My Wedding Theme is Blue 

What Blue Flowers can I use to carry my blue theme throughout my wedding. 

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Your planning your wedding, you have decided on Blue as your theme,  and you want Blue Flowers to feature as part of the wedding theme.  Blue Flowers can be quite rare, and only certain flower will suit your wedding bouquet or your wedding flower decorations.  

A Blue Wedding Bouquet can be so striking against a white or ivory wedding dress and there are many flowers can be used to create a show stopping creation. 

Below is just some suggestions for Blue Flowers that can be used in all aspects of wedding floristry.  

Blue Hydrangea 

Readily available in the summer months,  can be grown successfully at home, Suitable for both wedding bouquets and can create striking impact in table arrangments 


Blue Lisianthus

Available all year round, a strong sturdy flower suitable for both floral arrangments and wedding bouquets 


Echinops Veitchs Blue

These  stunning flowers give real texture in a wedding bouquet and also look amazing in floral head crowns 



suitable for both wedding bouquets and also floral displays.  These flowers add real texture and also look amazing as buttonholes 


Iris Blue 

Can give fabulous height and impact in large floral displays and also delicate enough to us in a Floral Head Dress


Blue Statice

A great flower to bring through a wedding bouquet of flower crown that will add a splash of blue colour and also provide a lovely texture.


Myosotis Atlantis

A beautiful delicate blue forget-me-not is beautiful in a both  bridal bouquets and head dresses. 


Viburnum Berried

This Blue Black Berry is beautiful when added to any floral display, but is also exquisite when added to bouquets and head wear. 


Veronica Blue

Used as part of a blue wedding bouquet will give a real wild flower just picked look. 


Freesia Blue

A delicate looking flower that looks striking in a floral head crown or through a wedding bouquet to bring in the blue colour.