DIY Wedding Flowers

Black And Red Wedding Flowers

We have some enticingly exotic black and red wedding flowers to add to our flower library. Many of these black flowers were once Victorian favorites and can add that little touch of mystery to your floral arrangements. Pair these black beauties with vibrant reds, yellows or bright blues for a bold wedding arrangement.

Flowers you will find in our Black and Red wedding flowers: plum branch, monkey tail, tea leaf, asiatic lily, kangaroo foot, aeonium, red ranunculus, safari, black vendela rose, piano garden rose, red grafted cactus and an anemone center. You can thank Orange County wedding florist, Krista Jon for sourcing all these beauties.

Be sure to see our other wedding flower guides:
Purple And Wedding Flowers
Pink Wedding Flowers

White Wedding Flowers
 & More White Wedding Flowers
Orange Wedding Flowers
Yellow Wedding Flowers
Green Wedding Flowers

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    Just stunning blooms. And they smell wonderful, too.

  2. Gorgeous! How dramatic. I’m pretty sure that top right is a Kangaroo Paw (being Australian and all) ;)

  3. 0. Mia T says:

    Is that a natural rose or a dyed rose- the vendela rose? I love it and would like to incorporate it into my bouquet, but I can’t find anything about it when i search online. Any tips? Thank you.

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