Pink blooms for your summer wedding

There is no colour more feminine than pink. Most women, at some point in their lives, will fall in love with this colour and all the shades it comes in. From pastel and soft tones to brighter tones such as fuchsia. This is what makes pink such a gorgeous colour to include in your wedding flowers. During the summer season, your florist should have no problem providing you with the best pink flowers. With so many out there, the only problem you might have is choosing! In some cases, it’s a good idea to go see them in person or arrange a mixed rose flower delivery. If you’re planning your wedding for late summer, you can ask the florist to send you pink blooms early in the season to help you decide.


Peonies are one of the most popular of all pastel pink blooms. They’re only available during the spring and early summer weeks, so if you’re planning your wedding for this time of year, rest assured. You might not have time to get your hands on them, so check out these flowers online and see how they can be used in bouquets and table arrangements.

Roses, carnations and chrysanthemums

There are a number of pink blooms available throughout the year, depending of course on your location. These include roses, carnations and chrysanthemums. They are so popular that many florists consider them essential to always have in stock. Although, depending on the time of year, their prices will fluctuate. The wonderful thing about these three flowers is that they come in a huge array of colours. You’ll find them in all sorts of shades of pink, from almost white to bright fuchsia. A popular arranging method is to place the darkest shades in the centre and, in an almost spiralling pattern, fade towards the edges of the bouquet with pastel pinks.

Stargazer lilies

The months of July and August bring us the impressive stargazer lily. This beauty combines pink and white in one flower to make it an ideal focal flower in any arrangement. They are perfect if you plan to use arrangements made up of white and pink flowers. Just make sure that the pinks you choose are a lighter colour than the stargazers. This will ensure that the lilies really are the focal point of the bouquets of pink blooms and really stand out from the rest.

These are just a few of the more popular options when it comes to pink-themed summer weddings. Your choice in pink blooms will depend on your location, what your florist can offer you, and even how much your budget allows you to spend. You will also need to take into account your theme. For tall arrangements, ask your florist for a selection of pink gladioli. They are also available in various shades of pink and will be in season from July to September.