For real girls, only pink or pink can be considered the color for the bridal bouquet. Whether you prefer a delicate romantic or a bold-eye-catcher, you will find inspiration for the bridal bouquet of your dreams, which will make you feel like a princess in the fairy tale.
In addition, we will tell you the importance of your colors pink or pink and which flowers are suitable for the wedding bouquet in pink and pink.
1. Bridal bouquet in pink – gentle and playful
Rosa is the perfect mixture of pure white and strong red. The soft girl color stands for love and care, femininity and tenderness, optimism and charity.Rosa also has a soothing and balancing effect, soft and charming.
Very playful with a vintage touch are also bridal bouquets in altrosa with a touch of gray.If these are still nostalgically bound, they are perfect for a vintage wedding.
Typical flowers for the pink bridal bouquet are roses, orchids, calla, gerbera or tulips.For a bridal bouquet in pink you can, for example, also choose Belladonna, Chrysanthemum, Gladiola, Hydrangea, Carnation or Ranunculus.
Colorfully you can combine the pink bridal bouquet with white or green as well as purple or pink. Let yourself be inspired by our example pictures with many bridal bouquets in pink:
2. Bridal bouquet in pink – bright and extravagant
Pink is not a distinct color, but a strong nuance of pink. Who likes it striking and bright, loves pink and also needs a bridal bouquet in pink or a whole wedding in pink or in the eye-catching combination pink & blue .
The “shrill pink” expresses presence and dominance, self-esteem and extravagance – just right for brides who want to be more than “seen”.
A pink bridal bouquet, especially to the white dress, sets a striking color accent and skips every simple outfit.To a very extravagant dress, a pink bridal bouquet is however “too much”.
For your bridal bouquet in pink you can choose the following flowers: roses, orchids, calla, gerbera, tulips, lilies or carnations.
Our tip: Combine your pink bridal bouquet with flowers in white, green, pink, purple or yellow – just have a look at our example pictures for bridal bouquets in pink:
If you are still not sure which form your pink or pink colored bridal bouquet should have, then look at the article “Bridal Bouquets – from Biedermeier to Waterfall” in AnswerMBA.