Inspiration for burgundy wedding flowers, There’s plenty of variety of burgundy flowers but depending of the type of flower it determines which type of arrangement it can be used. The dainty wild burgundy wedding flowers are for the most part used on the garden style arrangements. But once you get to a compact design style then the floral designer has to choose which one looks best to accomplish the look.
Below I will show you individual images of the flowers we use regularly and show you some sample centerpieces with these flowers. This will give you an idea what you like and what you don’t like.
Each photo have their names for your reference.
Our Foxhall Resort bride had a gorgeous traditional bouquet. She didn’t want too much of a wild look so we made it textured but rounded using burgundy astrantias, burgundy roses, burgundy cosmos, burgundy dahlias with accents of spray roses and silver dollar eucalyptus.
Design number 2 was fun to make because it had different cool flowers in. We used burgundy Celosia, burgundy hanging amaranthus, burgundy scabiosa with pink astilbe and peach garden roses.
Burgundy bridesmaids dresses matched so perfect with the different tones of burgundy wedding flowers.
On these bouquets we used roses. scabiosas, ranunculus, agonis leaves, silver dollar eucalyptus, spray roses, regular blush roses, and queen proteas.
Things to remember:
There flowers listed are not your typical retail flowers so the price will be premium. These are flowers you don’t find at the grocery stores and have to be special ordered by a wholesale distributor.
The type of photographer you use can change the color of the flowers on the pictures.
and last but not least nature is unpredictable, you can say I want this exact color but sometimes the colors variate per crop, so keep in mind that the shades can be lighter or darker.
Check out these two gorgeous weddings that had burgundy at montaluce winery