysanthemum, larkspur and many more.
For an autumn wedding: dahlia, zinnia and aster.
For a winter wedding: cosmos, anemone, camellia, ranunculus and others.
If you check an online florist’s you can get a wide selection of available pink flowers for your wedding day. Decide on the amount and try to imagine how the flowers will look, so you don’t overdo it.