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Posted by Mancuso's Florist on December 30, 2020 | Last Updated: January 13, 2021 Blue Flowers Events Flowers

Incorporate Blue Florals into Your Home Décor

If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to spruce up your home, look no further than an arrangement of blue flowers to add instant pizzazz and sophistication. Rarer than other colored florals, blue-hued blossoms are truly unique and impressive. Here at Mancuso’s Florist, we love designing with blue flowers and we’re sharing some of our favorites with you below.  Keep reading to find out more about why blue flowers are so amazing.

The color blue is used broadly to promote a variety of feelings from calm and tranquility to trust and loyalty. Blue has complex and conflicting meanings based on its particular shade. Light blue, for example, represents friendliness, peace, infinity, and serenity. Mid-range and bright blues represent strength, dependability, and coolness while darker blues symbolize authority, dignity, and intelligence.

Striking Blue Flowers

Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are bountiful, lush, breathtaking flowers and come in subtle shades of blue such as light, powder blue, and sky blue. The shade of blue achieved is determined by the alkalinity of the soil. Blue hydrangea conveys a deep understanding and strong feeling of love and adoration when given as a gift. Hydrangea also symbolizes grace, beauty, and prosperity.

Blue Delphinium

Blue Delphinium

A true blue flower with a gorgeous bright hue, delphiniums have delicate petals in a radiant blue with a slight gradation. They are simple yet elegant blooms that stand for fun, new opportunities, and encouragement for chasing your dreams.

Blue Grape Hyacinth

Grape Hyacinth

This beautiful bulb-shaped flower grows in clusters resembling a bunch of grapes. They come in a range of colors from blue, purple, white, and yellow. The grape hyacinth represents trust and sincerity in many cultures and also symbolizes joy and rebirth.

Bluestar flowrs in field

Bluestar

Named for their star-shaped blooms, bluestars are charming blue flowers that make any garden or floral arrangement pop. This pretty little flower represents steadfastness and affection.

Blue Bellflower against a white background

Bellflower

With blooms in the shape of a bell, the lovely Bellflower also comes in several different colors such as light purple, pink, white, and blue. These long-stemmed beauties make great cut flowers and their brilliant blue compliments any arrangement. Bellflowers are associated with the realm of fairies and symbolize humility, reverence, and gratitude.

Blue Asters in a field of green

Blue Aster

In ancient times, asters were considered magical flowers that could drive away evil spirits as well as have healing properties. These daisy-shaped blooms symbolize love, patience, and elegance.

Blue Morning Glory in bush of greenery

Morning Glory

An ornamental floral frequently used in weddings, the morning glory is a saucer-shaped flower that blooms in the morning and dies in the evening. The flower symbolizes love and its duality, meaning it represents eternal love and affection as well as unrequited love and longing. Either way, it’s still a striking blue flower.

Blue and white iris growing on green stem

Iris

The gorgeous and alluring iris flower comes in a variety of colors which explains its name: in Greek, “iris” translates into “rainbow.” A regal bloom, iris flowers symbolize faith, wisdom, hope, and valor. A beautiful accent bloom, irises also make quite a statement when grouped together by themselves.

Forget Me Not Flowers

Forget-Me-Nots

This adorable blue flower may be tiny but its bright blue color makes it worth remembering. A 15th-century legend states that wearers of this flower would not be forgotten by their loved ones. A symbol of faithful love and loving memories, forget-me-not are often used in romantic celebrations.

Blue cornflowers growing

Cornflower

A stunningly beautiful blue flower, the cornflower is also known as the bachelor button flower. Single men used to wear the cornflower on their lapel while courting someone. If the flower died quickly, it would indicate the love is not reciprocated. These bright blue blooms symbolize hope in love, celibacy, and blessedness.

Blue Orchid blooms up close

Blue Orchid

Orchids are exotic, beautiful flowers cherished by many people, but blue orchids are exquisite, rare, and remarkable as well as highly coveted. The Aztecs and Greeks regarded blue orchids as symbols of strength and virility. These gorgeous blooms also represent perfection, opulence, beauty, and luxury.

single Blue Anemone against green leaves

Blue Anemone

The beautiful blue anemone can brighten any home with its charming simplicity and lovely fragrance. Believed to bring luck and protection against evil, blue anemones are also known for being magical and bringing peace of mind.

The striking design of white lilies and complimenting flowers in this cobalt blue vase reflect a very distinctive look and feel.

Touch of Blue Bouquet

For something different yet special and striking, go blue the next time you want to send flowers to someone or to freshen up your space with beautiful flowers. Peruse our selection of florals now to find the perfect arrangement.