Recently we used dark centered white anemones for a Destin beach wedding and were faced with an issue that we wanted to share with our readers. When we received our shipment from the farm and opened the box, our excitement turned to dismay very quickly. Our white anemones looked pink. We had a handful of pure white flowers but the rest had pink highlights or flecks of pink to some degree. At first we thought we had received the wrong flower and our supplier thought the same. However, once we spoke to the farm they told us that due to heavy rains the flowers took on a pink appearance. Thankfully, our bride didn’t mind the very slight hint of pink and she actually loved it. For her bouquet we used only the ones that were all white . If you are a DIY bride planning a black and white wedding, purple and white, or navy and white, you need to be aware of this possibility in the color of anemones. When a flower supplier lists that flower shades may vary, the last thing you expect is a variance of white to pink. The number one choice of brides and favored wedding flower is the peony and it can also be greatly affected by the weather. When they receive too much rain their blooms are quite a bit smaller. You may be spending a high dollar amount for luxurious flowers and then receive peonies with tiny little balls that open into tiny little blooms. When your Destin wedding florists design the flowers for your wedding, be sure to find out what is going on with the farms who produce your flowers before making the investment. A little forethought and investigation may save you from having pink flowers at an all white Destin beach wedding!