Dahlia flower is one of the most attractive, sensational and seductive types of natural colorful flowers that a bride can choose to incorporate in her wedding bouquet. The most attractive aspect in dahlia wedding flowers is their dynamical almost whimsical color.
One can find lots of colors available in dahlia flowers, suitable for any type of wedding and theme. Look for orange dahlia wedding flowers if your wedding is held in the autumn or look for bicolor yellow and orange, white and orange, pink and yellow or yellow and red dahlia wedding flowers if you’re interested in a multi-tonal modern wedding bouquet for a more exotic wedding. You can also find hot pink dahlias, cream dahlias, deep red dahlias, pink lavender dahlias or burgundy black dahlias.
The black types are definitely among the most sensational, sensual, intriguing and eye-catchy types of black wedding flowers that one can decide to use in a wedding. You can tell by simply looking at these pictures with black dahlia wedding bouquets that can speak of their natural beauty, charm, whimsical elegance and magnificent appearance. You can carry a black dahlia wedding bouquet on a winter fanciful wedding or perhaps on a fall themed wedding.
One can also choose a black dahlia wedding bouquet for a special type of wedding, such as those Gothic, Halloween or rock themed wedding. In case you are planning a dark themed wedding, and you’re looking for dark wedding flowers, it would be wonderful to take advantage of the natural beautiful color of these flowers.
The black shade almost strays to a burgundy seductive tone that can win every guest’s eye. There is a special romanticism and sensuality hidden in this particular type of flower that few brides are aware of. As you can see, there are many types of “hidden” flowers that you can pick to use in a wedding. One must not stop the searching at classic roses, orchids, calla lilies or tulips and continue the process of looking for a perfect wedding flower bouquet until she finds the one type of flower. Have you ever thought of dahlias until now?
This color can be easily assorted with white shades, pale pink shades, yellow shades, orange, purple, lilacs, red, cream or ivory. You can find these colors in almost any flower that exist out there in flower shops. Dahlias usually work great with chrysanthemums, gerbera daises, ranunculus, peonies, anemones, orchids, roses, mums or calla lilies.