Traditional wedding wisdom says that blue is the requisite good luck shade for brides. Choosing the right flowers and embellishments in bouquets and centerpieces can be the perfect way to add a personal touch to your "something blue."
Lavender spray roses, lavender clematis, delphinium, and dusty miller are bundled together with an icy blue velvet ribbon for a bouquet that is perfect for a cheery countryside fête. Globe thistle adds a spiky texture to the soft blooms of this bouquet, giving it a modern edge.
Sapphire berries add a shot of navy to this bridesmaid bouquet, and a navy blue ribbon ties the bundle together.
Light blue delphiniums bring a splash of color to the predominantly green and white bouquet.
Rich jewel-toned blooms in dark blue, purple, and magenta make this bouquet a show stopper.
To bring color and texture to the pale pink and white blooms, this bouquet incoporates hypericum berries, blueberries, and spiky blue eryngium.
Mixing gardenias with blue hydrangeas, dahlias, and dusty miller brings amazing fragrance to this bridal bouquet.
Dainty blue agapanthus flowers contrast with the coral protea in this exotic bouquet.