Like the recent post on the protea statement bloom, the anemone flower is also all the rage this wedding season. These stunning soft blooms are typically in season between October and May. These particular blooms are most often used with a striking black/blue center, but also can have green, purple and yellow centers as well. From simple and classic to whimsical garden to romantic elegance, the anemone can be used in just about any style of wedding.
These pretty blooms add a beautiful touch to wedding bouquets. Anemones in shades of white and light pink bring a softness and look dreamy paired with light, neutral colored flowers and pale greenery accents. This lovely, natural looking arrangement features white anemones with cream and white vendela and garden roses, lisianthus, and geraniums with seeded eucalyptus, succulents, and scabiosa.
Source: the wedding row / elle decor / the knot / Shannon Cunningham / EWI / SMP / bridal musings / Spindle Photography / diy weddings mag
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