Something Blue For Wedding Blooms

Designing your perfect wedding day takes a lot of thought and preparation. Including a creative balance of tradition and individual style can be challenging. But, the floral designers at Rose Hill Weddings want to help you include something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue in your big day to make sure you have the most amazing day ever. Make sure your traditions are met and the memories you make connect you to the past, present and future when you feature these charming elements. 

Seek out family heirlooms for your wedding day to include something old and form connections to other generations within your family. Something new is always simple, as much of our wedding attire and decor is bought new these days. Finding something borrowed is a great way to lean on the kindness of friends and family members who have something special to offer. As for something blue… well, this is where we come in.

Adding blue flowers into your bouquets, corsages, and centerpieces are excellent ways to include something blue. Feature bright blue blooms throughout your wedding florals, or accent with something subtle for just a hint of blue. 


A touch of blue hydrangea atop a tiered wedding cake is a brilliant accent to a tastefully elegant display. 



             Soft blue touches in this boutonniere is just enough to accent creamy peach and white. 




A warm, bright bouquet is off-set with small blue iris to make a bold statement. 




                                         An elegant, colorful centerpiece adorns this altar with sprinkles of blue throughout the display. 



However you choose to include the traditional something blue into your wedding, be sure this charming tradition is kept alive as you begin your life together. Talk to the floral artisans at Rose Hill Weddings for more ideas about how to merge traditional concepts with creative new style. We look forward to helping you design the wedding of your dreams!