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Pink Floral Inspiration

Sometimes I have clients who want to incorporate unusual colors into their floral designs and it can be tricky to find flowers that work.  That is not a problem when asked for pink.  There are so many varieties available in so many different shades.  From blush to fuchsia, enjoy the pink floral inspiration.

Starting with my favorite shade of pink–fuschia, seen here in the gorgeous plumed celosia.

Fuchsia snapdragons and carnations mix with hot pink roses and medium pink protea.

Here we bridge between dark, medium, and light pink with roses and peonies.

For a fun, summer look, zinnias are a great choice.

Pink makes a great accent too, as seen here with alstroemeria lilies.

Photo by Shillawna Ruffner Photography

Various shades of pink mix well with peach in this arrangement.

Moving to lighter pinks… I think it is safe to say that just about everyone likes peonies. These ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ peonies are accented by my favorite ‘Pink Majolica’ spray roses.

This close up shows off the pink dahlia at the bottom, pink zinnia at the top, rounded pinkish-purple gomphrena, and the lovely berry-like Pearls of Opar–one of my favorite whimsical accents.

Blush pink has ruled the wedding world in the past few years, especially the pale pink dahlias like the one in the center of this bouquet.

Sometimes blush can take on a champagne hue like with these ‘Quicksand Roses’.

Texture sets this bouquet apart from others and the pink astilbe plumes are a one of the stars.

Photo by Lacey Phipps Photography

Blush spray roses, celosia, and the berry colored Pearls of Opar shine in this bouquet.

There are so many ways to use pink.  What is your favorite?

 

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