Planning Your Palette | Purple

Dec 7

I will be the first to say, at first thought purple is scary. But after accepting the challenge for a bride’s design, I am a HUGE fan now. The key to featuring purple in a wedding color palette is gradient. Shades of purple from lilac to eggplant, woven together in a succinct design can be an absolute showstopper. Enjoy the weddings below we have included of our work with this bold color, showcasing lovely purple wedding colors, with a variety of unique flowers including ranunculus, lisianthus, scabiosa flowers, roses, artichokes, and protea.

Winter Romantic Purple

Supporting Palette Flowers: allium, chocolate Queen Anne’s lace, stock, statice

Focal Purple Flowers: ranunculus, lisianthus, rose, tulip, scabiosa flower

Bouquet Ribbon: taupe

A lush floral forward design used to create a ceremony arc to accent the amazing red rocks.

Purple Mauve Whimsy

Supporting Palette Flowers: roses, white anemone, astrantia, lisanthus

Focal Purple Flowers: ranunculus, amnesia roses

Bouquet Ribbon: ivory

A hint of floral used to maximize their wedding party floral with bouquets and boutonnieres.

Fuchsia Neutral Combo

Supporting Palette Flowers: sweet peas, lisianthus, carnations

Focal Purple Flowers: roses, ranunculus, snapdragons

Bouquet Ribbon: white

A hint of floral with lovely amnesia roses to accent the bridesmaid dress color, some neutral elements to lighten the design, and a hint of the eggplant ranunculus.

Purple and Greenery

Supporting Palette Flowers: wax flower, roses, and mums

Focal Purple Flowers: purple anemone, ranunculus

Bouquet Ribbon: taupe

Modern Purple Texture

Supporting Palette Flowers: roses, chocolate Queen Anne’s lace, thistle

Focal Purple Flowers: ranunculus, protea, and artichoke

Bouquet Ribbon: taupe

Yes, there is a vegetable in this bouquet and it’s so fun! It was a nice touch to include artichoke and protea in the arrangement.

The purple wedding colors fun doesn’t have to stop here!

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