If you're looking to incorporate specific hues into your wedding flowers, Columbus Weddings presents a guide to flowers by color.

If you're looking to incorporate specific hues into your wedding flowers, Columbus Weddings presents a guide to flowers by color.

PURPLE

Purple is a popular color scheme for weddings throughout the year. The purple and blue varieties of hydrangeas have a fullness and vibrancy that can make bouquets and arrangements eye-catching.

If flowers with large blooms are used, adding smaller flowers is a nice touch for delicate details. "[Purple] mini calla lilies are lovely," Steven Sturdivant of Botanica Floral Artisans says.

He also suggests adding flowering kale. It's an option to give a unique and textured twist to flower groupings. Sturdivant's other purple flower favorites include dahlias, veronica, stock, anemones and hyacinths.

CORAL

If you're looking to add a pop of bright color to the big day, Lynette Higginbotham of MadisonHouse Designs has a key palette she likes to use: coral colored flowers when bridesmaids' dresses are darker colors.

"I love mixing various shades of peach, blush and coral when we're doing coral weddings, as it softens the brightness of the coral, especially when it's up against a dark dress like navy," she says.

Her flowers of choice for coral schemes include flamingo calla lilies, cafe au lait dahlias, blush astilbe, peach Juliet garden roses, coral godetia, peach amaryllis and Amsterdam roses.

ORANGE

Sturdivant says he likes to use rust-colored football mums when he is working with orange because they are nice and full.

He also recommends orange varieties of gerbera daisies, snap dragons, spray roses and lilies. For some unexpected contrast, mix in sunflowers with orange pallets.

RED

Red is a timeless color choice for weddings. Sturdivant suggests roses as a classic option for bouquets. He also uses red dahlias, spray roses and gerberas, and incorporates tropical flower ginger. Hypericum berries add a nice garnish and detail to flowers.

Flowers can also be matched to the colors of dresses. If bridesmaids' dresses are a dusty rose, Higginbotham said she likes to use mother of pearl roses, amnesia and quicksand.