Several types of blue hydrangea were used to create this very blue bouquet. Brides should know that the dark blue hydrangea typically comes from Holland and it’s more costly then the baby blue hydrangea from South America. Local dark blue hydrangea is also a fabulous option. The above hydrangea was all from my garden!!

Blue thistle, light and dark blue delphinium, white dahlias, white stock, white veronica, green hydrangea, queen annes lace, seeded euc, blue lace cap hydrangea, blue hydrangea, scabiosa pods, and alchemillia were used in this delightful bouquet.

This soft and romantic bouquet has just a touch of blue dephinium. We used peach juliet roses, peach roses, white peony, white freesia, and white hydrangea.

Light and dark blue delphinium were added to this peach, pink, and green bouquet. The pop of blue makes the bouquet unique!!

This fun bright Summer bouquet gets a slight hint of blue by using blue thistle and dark blue delphinium. We also used yellow billy balls, snapdragons, green cabbage roses, yellow carnations, pink nerine lily, and pink veronica in this design.

All images were taken by the amazing and talented Anne Robert Photography.

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