Orchid Wedding Flowers
Orchid Wedding Flowers.
Orchids are popular wedding flowers for many reasons: they’re delicate, romantic and come in a wide variety to can complement any couple’s vision. And just like other blooms, they can be incorporated in a multitude of ways – from bouquets to centerpieces – to produce a cohesive, sophisticated event.
Because there are so many types of orchids available, you have to consider what speaks to you. This bride carries an immaculate lush bouquet of all-white orchids that’s the epitome of elegant.
This petite collection features peach and white orchids nestled within other assorted blooms for a spring-like presentation.
This bride embraces her tropical surroundings with a cascading pink and white orchid bouquet that offers a perfect pop of color.
These petite pink orchids make a beautiful centerpiece choice. They’re not too tall, not too overwhelming and add a certain softness to the candlelit reception.
Darker orchids offer drama, a perfect flower choice for weddings that are later in the evening or have more glamorous details. These dark red orchids look incredible tucked into small gold vases filled with greenery. Their colors are echoed in the glass accents accompanying them on the lace-covered tables.
A seamless white outdoor wedding is enhanced thanks to the addition of tall white orchid centerpieces.
This couple uses lavender and purple orchids as a delicate way to dress up a chandelier and mirror the reception centerpieces.
For the couple not afraid of color, purple and blue orchids combine for a lively display thanks to these tall floral arrangements.
You can even ramp up the glamour of your head table with a heaping cascade of white orchids down the front.
This ceremony backdrop is beautified thanks to tall modern vases filled with orchids. A curtain of orchid strands completes the angelic look.
You can enhance any arbor by tying back the fabric with floral arrangements teeming with soft white orchids. It adds a fresh touch to a beautiful, polished design.
Orchids have long been a favorite wedding flower and it’s easy to see why. They’re perfect for tropical ceremonies but also emit exotic, modern and sophisticated notes. If you’re a fan of orchids, research all the different types to incorporate the perfect bloom into your big day.
Credits from Top to Bottom: Elyse Hall Photography | Jose Villa | Wendy Laurel | Jose Villa | Lacie Hansen | Sara Richardson Photography | Polly Alexandre Photography | Adeline and Grace Photography | Brian Hatton Photography | Elizabeth Messina | Michael + Anna Costa Photography