Hydrangeas come in different colors: white, pink, blue and light dark purple. They can even change color depending on the amount of aluminum in the soil. A variety of colors makes them the best choice for elegant and exciting wedding bouquets.
But before giving you advice on how to make elegant bouquets of flowers for brides or even bouquets of hydrangeas, we would like to give you advice on how to choose pink hydrangea flowers:
- Hydrangea flower heads:
Choose entire groups of hydrangeas to match the color of your motif for use in central bouquets and flower arrangements. You can also do the opposite: choose a white hydrangea panicle for its central composition and then surround with other colors in shades and colors complementary to its color pattern. The use of a neutral color such as white for contrast creates an elegant color composition.
- Hydrangea flower stems:
Break a hydrangea pan or simply select loose or loose stems from a hydrangea plant to use as an accent on the composition of your bouquet. You can use it instead of regular asters, baby breathing or chrysanthemums as filler, or you can even add hydrangea groups along with asters. Experiment using groups of white hydrangeas and clots of blue, purple or pink hydrangeas to use them as an accent for a bouquet of complementary colors.
Elegance in the eyes of the beholder, as well as beauty in the eyes of the beholder. We can try to set standards for you, but ultimately, the floral arrangement looks amazing, and it’s up to you how you use your taste in the work you do.