We love how brides come up with creative ways to show their “something blue”, but how often do you see bridal bouquets in blue? Although many flowers don’t come naturally in blue, there are still quite a few beautiful options such as hydrangea, pansies, myosotis, and mornig glory. Blue is also a popular color used in brooch bouquets. Depending on the flowers and shades you choose, blue can express a variety of moods and styles. Here are some utterly romantic blue bouquet arrangements to get you inspired!
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