Not quite pink, not quite orange — coral is the perfect in-between! Coral is a lovely hue that adds warmth and a touch of femininity to your DIY wedding or event arrangements. Whether you want to make your blue-toned beach wedding flowers pop or you need to perk up a traditional all-white arrangement, our coral-colored spectrum of blossoms will make your vision a reality. When you shop Blooms by the Box, you get the added benefit of buying in bulk and enjoying wholesale pricing, so that you will be able to stay on budget without sacrificing quality or freshness.
Our great selection of coral blooms ranges from light to dark in color, with some flowers appearing slightly pinker and others more peach. No matter which shade of coral you are looking for, Blooms by the Box’s wholesale coral charm peonies, Amsterdam roses, coral gerbera daisies and other blooms will help your DIY flower arrangements stand out from the crowd. This highly-versatile hue works well with so many other colors, such as yellows, peaches, whites and blues. Are you looking for some suggestions on how to arrange our coral florals? Try some of our following favorite ideas:
Country style: Create a warm, inviting atmosphere with a Mason jar (or white hobnail jar) filled with loosely arranged coral peonies, peach poppies, white ranunculus and hypericum berries. Accent the jar with lace or raffia for a final touch.
Woodland theme: Capture the earthy tones and natural appeal of the woods with an arrangement of orange protea pincushions, dusty miller, assorted succulents and greenery. Arrange them in birch planters or in woodland planters for praise-worthy centerpieces.
Beach feel: Capture the carefree feeling of spending a day at the beach with an assortment of coral roses accented with blue and white hydrangeas arranged in a blue Mason jar. Accent the jar with some seashells sprinkled around the tables.
Caring for Your Coral Flowers
Your coral flowers will arrive at your doorstep carefully wrapped inside a protective envelope inside of a box. Once they arrive, try to unbox them as quickly as possible. Add approximately 4 inches of water to a vase and stir in the provided plant food. Cut the stems of the coral flowers under water at a diagonal angle and then add them to the vase, taking care to remove any greenery that falls below the water line to avoid foul-smelling and cloudy water. Allow several hours for your coral flowers to rehydrate prior to your event.