If you're needing blue bridal bouquet ideas, look at the breathtaking
designs below. Although most "blue" roses are actually a deep rosy
lavender, blue delphinium, hydrangeas and muscari do come in natural
shades of blue.
White Asiatic lilies are flanked by deep blue cornflowers and accented with a lighter shade in the bow. The greenery is bupleurum and trailing ivy. Queen Anne's lace is also shown, but I generally recommend using Babie's Breath, since Queen Anne's wilts easily in a bouquet.
Dramatic colors are brought out by the deep hue of the butterflies
cascading down this bouquet. Also included is light blue delphinium, lavender roses and dyed amarathus.
These glitter-encrusted roses have been dyed. Roses do not actually grown in this vibrant color naturally.
Sweet hydrangeas need no other flowers to be an outstanding beauty all
their own. Accented only with a combination of sheer and wired ribbons
tied around the stems. Please note that these thirsty flowers need a flower sealant such as Finishing Touch to help keep them fresh out of water.