Orange is a warm color, yet very vivid and it is a symbol of fertility. It would not be a bad idea if you decided to go for this color when putting together your wedding flower arrangements. These important focal points deserve to be colored, and it would be great if their color matched your bridal wedding apparel.
The first example of orange wedding flowers refers to the beautiful roses, which team up wonderfully with the white of the baby’s breath. The green of the leaves add a touch of freshness to the bouquet and the combination of colors will delight the guests. They can be placed in the middle of the table, as centerpieces, in a plain, transparent vase half filled with water.
Our next suggestion for your orange flower arrangement implies silk roses placed in cylindrical vases. Attaching a few golden strings to the bowl will create a beautiful colorful effect. As the flowers are silk, and do not need any water to stay fresh, the vase can be filled with other colored elements. For a more earthy, natural tone, we suggest you use pebbles.
Orange comes well in combinations. For instance, orange lilies and pink carnations placed in a plastic water bowl will do great wedding flower arrangements. These exquisite centerpieces will have a strong impact on the guests if they will be teamed up with fruit wedding favors.
Square vases are very fashionable nowadays, so we recommend you make full use of them. For example, you could have them filled with orange gems. To top the vase you will use an impressive mix of flowers that bear various shades of orange. One idea implies using roses, carnations, daisies and yellow-green chrysanthemums. Do not forget about the leaves. Their green combines very well with orange and it adds a touch of stability to the flower bouquet.
Keep in mind that colored wedding arrangements are very fashionable nowadays, and the suggestions presented by us here are only a starting point for you.
You can let your imagination run wild and come up with a diversity of combinations. Orange is very generous and it makes good pair with almost any other color. It all depends on you, the theme you have set for your wedding, and how far you are willing to go in order to impress your guests with the orange flower arrangements you managed to put together.