Pink, yellow, blue, purple… Pastel spring wedding flowers are romantic and pretty. The intensity of these colors is the key to the softness of the arrangement.
The Ranunculus came in different tints (a tint is a mixture of a color with white); one is darker than the other. Multi-pedaled Ranunculus is very pretty and one of the most popular wedding flowers right now. They can last a long time if cared properly.
In case you are a bride and looking for something blue which is not as common as other colors in flowers, I found cute Tweedia also known as Blue Star at the market. When you cut Tweedia, milky sap will come out. It is mildly toxic to humans and animals if ingested. It may also cause skin irritation or dermatitis for some people. To remove it, cut the stems to desired length and gently rinse it off with water before you put them in your arrangement.
Snapdragons are great to add lines in arrangements. Here, I have two stems on either side of my arrangement. The curvy lines add interest to it. Also note the lemony color of the snaps.
The style of this arrangement is Asymmetrical which is on trend right now. To have more control, I used a floral foam in this arrangement.
Materials used in the Pastel Spring Wedding Flowers
- Asparagus Fern (Foliage)
- Israeli Ruscus (Foliage)
- Thyme (Foliage)
- Wax Flower