July 22, 2012
When bunched together, these gloriously colored flowers that are hydrangeas are luscious and full but maintain a light-as-air appearance perfect for adding to bulk to bouquets, floral arrangements or simply anywhere in need of a flourish. Some great examples of hydrangea magic are below, from the floral-stuffed wedding cake, to the hydrangea hedge spilling to the floor, to the gorgeous slice of floral cake with exquisite presentation.
Quick facts about the flower:
- 100: number of species of hydrangeas.
- White, blue, red, green, pink and purple: hydrangea colors, which depend highly on the acidity of the flower’s soil.
- It’s a great filler option for bouquets and arrangements.
- Hydrangeas are scentless.
Enjoy the inspiration!
Credits: 1 Yolande Marx Photography / Bouquet by Bunches @ Home / Via *** 2 Via Lovella Bridal blog 3 CakeSuite 4 I am baker 5 Brian Kraft Photography 6 Chelsea Nicole Photography / Las Vegas Event Flowers & Decor / Via ***.
7 BHG 8 Corbin Gurkin Photography / Floral design by Loluma / Via *** 9 Scott Piner Photography / Florals by Kim Fisher Designs / Via *** 10 Kristin Vining Photography / Via *** 11 Anna Page Photography / Twig Flowers / Via *** 12 Erich McVey Photography / Via ***.
13 Mademoiselle Fiona Wedding Photography / Via *** 14 Comfort Studio / Via *** 15 Kristin Vining Photography / Via *** 16 Scott Piner Photography / Florals by Kim Fisher Designs / Via *** 17 Yolande Marx Photography / Flowers by Bunches @ Home / Via ***.