The Perfect Wedding Flowers for Your Dusty Rose Wedding - Sola Wood Flowers

The Perfect Wedding Flowers for Your Dusty Rose Wedding

Calling all 2022 brides! Do you have your heart set on dusty rose flowers for your dream wedding? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Dusty rose is a trendy color that has been well-loved by many brides recently. If you love romantic color shades but don’t want to be too over-the-top, dusty rose will be perfect for you. This article will help you to know how to envision, design, and achieve the perfect dusty rose bridal bouquet. You can also use these tips to incorporate them in the rest of your wedding floral plans so you have a cohesive, beautiful floral aesthetic at your wedding.


When it comes to finding dusty rose flowers for your wedding, you’ll need to determine what kind of flowers you want to use. Fresh flowers are certainly beautiful and romantic, not to mention they smell wonderful. However, fresh flowers in a color as specific as dusty rose can be hard to come by during certain times of the year. 

For example, if you’re getting married during the summer, which is prime wedding season, you might notice that a lot of other brides are also incorporating dusty rose into their weddings in one way or another. This can make it difficult to find all of the dusty rose flowers that you’ll need for your wedding. The fresh flowers that you do find in the dusty rose shade will likely be pretty expensive since their popularity has caused their demand and price to increase. If you really have your heart set on fresh flowers, try doing your bridal bouquet with fresh flowers. But to save some money and get all the dusty rose shade you want, you should try using artificial flowers for everything else. 

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Artificial Flower Options

Silk Flowers

Silk flowers are a great option for affordable, beautiful, and realistic artificial flowers. They’re made out of high-quality silk fabric which has a soft texture and pretty shine which makes them look beautiful for any wedding. Plus, they won’t break your wedding budget. Your guests won’t even be able to tell the difference!

Wood Flowers

Wood flowers are a great option for artificial wedding flowers. They’re made out of natural tapioca root, thinned and softened, and shaped into realistic-looking flowers. The best part of all is that they’re naturally a cream/white shade, which makes them the perfect canvas to be dyed into any color. So, you can get all of the dusty rose flowers that you want without worrying about supply and demand issues. You can even order dusty rose flowers in bulk to use for your bridal bouquet, your bridesmaid bouquets, groomsmen boutonnieres, and more. If you’re a crafty bride that loves a good DIY project, DIY wood flower bouquet sets could be perfect for you. You can also get the arrangements done for you.

Dried Flowers

Dried flowers have become very popular for bohemian, desert-style weddings over the past few years. They are a lot more affordable than fresh flowers. However, you might be hard-pressed to find dried flowers that match the exact dusty rose shade that you desire, unless you want to spray paint them.

No matter what type of flowers you end up using, you’ll be able to find the dusty rose bridal bouquet of your dreams if you just spend some time researching the options that are available to you. Now, to the fun part. Every bride needs to choose the perfect wedding color combination! Here are a few ideas that include dusty rose. 

Dusty Rose Color Combinations

Dusty rose is a trendy shade of pink that is muted with purple and blue undertones. It has a grayish hue that makes it almost a sort of neutral among other colors. Since it isn’t too orangey or bright, it matches well with a huge variety of different colors. If you don’t want your wedding to be overpoweringly pink or feminine, you can match your dusty rose flowers with some unique shades for a more bohemian, adventurous look. Here are a few different kinds of color combinations that work well with the dusty rose shade that you should consider for your wedding. Check out this article for more ideas as well!

Dusty Rose and Burgundy

This color combination has been going strong for the past few years. The contrast of dusty rose and dark burgundy is so romantic. They look great for any season, whether you’re getting married in the spring, summer, fall, or winter. 

dusty rose and burgundy wedding bouquet

Red, White and Dusty Rose

Stun your guests with a bold combination of dusty rose, deep red, and white. This combination would look great for a winter or holiday wedding. Just think about how dreamy a red and white bridal bouquet would look with a touch of dusty rose.

Dusty Rose and Sage Green

This color combination has to be one of the most popular pairings for weddings. There is something so timeless about dusty rose blooms and sage greenery. You can add in lighter shades of pink and darker shades of green for some more depth in your arrangements.

sage and dusty rose

Dusty Rose, Dusty Blue, and Navy

If you want more of a nautical touch at your wedding, dusty rose, dusty blue, and navy will be perfect for you. This color combination is classy and timeless. Plus, it will match with the navy suit that your groom really wants to wear. 

Lilac, Baby Blue, and Dusty Rose

Calling all Bridgerton fans! This is the color combination for you. These pastel shades of lilac, baby blue, and dusty rose are so utterly romantic. Make sure to include lots of fluffy, cascading blooms and your wedding will look like it is straight out of regency-era London.

Dusty Rose and Gray

This combo is perfect for the classy bride and groom. Both light and dark gray look beautiful with dusty rose. You could even combine the two for a structured look that your groom will love.

Ivory and Dusty Rose

If you’re going for something a little more simple while still being romantic, ivory and dusty rose will be the perfect color combination for you.

Dusty Rose and Gold

Do you love a bit of bling? Dusty Rose and Gold can be the perfect rich, flashy combination for a bride that loves things to look expensive. If you aren’t too fond of yellow-gold, switch it out for rose gold and let the pink tones take over!

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