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Hydrangeas are a wedding trend & must have flowers for the Celebration!

Hydrangeas and weddings go together, it’s as simple as that. Wouldn’t you agree? Hydrangeas have an instant capability of turning any space into a more formal, delicate ambiance, along with giving spaces more volume and texture given their natural, beautiful shape. Now today, we’re here to talk about why hydrangeas and weddings are the ultimate combo for the dreamiest, unforgettable wedding decor.


Whether used in bouquets, arrangements, or even on the cake, hydrangeas create an elegant and beautiful accent in any wedding. They work beautifully when used for bridesmaids' bouquets, or even for the bride’s floral arrangement. Of course, for weddings, the most recommended hydrangea color would be our beige bouquets which would cause an absolute statement among everyone. One can choose to use beige/whitish hydrangeas sparingly or to make them the theme for the entire wedding and reception. 


But that’s not all! The best part is, if you want a more colorful theme for your wedding or prefer adding a spark of color to the wedding bouquets, hydrangeas are the perfect flower to mix with other blooms. A perfect wedding bouquet for bridesmaids could easily be composed of beige hydrangeas, filled with Sky Flowers’ green dragon Lepidium, and some white Callas, or soft pink orchids. That is quite the formula for the perfect wedding galore. 


Hydrangeas are, and always will be, a forever favorite when it comes to wedding flowers. They’re lush and gorgeous, and a perfect option for almost any style—from romantic to formal, whimsical, modern, and even rustic. If you’re in the process of looking for the perfect wedding hydrangeas, at Sky Flowers we’ve got the ones that’ll make your wedding the dreamiest, trust us!


For more information about our hydrangeas, make sure to contact:, and follow us on Instagram to know all about us: @skyflowerscol.

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