Response: As you are probably aware, there are only a couple of blue flowers, so you will probably need to incorporate flowrs of another color. Chocolate and light blue are currently very popular colors. One of my brides, who is getting married in June, is using blue hydrangea and cream-colored roses. A bride who got married last Sept. and who had the same colors, used primarily cream flowers. Both brides used/are using fiddle head ferns for the boutonierres and as accents in their bouquets. The ferns are very unique in shape and color.
The only blue flowers available are hydrangeas, which are available only in spring in most areas, delphinium, which comes in light and dark blue, and bachelors buttons, which are rarely used by florists. There is a chocolate cosmo that even smells faintly like chocolate, but it is somewhat delicate so not good for weddings that will occur in hot weather.
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