Wedding Bouquets by Color: Blue
Hydrangea is one of the few flowers that are actually blue. Here, the muscari casts a blue tone, while the pink open roses (that could pass for peonies) complement the hydrangea’s natural pink and purple tones.
All flowers by Nicolette Owen, nicolettecamille.com
Hyacinth has a distinctive scent so be sure you like the scent before you commit to the bloom. Freesia and Lady’s Mantle round out the arrangement.