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The Most Popular Wedding Flower Colors for San Diego Couples Part 2: All about Blush

Wedding Flowers by Le Champagne Projects

Thinking about incorporating blush in to your wedding color palette? It's probably the most requested color we get, and for good reason! It's soft and romantic and can be incorporated into any season. Below I've included a few of my favorite seasonal color schemes, because I'm all about the blush!

Blush + White

Blush and white flowers are a perfect choice for a spring wedding, exuding a sense of freshness and renewal. The delicate shades of blush and white harmonize beautifully with the blooming season, mirroring the beauty of cherry blossoms and other spring blooms. These colors bring a touch of elegance and femininity to your wedding decor, creating a romantic and whimsical ambiance. Whether you opt for roses, peonies, or tulips, blush and white flowers will infuse your spring wedding with a soft, airy charm, capturing the essence of the season's beauty and new beginnings.

Blush + Mauve

Blush and mauve flowers are a perfect choice for a late summer wedding, adding a touch of romance and sophistication to your special day. The delicate shades of blush and mauve beautifully complement the vibrant colors of the season, evoking a sense of warmth and tranquility. These colors blend effortlessly with the natural surroundings creating a soft and dreamy atmosphere and signify the beginning of transitioning into fall. Whether you choose roses or lisianthus, blush and mauve flowers will lend an air of elegance and charm to your summer wedding, reflecting the beauty and joy of the season in every petal.

Blush + Burgundy

For a color filled Fall wedding mixing Blush with Burgundy is one of my favorites. This palette pairs soft shades of pink with deep red or purple shades of burgundy, creating a gorgeous contrasting palette with space to add in colors in between. Popular flower options include dahlias, lisianthus, chocolate cosmos, etc.

To enhance this color scheme, consider incorporating Fall foliage like Autumn eucalyptus, nandina, copper beech, or smoke bush. And pairing arrangements with warm toned linens and glassware.

Adding blush to your wedding palette is a timeless choice that transcends seasons and brings a touch of grace and romance to your special day. Whether it's the soft blush of cherry blossoms in spring, the warm blush of a summer sunset, the subtle blush of autumn foliage, or the delicate blush of winter snow, this versatile color beautifully adapts to any season. Blush flowers, bridesmaid dresses, and decor elements create a harmonious and elegant ambiance, allowing you to express your personal style while maintaining a classic and sophisticated aesthetic. So, regardless of the season, incorporating blush into your wedding palette is a surefire way to add a touch of enchantment and create memories that will last a lifetime.


Let me know in the comments what your favorite color palette is or which direction you're going with your wedding florals! And if you're still looking for a Wedding Florist for your Southern California wedding this year, 2023, or next 2024 please reach out through our New Client Questionnaire. We'd love to hear from you and make you beautiful wedding flowers!

Peace, love, and flowers my friends!

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