Burgundy and blush continues to be a colour palette that is desired by couples getting married at this time of year, from autumn through to winter. Just like Pinterest, our blog is filled with inspiration for real brides. In this section, you’ll find tons of photographs, product recommendations and inspiration for future weddings, events and for any special occasions.
In today’s blog post, I am sharing some of our favourite designs by ourselves and other talented florists using a Burgundy and Blush colour palette. No matter the season, brides find a way to incorporate deep burgundy, raspberries and blush pinks and nudes into their palette. There is certainly no denying that this colour scheme is sophisicated and romantic.
Continue reading to see some gorgeous burgundy and blush inspiration
Romantic + Garden
Suzie and Terry got married in the heart of the countryside in late October. Flower content consists of Hydrangea Classic, Germini Pomponi Black Pearl, Amaranthus Upright Red, Astilbe Paul Gaarder, Brunia Silvder and Rose Sweet Avalanche.
Credit: Triangle Nursery
Minimal + Elegant
Dave and Grace married in April. This gorgeous wedding on Whimiscal Wonderland Weddings oozes with romance and elegance, using seasonal ranunculus, ravishing peonies and roses in blush pink in their bridal bouquets. The burgundy was incorporated in show stopping centrepieces and small details around the venue.
Artistic + Wintry
In late February, this gorgeous couple tied the knot. The bouquets, buttonholes and centrepieces incorporated the colour palette into using Bridal Piano, Red Piano and Kate David Austin roses, Bombastic spray roses, burgundy and blush pink ranunculus and some beautiful early peonies, accentuated with eucalyptus.
In the heart of the Cotswolds, this couple got married early October. Being creative people, they wanted to create a unique and individual feel to the day by mixing rustic styling with a woodland theme. Colours were inspired by Autumn trend predictions of merlot and blush. Flowers include Astrantia, Roses, Astilbe and Dusty Miller (Senecio).
Sumptuous + Boho
“The aesthetic concept behind this shoot was to combine the sumptuous tones of winter, evoking feelings of roaring fires and luxury textures with the coolness of aquamarine and silvers representing ice and crisp colours.” Combining Protea, Calla Lily Rudolph, Daucus Dara, Amaranthus Red Hanging and more seasonal flowers to create the desired style.
All of the above weddings are creative, unique and use different flower varieties to capture this beautiful colour palette. For more ideas, visit our colour ideas on the website here.