Whether you just love pink or, like Shelby in Steel Magnolias, appreciate the subtleties of “bashful” and “blush,” you’re sure to find inspiration in this collection of rosy florals. Browse the most popular pink flower arrangements (and blossoms) from the pages of Flower magazine.

Kate Holt works magic with soft pinks and pale yellows in this combination of parrot tulips, fringed tulips, ranunculus, Japanese sweet peas, California lilacs, honeysuckle vine, and Pieris japonica. Photo by Elizabeth Messina
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DeJuan Stroud’s flirtatious arrangement of sweet peas and garden roses is sitting pretty, beckoning us, à la fashion editor Maggie Prescott in the 1957 film Funny Face. Photo from Designing Life’s Celebrations (Rizzoli New York, 2016)
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Kim Starr Wise wills a wooden bowl with Japanese ranunculus, anemones, hyacinths, carnations, hellebores, and garden spray roses in hues of pink. Photo by Eugenia Uhl
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Rosy quince branches spring from a bowl full of peonies, lisianthus, fringed tulips, lilacs, sweet peas, scabiosas, and eucalyptus arranged by  Sullivan Owen. Photo by Alison Conklin
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Michal Evans combines pinks with lilac (‘André Le Nôtre’ roses, ‘Lavanda’ roses, and ‘Clooney’ ranunculus) in this painterly arrangement for Suzanne Kasler's home. Photo by Erica George Dines
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New Orleans antiques purveyor and author Patrick Dunne learned early on growing up in Corpus Christi, Texas, to stop and see the roses. He shared memories of a Cécile Brünner rose boutonniere with Flower. Photo by Bonnie Taylor Barry, Shutterstock
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Erin Benzakien's cheerful chrysanthemum design with spidery petals is dotted with light-pink puffs of ‘Peter Magnus’ and anchored with fuller blooms of ‘Norton Vic.’ Photo by Joy Prouty
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Flower Wild's Kate Holt fills a Tuscan jar with pink and white blossoms (sprays of foxglove, scabiosas, Japanese sweet peas, and Pieris japonica). Photo by Elizabeth Messina
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Ingrid Carozzi of Tin Can Studios shares step-by-step instructions for making an all-pink arrangement (in a vintage pink vase, no less). Photo by Paul Brissman
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A tangle of quince with frothy pink peonies and shot glasses with single peony blossoms anchor a table set with hors d'oeuvres at this Jennifer Boles cocktail party. Photo by Sarah Dorio
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Ingrid Carozzi of Tin Can Studios filled a green glass with ranunculus and sweet peas to make this simple, but lush arrangement. Photo by Paul Brissman
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‘Pink Majolica’ spray roses add a rosy blush to Myrtie Blue's mix of ‘Caramel Antike’ roses, ‘Juliet’ David Austin garden roses, hydrangeas, ranunculus, astrantia, hellebores, loropetalum, coralbells, bunny tails grass, dried poppy pods, dried palmetto, and spirea. Photo by Colleen Duffley
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New York–based floral designer Oscar Mora ushers in spring with a standout arrangement sure to brighten anyone’s day with loads of bright pink peonies, orchids, and sweet peas, plus orange and yellow roses. Photo by Brooke Slezak
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A bouquet of peonies, hydrangeas, sweet peas, tulips and roses are ready for a fragrant bicycle ride in Georgianna Lane's book, Paris in Bloom. Photo by Georgianna Lane
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Janie Medley of JMFlora Design in Richmond, made this fun, frilly, circlet of blossoms (pink peonies, pink spray roses, pink ranunculus, jasmine vine, waxflowers, feverfew, and yellow ranunculus). Photo by Patricia Lyons
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Proving that pink doesn't need to be limited to spring flowers, Sidra Forman whips up a tantalizing fall arrangement of ‘Seaton’s J’dore’ chrysanthemums and ‘Café au Lait’ dahlias.
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Tara Guérard of Soirée, an event design firm with studios in Charleston and New York, shares step-by-step instructions for a fresh summer arrangement. Photo by Brie Williams
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Last (but far from least) is Pink, a great Dane dressed for her owners' wedding. Pink is wearing a flirty pink collar designed by Holly Carlisle using 'White Majolica' spray roses, 'Pink Majolica' spray roses, tulips, ranunculus and blushing bride protea. Photo by Liz Young
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