Affordable Pink Flowers for Your Wedding

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Everyone wants gorgeous flowers for their wedding. And why not? They're pretty, smell wonderful, and can make a huge design statement. But! It can be easy to get carried away and let your flower budget spiral out of control. Resist the temptation by using this handy graphic filled with affordable pink flowers for your wedding to get amazing blooms within your budget.

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Everyone wants gorgeous flowers for their wedding. And why not? They're pretty, smell wonderful, and can make a huge design statement. But! It can be easy to get carried away and let your flower budget spiral out of control. Resist the temptation by using this handy graphic filled with affordable pink flowers for your wedding to get amazing blooms within your budget.

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Large Hydrangeas: The heads are tightly packed full of small flowers and a single stem can make up the bulk of a small bouquet. Several stems can make one lush looking bridal bouquet.

Carnations: Not your cheesy 80's flower anymore! These simple flowers can be used as a filler but try letting them stand alone by grouping several bunches together in a chic bouquet.

Hypericum Pink: Commonly known as St. John's Wort, these stems of berries would work as a quirky filler for more informal bouquets.

Ranunculus Pink: A trendy flower that pair beautifully with other organic style, loose flowers for stunning bouquets! They're also perfect for boutonnieres.

Tulips: A wedding staple and always a great deal. At any time of year, you can find some shade of the super rose in purple online. One dozen makes a gorgeous and CHEAP bouquet.

Garden Roses: An excellent flower that looks similar to peonies but at a fraction of the cost! Sturdy and very easy to arrange so they're perfect for DIYing centerpieces and bouquets.

Peonies: Romantic and lush, these blooms are more expensive but so full that you'll need only a few to create luxe-looking centerpieces and bouquets

Roses: A wedding standard that is hardy, easy to use, and comes in many shades. Roses look lovely when tucked in as filler for more expensive, lush flowers or tightly packed together for a more modern, sculptural look.

Are you using any pink flowers in your wedding?