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If you are planning a wedding or event, choosing the color scheme is likely to be one of your earliest decisions. Choosing your flowers will also be a key step. There is little else that has the same visual impact as flowers, which can dress the tables, the ceremony, the venue and enhance your overall theme and experience. Flowers can be one of the best ways to support the color scheme you have selected. But what colors coordinate with best results?
To help you we’ve selected some of the most popular and beautiful color combinations for events, and matched them with the our top flower picks. Some are contemporary; most are timeless. Read on and see which one inspires you most!
Navy Blue and White
You can’t go wrong with this classic and timeless pairing! Navy and white will always look crisp, chic and elegant. It works in traditional settings (think navy and white china urns filled with sophisticated white roses) or in more casual nautical or beach themes.
Choose blue and white or blue vases or containers, and fill with white blooms such as roses, white hydrangea, stephanotis, spider mums, alstroemeria, orchids, baby’s breath or calla lilies. Or let the flowers be your “something blue” and opt for blue iris or blue hydrangea.
Pink, Gray, Cream
This combination works for any season. It is very elegant and current, soft and tasteful. It’s also a lovely way to balance out more traditionally masculine and feminine colors. The coolness of the gray is a perfect balance for the delicate warmth of the pink. . This choice would work well in either traditional or streamlined events. Cream or pink roses would work beautifully with this combo, or even try bronze fuji spider mums to give a modern textural edge to this soft palette.
Yellow and Purple
These colors are complementary, coordinating but with high contrast, so combining them creates vibrancy, warmth, energy and a more modern vibe. This color combo would work well in a variety of settings, from indoor chic to outdoor farmyard. Try beautiful purple and yellow chrysanthemums,or purple alstroemeria with yellow roses for a vivid and pleasing combo.
Pink, Pink and more Pink
Keep this color scheme from getting dull or too monochromatic by using varied shades of pink. Any shade of pink plays well with its other pink family members, from hot pink, to pale blush, to deep rose. This is a perfect combo for romantic weddings with a traditional vibe but can be adapted to any setting. Choose flowers like roses, garden roses, peonies, lilies, or ranunculus. for a truly dreamy combination.
Red and Pink
Yes, these colors do go together! This combo creates a bold effect that takes pink up a notch from its soft and dreamy aspect. Perfect (of course) for those of you who love romance with a more modern edge, or for a Valentines’ Day wedding or event. Try pink dahlias or even pink anenomes with red roses, or pink roses with red ranunculus.
Orange and Red
Perfect for late summer or fall events! This color makes us think of warm August days, or the richness of autumn leaves. It creates energy and vibrance. It would also work well for tropical or beach-themed weddings. Try orange asiatic lilies, red roses or orange carnations in this vibrant look.
Our BunchesDirect floral consultants are always ready to help you coordinate the perfect flowers for your perfect color combo. They have many more ideas and inspiration waiting for you1