The hydrangea is a powerhouse flower; it delivers more blooms for your buck, since a single stem is so voluminous. The flower symbolizes perseverance and heartfelt emotions.
An all-white bouquet of hydrangeas, peonies, roses, ranunculus, and anemonies.
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Blue and white hydrangeas create a bright base for a sunflower bouquet.
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Pink and white hydrangea bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids.
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We love how the hydrangeas in the bride's bouquet happen to match the natural scenery.
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Purple hydrangeas add heft to this bold bouquet of roses and calla lilies.
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A bright bouquet of purple hydrangeas.
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The bride and bridesmaids carried full, lush hydrangea bouquets.
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Lilac hydrangeas and red roses complement the bridesmaid's eggplant gown.
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Hydrangeas fill out this romantic ceremony arrangement of orchids and roses.
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Bundles of hydrangea line the aisle.
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Decorate your aisle with hydrangea pomanders and curly willow branches.
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Suspended hydrangea arrangements line the ceremony aisle.
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Hydrangea-filled cones hang along the aisle.
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Pink hydrangeas make a lovely backdrop for bridal portraits.
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A bountiful arrangement of white hydrangeas and roses.
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Bunches of hydrangeas decorate the chair backs.
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A fruit-filled vase punches up this tall hydrangea arrangement.
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Tall vessels topped with hydrangeas make elegant, streamlined centerpieces.
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A rustic centerpiece with hydrangeas, pops of purple, and fresh greenery.
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A clear vase topped with hydrangeas and greenery in a unique, modern centerpiece.
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Use hydrangeas as the base of your centerpiece, and then punch it up with a few bold-hued flowers.
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A rustic table setting with a beautiful array of hydrangeas and greenery.
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Pops of white hydrangeas add depth to this rose centerpiece.
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Stems of hydrangeas pop against greenery and branches.
Hydrangeas in fall hues add a rustic touch, especially when paired with sliced-open pomegranates.
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White hydrangeas make this centerpiece pop, even in low lighting.
Photo by: Limelight Photography Sarah McDonald on Every Last Detail via Lover.ly
A quaint low-profile centerpiece with hydrangeas.
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Masses of white hydrangea make an elegant centerpiece.
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Bright hydrangeas decorate this classic white monogrammed cake.
Photo Credit: Nick Brown
Both real and sugar hydrangeas dress up this classic square cake.
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