Yellow is pretty much my favorite color! It overflows with joy and sunshine. Adding a little (or a lot) of yellow to your wedding day is a sure way to keeps things lively and fun. Thankfully, there are lots of choices of yellow blooms.
I’ve compiled a list of the best yellow options for your DIY wedding flowers. Whether you just want a little pop of sunshine, or a whole bouquet, you should definitely find some awesome choices in the list below.
These must be the most fun flowers I know of! Billy balls are a trendy way to add some whimsy to your big day. They pack so much punch and character into their little blooms, making them a great choice for your yellow flowers!
Sunflowers are classic late summer/fall flower choice. But, who knew they came in such a variety? Whereas some people might shy away from this stunning flower due to it’s size, now you can get them in more manageable diameters.
The Yellow Rose of Texas shall be mine forever more… Sorry, I just had to! But how beautiful are these yellow roses? I think this would be my first choice when picking yellow florals. They come in a great variety of shapes and styles, and roses are a great bloom to work with for DIYers.
Mums & Daisies
I’m squishing several categories into one here, but they fit well together. Yellow Mums/Poms/Daisies are great additions to your wedding flowers, especially if you are going for a bit more casual or country vibe. I personally am always a huge fan of the football mums.
Ah, stock. The little known grocery store variety of flower that is so stylish you’d never guess it! If you need some height and texture in your arrangement. Yellow stock is a great choice. It’s many blooms and petals make it an interesting add to any arrangement, and it comes is such a pretty yellow color!
The whole bridal world is currently having a love affair with ranunculus, and for good reason! It’s delicate fluffy blooms are adorable. And, lucky for you, they come in yellow. Ranunculus can be a bit tricky to DIY just because of their wiry stems. I think the best bet is to embrace their unruliness in your designs for a wild and free look.
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