The most common Hydrangea wedding flowers reflect blue, purple, lavender, pink and white. Leaves also vary from smaller oakleaf type foliage to larger, bright greenery.
If you’re looking for rounder flower heads, then Mophead hydrangeas are perfect. They attractively fill a bouquet and make pretty corsages and boutonnières.
However, Panicle hydrangeas, known for their cone-shaped flower heads, provide striking beauty for vases and centerpieces. They also create beautiful bouquets.
Imagine slender, graceful cone hydrangeas intertwined with orchids, tulips and lilies.
Why not captivate your guests with Lacecap hydrangeas? They display small little buds in the center of the lace cap, with more pronounced blossoms of three or four petals around the periphery.
The Lacecap hydrangea lends itself perfectly to a garden ceremony, making a beautiful bouquet mingled with light pink roses, zinnias and pink snowberries. Make the ensemble pop with some eye-catching Gunni eucalyptus greenery.
There’s something peaceful and reassuring about the rich, green colors provided from the Oakleaf hydrangeas that feature smaller, dainty blossoms in the center. They feel just right for bouquets and wedding party adornments.
Want to add a sprightly, carefree tone to your classic, traditional day? Often pairing the more formal Hydrangeas with something like jasmine vine and scabiosa offers the effect.
The combination makes for lovely wedding arch decor as you say your vows. It also radiates joyful splendor as a table centerpiece at the reception.
Keeping it simple with a hydrangea-only bouquet presents a beautiful statement. Throw in a combination of blue or pink with white-hued flowers and choose varying sizes of the flora.
With only olive or fern leaves to complete the collection, you’ve achieved a display of stunning elegance.
Hydrangeas promise an unparalleled and dazzling setting for one of the most important days of your life, so ladies, get inspired for your hydrangea wedding flowers.