We’ve collected some ideas of gorgeous wedding bouquets using sola flowers to give you some inspiration for your own special event. The best thing about sola flowers is that they are easily dye-able and can be colored to match your vision and color scheme. (Check out this tutorial to see how easy it is to dye these wood flowers to match your palette.)
Feast your eyes on these beautiful sola bouquets– Below each photo I have listed and linked to the different flowers available right now in our store, simply click the link to view and order and get started on a bouquet for your special day!
This blush and cream bouquet is made with sola peonies, wood billi flowers (chrysanthemums), sola beauti roses, and sola wood old roses. These are put on wire stems and arranged with some faux foliage and berries, although you could easily exchange these for preserved eucalyptus, stardust gypsophilia (babies breath), floral buttons, or canella berries.
This gorgeous bouquet includes sola zinnias, peonies, several varieties of sola roses, and a few wood dahlias. The flowers are paired with silver dollar eucalyptus and sprigs of stardust gypsophilia and faux berries. This amazing bouquet could be created by you in any custom colors and flower varieties.
Another advantage of using sola flowers for your wedding is that you can create your bouquet a long time in advance and have one major item checked off your to-do list weeks or even months before the big day. And your flowers will be stunning and vibrant for your bridal photos, wedding day, reception, and then can be kept as a wonderful keepsake.
Sola Flat Dahlias, sola zinnias, wood beauti roses, old roses, and sola peonies make up this stunning wedding bouquet. A few leaves of artificial lambs ear, and dried german statice accent this arrangement and make the dyed flowers stand out.
This show stopping bridal bouquet is made with sola sunflowers, sola zinnias in multiple sizes, wood chip roses, and beauti roses. The sunflowers are made with a titonia center, which means that they have that natural-looking dark brown center. The sola part of the sunflower can easily be dyed by dipping still, the titonia does not soak up the dye at all. This bouquet appears to have some preserved maidenhair fern tucked between the flowers. It would also look great with dried sweet annie, german statice, or dried caspia flowers.
I love the lighthearted colors of this bouquet, and it’s simple but elegant shape. This bouquet includes sola gardenias, sola shell flowers, sola billi flowers (chrysanthemums), and sola roses. Fit in a lot of stardust gypsophilia or dried happy flowers and wrap the stems with burlap or lace, and you’ll be ready for your big day.
You can see that sola flowers are so versatile and beautiful- they are also so easy to work with! I hope you’ve been inspired to create your own beautiful wedding bouquet out of long lasting sola wood flowers! If you do, we’d love to see your bouquet, so send us pictures please!
Have a beautiful day!