When it comes to colours, yellow is undoubtedly one of our favourite wedding hues. Versatile and endlessly happy, choose bright shades for a vibrant style, or opt for delicate, creamy pastels for a more delicate look. Wonderful on its own, yellow also works well with an array of other shades. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite yellow wedding flowers, taking you through from your ceremony to your venue décor.
Introduce your floral style at your ceremony. While you don’t need to spend a fortune, think about where your guests will focus their attention, perhaps placing an arrangement or two at the front. Pew ends are a lovely addition and can always be transferred to the reception venue and reused as chair decorations.
Yellow roses in glass jars can line your aisle and be reused as table decorations later on in the day.
Image courtesy of Levi Stovole Photography
Of course, sunflowers are a popular yellow wedding flower and it’s easy to see why. Here, they are used in abundance!
Image courtesy of The Wedding Bliss Thailand
Scatter yellow rose petals down the aisle, inside or out.
Image courtesy of Mari Sabra Photography
These lovely arrangements are perfect for an outdoor ceremony.
Image courtesy of Ryan Nicole Photography
Flowers don’t always have to be cut and presented in arrangements.
Image courtesy of Suttons
All about Bouquets
Think of your bouquet as a key wedding accessory, choosing something that co-ordinates with your dress and that you will enjoy carrying down the aisle.
Daisies are a lovely choice for a country wedding.
Image courtesy of Anne Marie King
Incorporating greys and foliage gives a yellow wedding bouquet a winter style.
Image courtesy of Kay English Photography
Narcissus (daffodils) are a lovely choice for spring and combine beautifully with blue muscari.
Image courtesy of Roots Floral Design
This bouquet features yellow ranunculus, arranged in a beautiful ‘just picked’ style.
Image courtesy of Florals by Jenny
This rose, ranunculus and peony bouquet shows how wonderfully yellow and pink can work together.
Image courtesy of Gracie Blue Photography
Yellow peonies are a stunning choice.
Image courtesy of Kate Said Yes
Combining yellow with pinks and corals makes for a vibrant summer bouquet. We love the blue ribbon as a finishing touch.
Image courtesy of Jodi Miller Photography
As for the Groom…
As a rule of thumb, a buttonhole should highlight the colour chosen for the bride’s bouquet and often also the bridesmaids’ dresses. Again, choose a design that complements the groom’s attire.
This simple rose buttonhole is a classic, with a touch of greenery to co-ordinate with the groom’s tie.
Image courtesy of Ashley Ward Photography
This buttonhole suits a more country style wedding with the addition of grasses and daisies.
Image courtesy of Grace and the Heart
The introduction of succulents make these buttonholes bang on trend.
Image courtesy of Simple Color
Finished with navy ribbon, this elegant buttonhole adds a hint of colour to the groom’s immaculate three-piece suit.
Image courtesy of Marie Labbancz Photography
The options for venue décor are endless so, spend your budget wisely. Table centrepieces are a great idea, adding flowers to the room in a space that will be appreciated by your guests.
We love this chrysanthemum arrangement – completely simple, a little unusual and absolutely stunning.
Image courtesy of Brett Symes Photography
Yellow roses are an elegant classic, shown here with hydrangea, offering a slightly vintage style.
Image courtesy of Sarah Maren Photography
Low arrangements can be placed in a line to create a floral runner on a long table.
Image courtesy of Carmen Alvarez Photography