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30 Wonderful Dahlias Wedding Bouquets

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Dahlias are breathtakingly gorgeous, symmetrical flowers that many brides want in their wedding bouquet. Asides from their practical affordability and beauty, these blooms have a long growing season and so they are available many times of the year. This is why with dahlias there are so many wedding bouquet ideas.

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Dahlias wedding bouquets are also a loving favorite because of the many varieties of this magnificent flower. It comes in a lot of shapes, colors, and hues, and gives so many options to create bedazzling bouquets. You could try cactus dahlias, waterlily shaped dahlias, single-flowered dahlias and more. There is also a popular favorite, the Café au Lait dahlia, also known as the dinner plate dahlia, which is huge and grows in different hues of peach ivory, creamy pink and rose hues. Below we give you a number of dahlia flower arrangements ideas which you could try for your wedding aesthetic.

Photo 1-3: Stylish Boho

Source: Love and embers photography, Jodi & Kurt Baier via instagramPhil Chester Photography

Seeded eucalyptus, dahlias, wax flower, dusty miller and astilbe to create a romantic bouquet.

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Photo 4-6: Wonderful Flower Cascade

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Surround these huge beauties with accents of tulips, pink lilies, small burgundy sprouts and cascading ivy.

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Photo 7-9: Single Dahlias Wedding Bouquets

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Make this huge dahlias the center focus of your bouquet and accent it with deep colored roses, collarette dahlia blooms and some greens.

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Photo 10-12: Classic Ideas

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Wildflowers, garden roses, dahlias, astilbe and greenery for a pale pink bouquet.

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Photo 13-15: Simple Wedding Bouquets

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Mix dahlias, succulents and roses with a loose base of greenery for a simple, yet gorgeous arrangement.

Photo 16-18: Bouquets With Wild Flower

Source: Ashley Link Photography, One Love PhotoVictoria Phipps via instagram

Create a floral clutch with a bit of everything in bloom from neutral astilbe, to spray roses, pink berries, blush pink dahlias and greenery for a romantic floral arrangement.

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Photo 19-21: Trendy Burgundy Composition

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Create a burgundy dahlia bouquet with almost black, wine hued dahlias and pair with similar colored anemones. For a bit of brightness add purple and textured green leaves.

Photo 22-24: White Bouquets

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For that classy winter look create a clutch of numerous white blooms with a couple of dahlias in the mix.

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Photo 25-27: In Bright Colors

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A bouquet of many colors will be this one with dahlias of bright pink, beige, peach, and blush for a pretty bloom.

Photo 28-30: Blush Wedding Bouquets

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For a neutral vibe, consider filling your bouquet with creamy astilbe, pink and barely yellow dahlias, and fern.

Not unlike peonies, roses, and hydrangeas, dahlias wedding flowers are a great addition to any wedding bouquet. These affordable beauties with their dynamic shape will add elegance and sophistication to just about any floral arrangement. There is almost no limit to the amount of creativity you can get up to with these floral beauties.

Dahlias wedding bouquets are highly sought after by lots of brides and if you are considering adding them to the floral clutch for your wedding, there are so many options you can try. Dahlias come in a wide range of shades, from soft pastel hues to dark vibrant colors, so it would be easy to find the ones that fit right in with your color theme to create magnificent bouquets.

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