Oregon has such natural beauty and it creates a gorgeous, green backdrop for many a wedding. For this reason, and the ongoing trend of wildflower & colorful wedding flowers, many brides are choosing mixed colors for their wedding. This transpires as either color groupings or mixed colors in all the bouquets and arrangements.
These mixed color weddings are best for outdoor weddings since they have a more casual, eclectic feel. The mixed wildflower style pairs well with popular burlap and lace and works for both modern & colorful weddings or a bride who is going for more of a vintage feel.
My favorite bouquet from this past wedding season: Juliet David Austin roses, cymbidium orchids, dahlias, zinnias, magenta freesia, Flame mini calla lilies, veronica, cockscomb, dusty miller and maidenhair fern.
Each centerpiece for this Deep Woods wedding in Elmira, OR was slightly different but all were filled with color and placed on mirrored tiles atop teal cloth.
Seasonal toss bouquet of dahlias, carnations (looks like a peony, huh?), zinnia and veronica
Colorful wedding bouquet of blue hydrangea, yellow button chrysanthemums, orange roses, bells of Ireland and green spider mums.
The bride wanted to tie in the royal blue of the bridesmaids dresses so delphinium accompanied a flurry of other blooms in orange, yellow and a touch of white
Monochromatic bridesmaids bouquets with a mixed color bridal bouquet
Seasonal flower choices were included in this summery, wildflower inspired bouquet: sunflowers, “Blah Blah Blah” dahlias, yellow mini callas, craspedia, stock, crocosmia, lavender, rosemary, sedum and local grasses
Pergola arrangement at Deep Woods Events. So bright and colorful
5″ x 5″ cubes had mixtures of seasonal flowers
Burlap and lace stem wrap around a rustic chic bouquet
Mixed color wedding bouquets don’t have to be rustic. This is a much more modern and contemporary look with dramatic flair
For the gerbera daisy lover
Bright and colorful toss bouquet with LOTS of ribbons