If you’re fond of yellow, consider toning the shade down to a delicate pastel with these lovely flowers.
A yellow colour scheme sounds brave and bold and, while these brights can look fabulous, they aren’t always everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re fond of yellow, consider toning the shade down to a delicate pastel with these lovely flowers.
It’s easy to see why roses are a favourite of many brides. They are available in an abundance of colours, look stunning and stand the test of time on a hot summer’s day. Pastel yellow roses have a slightly vintage feel and this delicate table arrangement really sets the tone for a summer wedding:
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The combination of soft pastels in this bouquet is simply stunning:
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Pastel blue and yellow make a winning combination. This bouquet of yellow roses, blue hydrangea, anemone and thistle is quirky and pretty. Blue or buttercream bridesmaid dresses would complete the look:
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Roses always work well in corsages and buttonholes. We love this rustic style corsage:
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Many of us think of pink, red and white peonies, but yellow hues are oh-so-romantic. There’s even a pale yellow peony appropriately named ‘Bridal Icing’:
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This bouquet combines peonies and ranunculus, elegantly tied with satin ribbon:
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Using the softest shade of peony and no additional flowers offers an abundant, simple bouquet. This has just the smallest hint of yellow, the perfect accompaniment to an ivory dress and wonderfully warm for a winter wedding:
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For a real English country garden wedding, why not choose daisies? While the centre of the flower can be a fairly bright yellow, it’s pale petals make for a delicate look.
This gerbera and rose bouquet is classy and fun:
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For bridesmaids and flowergirls, we adore this hand-tied bouquet. Informal flowers need an equally informal arrangement, and these look like they have just been picked from a beautiful garden:
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Effective and inexpensive, sometimes all your tables need are a few flowers in pretty jars. Don’t blow your budget on elaborate arrangements if you’re creating a country look:
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Who’d have thought daisies would make such a pretty buttonhole? This looks stunning, even on a formal jacket:
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And, of course, daisies make for great cake decorations:
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Effortlessly elegant, tulips work well on their own or combined with other flowers. Their uniform shape can make them the perfect choice for a more contemporary wedding.
Here, soft yellow tulips and anemones combine with navy, illustrating how pastels can still be used in a bold bouquet. The striped ribbon is an essential element, making this a stylish city posy:
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Tulips and pussy willow are a great choice for a winter wedding:
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For a spring or summer wedding, this posy of tulips and narcissus is beautiful. For a more delicate look, use ivory or white ribbon in place of the yellow:
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We couldn’t possibly look at pastel flowers without mentioning daffodils, or narcissus, available in all shades of yellow.
This is one of our absolute favourites; when peonies, lily of the valley, tulips and daffodils meet. The scent will be heavenly:
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This bouquet is another treat. Give your bridesmaids a smaller version with the same flowers, or perhaps omit the tulips:
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For an informal table centre, these paper whites look beautiful. Adorn the base of each vase with candles or pine cones:
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And finally…for the most delicate yellow blooms, what could be finer?
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