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Purple and Red Wedding Flowers

And now that so many bold, dynamical, unpredictable and rich colors are available or permitted in weddings, brides can try something more inedited and provocative, such as a purple and red wedding bouquet.

What do you think of this color scheme? Do you find it suitable for a wedding, attractive and sensual or you wouldn’t have the courage to use it for your own wedding and wedding bouquet? Since red is so common and popular in weddings, why not incorporate something that’s a little more remarkable, unusual, surprising and mystical?

The purple color is definitely an inspired color choice for a wedding since so many brides are using it in their wedding bouquets. Finding both red and purple colored natural wedding flowers is not such a difficult thing to do because most flowers available on the market come in these vibrant hues.

Purple and Red Wedding FlowersThe purple nuance is often associated with spirituality, devotement, faith, truth, inspiration, femininity, sensuality, creativity, innocence, seductiveness, attraction, charm, style, high class, refinement, elegance, flirt, passion and desire. Now you can see how perfect is this color for a wedding? When combined with purple, the red color becomes a bit darker and more dramatic. The final look of this combination is something similar to the burgundy color.
Purple and Red Wedding Flowers
Purple and Red Wedding FlowersThe purple and red wedding bouquet looks totally fancy, sleek, dainty, chic, coquette, attractive, seductive and romantic and it makes the best choice for dramatic elegant and formal or semi-formal weddings. In case you want to tone down the heat of red and purple, you can add a few stems or accessories in pinkish hues, yellow, creams, gold, ivory, peach or beige.

This way the purple and red wedding bouquet will appear even more mesmerizing, original, ravishing and different from everything that you’ve seen before in a wedding. But you can always choose a shade of purple that’s more tolerant to the eye like lilac, lavender, light violet, mauve or dark pink. The same is available with the red color too. You can choose lighter tones of red like tomato red, magenta red, orange-red, pinkish red or scarlet red.
Purple and Red Wedding Flowers
Purple and Red Wedding FlowersThe purple nuance is often associated with spirituality, devotement, faith, truth, inspiration, femininity, sensuality, creativity, innocence, seductiveness, attraction, charm, style, high class, refinement, elegance, flirt, passion and desire. Now you can see how perfect is this color for a wedding? When combined with purple, the red color becomes a bit darker and more dramatic. The final look of this combination is something similar to the burgundy color.

The purple and red wedding bouquet looks totally fancy, sleek, dainty, chic, coquette, attractive, seductive and romantic and it makes the best choice for dramatic elegant and formal or semi-formal weddings. In case you want to tone down the heat of red and purple, you can add a few stems or accessories in pinkish hues, yellow, creams, gold, ivory, peach or beige.
Purple and Red Wedding Flowers
Purple and Red Wedding Flowers
This way the purple and red wedding bouquet will appear even more mesmerizing, original, ravishing and different from everything that you’ve seen before in a wedding. But you can always choose a shade of purple that’s more tolerant to the eye like lilac, lavender, light violet, mauve or dark pink. The same is available with the red color too. You can choose lighter tones of red like tomato red, magenta red, orange-red, pinkish red or scarlet red.

A purple and red wedding bouquet can look great on autumnal weddings, late summer time weddings or in winter time weddings. This heavy and yet mystical magical color combination can make any cold season wedding look and feel more cheerful, more vibrant, daring, creative, artistic, inspiring, inviting and warmer. But let’s see what types of wedding flowers you can find in real life in purple shades: sweet peas, ranunculus, roses, peonies, carnations, gerbera daises, tulips, dahlias, gladiolas, lilacs, lavender, irises, hydrangeas, pansies or cosmos.

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