Hot Monochromatic Bouquets in Every Color

When it comes to bouquets, we’ve seen and done it all. While we love creating bouquets that incorporate several different colors, monochromatic (or nearly monochromatic) bouquets can make a huge impact, especially against a white dress! We’ve gathered some of our favorite bouquets in each color of the rainbow for you to enjoy.

 

RED

Ah, the color of passion and romance! Red is a classic color for wedding floral, but usually isn’t used as intensely as the bridal bouquets seen here. Whether it’s a vivid, fire-engine red or a deeper shade, a red bouquet is bold.

Claire Pacelli Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding, red bridal bouquet

Photo by Claire Pacelli Photography.

Pilster Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, red and orange bridal bouquet

Photo by Pilster Photography.

 

ORANGE

Orange is definitely gaining momentum as a hot wedding color! Usually, we have requests for softer shades of the orange spectrum: peach, coral, sherbet. We love how different these two bouquets are from each other: one completely monochromatic and using all one type of flower, the other showing a variation of shades of orange and different textures.

Leah Jean Photography, Bella Collina, Lee James Floral Desings, Coral Bouquet

Photo by Leah Jean Photography.

Kristen Weaver Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, orange bridal bouquet

Photo by Kristen Weaver Photography.

 

YELLOW

Bright and sunny, yellow is especially great for a spring wedding. It feels youthful and fresh! The color can range from creamy butter yellow to rich sunshine. A large variety of flowers are yellow, too!

Brian Pepper Photography, Orlando wedding pix, Lee James Floral Designs, yellow bridal bouquet

Photo by Brian Pepper Photography.

Bumby Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding, yellow bridal bouquet

Photo by Bumby Photography.

 

GREEN

One of the trickier colors for a bouquet is green…or so you would think! In addition to naturally green flowers (like hydrangeas or the orchids seen below), we also have used interesting greenery and even seed pods to create stunning bouquets.

Jordan Weiland Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, green bridal bouquet

Photo by Jordan Weiland Photography.

Andi Mans Photography, Stetson Mansion, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando Weddings, bride with bouquet and wrap

Photo by Andi Mans.

 

BLUE

Of all the colors of the rainbow, blue has the most limitations for floral design. While there are other flowers that are blue (orchids and irises come to mind), blue hydrangeas are a popular request for weddings.

Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, blue bridal bouquet

Photo via Lee James Floral Designs.

Unrue Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, blue bouquet

Photo by John Unrue Photography.

 

PURPLE

One of the most fun colors to play with in bouquets is purple! Depending on the shade, purple can be regal or demure, sophisticated or playful. These bouquets, below, both feature a variety of purples, from lilac to plum.

Casa Feliz, Stephanie A. Smith Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding, purple wedding floral, bouquet

Photo by Stephanie A. Smith Photography.

Kristen Weaver Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding flowers, purple bridal bouquet

Photo by Kristen Weaver Photography.

 

PINK

Okay…pink isn’t technically a primary or tertiary color. How could we not include pink, though, on this list?! Pink is so popular for weddings. Soft blush pink is definitely trending at the moment (and has been), but we also love the bright fuchsia, cotton candy, and bubble gum shades of these bouquets!

Interlachen Country Club, Kristen Weaver Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Peony Bouquet

Photo by Kristen Weaver Photography.

Jeff Hawkins Photography, Lee James Floral Designs, Orlando wedding, pink bridal bouquet

Photo by Jeff Hawkins Photography.

 

We hope you’ve enjoyed this brief collection! We could go on and on…

What’s your favorite color? We can create the bouquet you’ve been dreaming of, just give us a call or drop us a line!

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