Yellow Flowers Guide Featured on Confetti Day Dreams

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Your Guide to Yellow Flowers by
Blooms By The Box and Confetti Day Dreams

Are you dreaming of daffodils, sunflowers, and long summer days as this sunny season draws to a close? We are too! Don’t let the end of summer get you down, instead, incorporate some sunshine into your life by using yellow flowers in your next wedding or event!
As official sponsors of Confetti Day Dream’s Wedding Flowers Guide, we are excited to be featured in their latest installment of the series! The article shares the best yellow flowers to use in your arrangement, how to use them, and what they best pair with to create a dynamic, eye-catching floral bouquet! With this expert overview, you will be on your way to mixing and matching yellow beauties to in no time!

Keep reading for an excerpt of the feature!

“If you’re looking for the names and types of yellow wedding flowers with pics and handy flower tips – we’re on it! Perhaps you’re planning a delicate spring wedding or a vibrant summer wedding and are dreaming of flowers in shades of yellow? Maybe you envision a celebration with delicate touches of chic yellow blooms like in this pale yellow, white and coral winelands wedding? 

If you haven’t guessed it yet, yellow works wonders in a range of powerful color combinations. How about a fresh citrus wedding? Just check out this exquisite  citrus wedding inspiration here.  Or perhaps you’d prefer this bright and colourful Golden Gate Park wedding which pairs fuchsia pink peonies with bright yellow poppies! If you’re a fan of the rustic countryside then check out how this modern bride used sunflowers in her coral, navy and mustard DIY wedding. Grey and yellow make an unforgettably beautiful combination, too, when paired with rustic eucalyptus in a stunning barn setting like this.

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