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Red Floral Inspiration

Happy Valentine’s Day!  In honor of the holiday, I’m presenting some red floral inspiration and showing you that there are more choices than red roses.

Roses are a great choice, as seen in many of these pieces we have created.  The above bouquet is filled with red flowers including roses, spray roses, cockscomb, alstroemeria lilies, hypericum berries, and safari sunset protea.  Six varieties of red flowers in just one bouquet!

Spray roses and alstroemeria lilies are just enough red in this wintry piece.

This bridesmaid bouquet doesn’t technically have any flowers in it but the red hypericum berries and burgundy safari sunset protea bring in red, which was the focal color for the wedding.

The same wedding used roses, hypericum berries, red accents from books and candles, and pomegranates.  Red can be incorporated in ways other than flowers.

A different event uses similar coloring in this all foliage arrangement.  The safari sunset protea bring in the deep red and the red toned stems of the silver dollar eucalyptus are highlighted by the protea’s hue.

Red takes on a feminine vibe when paired with pink.

Red is mixed with pink again here… and orange and yellow.  Zinnias are a summer favorite and can add a playful, whimsical feel.

Photo by Shillawna Ruffner Photography

Red feels formal in this bouquet, paired with deep burgundy dahlias.

Photo by Shillawna Ruffner Photography

Mixing red with orange and yellow gives this bouquet an autumn vibe.

Photo by Shillawna Ruffner Photography

How do you feel about red? I have a wedding this spring incorporating red tones that I am anxious to share with you.  Stay tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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