In this week’s pretty in pink mix, we have a selection of seasonal and AYR varieties that are ideal for the up and coming wedding season. Combining statement blooms, textural berries and fluffy gypsophila.

Pink Flowers


  1. Gypsophila Dyed Pink – Similar to marmite, you either love or hate dyed flowers! Gypsophila has become one of the most popular flowers for wedding and event work in the floristry industry, so why not dye it? Ideal if you are looking to add colour into your floral designs, available in other colours including champagne, blue, yellow and much more.
  2. Rose Spray Dinara – A lovely spray rose to work with for all types of floral designs including bouquets, table centres and larger designs. Similar varieties include Rose Spray Creamy Twister and Kate-Lynn.
  3. Peony Angel Cheeks – Soft pink, ravishing layers upon layers on delicate petals that are most certainly favourited in the wedding industry. Seasonal, so grab them while you can, available in a range of colours from white, soft pink, bold coral to contrasting deep reds!
  4. Hypericum Coco Casino – Available all year round, Hypericum is extremely popular to add texture and interest to your floral designs acting as a filler flower. Particularly popular for autumn weddings and events.
  5. Carnation Bubblegum Pink – A trusty favourite! Known for its reliability and longevity, carnations have long been favourited by florists and flower arrangers for all types of floral designs. Ideal for pedestal and large designs.
  6. Rose Pink Athena – Sister to Rose Athena, this rose is a pale pink that has medium to large head size with a sturdy stem (depending on grade purchased). Beautiful for wedding and event work for all themes, pastel, bohemian and rustic.
  7. Rose Country Spirit Girl – Well, what I can say? This rose is a statement rose and it is a standard commerical rose believe it or not. Perfect for the wedding industry, if Garden Roses aren’t quite squeezing into the budget, I would consider the Country Spirit roses that are not only cheaper but have thick sturdy (thorny) stems, large heads and are considerably long lasting!

To conclude, you can find all of the above (or the majority of) the ingredients on the website and more, of course! Along with more suggestions on our Flower Board for a pink colour palette.


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