Classic red flowers will add romance to your wedding day. As a warm colour, red is about the hottest it gets and beautiful red flowers will bring a striking contrast to a white wedding dress.

Red wedding flowers

Red flowers are a perfect colour theme for a summer or winter wedding and offset beautifully with the green foliage and white stock flowers.

Red represents passion, love and power. The colour red provides an attention grabbing effect; use it to set a confident, passionate mood to your wedding.

Popular Red 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 red wedding theme. Along with flowers adding ribbons and bows with your flowers is one of the easiest and most dramatic ways to include your complimenting colour.

Subtle Light Red Weddings

A subtle red wedding colour can be achieved with lighter shades of red, and limiting the amount of red used. You can keep the colour scheme lighter by adding a few red flowers to each bouquet, floral arrangements at the ceremony and red flowers in your table centrepieces at wedding reception.

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

Dark Red Weddings

For a more dominant or dramatic statement with red choose the dark strong deep bold reds like a deep ruby red or red wine reds. The stronger shades of red work well when combined with white and bright green foliage. Striking, dramatic red flowers will also add to the impact so choose the red Gerbera Daisy for example and trails of matching satin ribbons.

Popular Red Combinations

Red can be matched with many other colours both lighter and dark. For weddings the popular colour matches with Red are red and brown, red and navy, red and black, red and white and red 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.