This elegant valentine’s bouquet is a mix of red tulips softened by blush roses. The greenery of the tulip is added to the bouquet for a striking contrast, both in color and shape, to the floral element of the bouquet.
With a short growing season and their amazing blooms, it is easy to see why peonies are one of our most popular spring flowers. This stunning bouquet of fuchsia, soft in its own right, is tempered further by a wonderful frill of seeded eucalyptus.
By using a bi-colored rose not only adds interest to a simple, classic bouquet, but it also ensures your groom won’t feel stuck wearing too much pink in his boutonniere.
While we have seen valentine’s weddings shy away from true red for the softer palates, this vivid bouquet of red roses with dark red calla lilies, white roses and white cymbidium orchids brings all the traditional colors of the day.
This sweet cocktail arrangement of red and pink roses makes a subtle statement on any table.
This lavish centerpiece of almost every pink flower possible and crystal is nothing if not romance.
Dark pink sweetheart roses are the perfect accompaniment to bi-colored standard roses for a smaller bouquet for the smaller participants in your wedding.
Men typically don’t enjoy wearing flowers, especially not pink or red ones. By adding dark berries and purple satin ribbon this boutonniere has a masculine feel that a groom can appreciate.