Classic purple flowers will add femininity to your wedding day. Purple is a royal and mysterious colour it brings a sense of elegance and sophistication to weddings. A mix of cool blue and warm red purple can be either a warm or cool colour.  A little purple can boost imaginations and creativity but too much can be overpowering and result in moodiness.

 Purple wedding flowers

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  • Purple Iris: Available all year round but at best in spring
  • Purple Hydrangeas: May to November.
  • Purple Daisy
  • Purple Tulips: December to April
  • Purple Cremon Flower
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Popular Purple Wedding Flowers.

Whether your flowers will be used for bridal bouquets, centrepieces on tables, or just decorations around the room, in general they are a great way to showcase your accent colour and create that beautiful purple wedding theme. common purple wedding flowers are crocus, pansy, gladiolas, iris, cone flower, sweet pea, alyssum, snap dragons, clematis, aster and Verbena.

Light Purple Weddings

A subtle purple accent colour can be achieved with lighter shades of purple, violets or candy purples pastel shades. You can also keep things light by adding only a few purple flowers to each bouquet, floral arrangements at the ceremony and light purple flowers in your table centrepieces at wedding reception.

The hint of colour will carry the theme through the wedding but not be overpowering.

Dark Purple Weddings

For a more dominant purple bold statement choose the dark purples for example Cadbury Purple or brighter and deeper jewel like purples such as plum, deep mauve, magenta, amethyst and aubergine. The stronger shades of purple work well when combined with cream and bright green foliage. Striking, dramatic flowers will also add to the impact so choose the purple  Gerbera Daisy for example and trails of satin ribbons. Accessorising with your flowers is one of the easiest and most dramatic ways to include your complimenting colour.

Popular Purple Combinations

Purple can be matched with many other colours both lighter and dark. For weddings the popular colour matches with Purple are purple and grey, purple and red, purple and Yellow, purple and pink, purple and blue, purple and green and the popular purple and cream.

Flower Tip When planning your wedding and wedding flowers don’t forget to check the seasonality of your chosen flowers with your wholesalers or florists. Some flowers can be hard to get hold of in some months and this will reflect in the availability and their price.