The light and papery petals of Statice flowers are vibrant colors and can be preserved extremely easily. You'll find them in a wide range of colors including pink, purple, yellow, and blue. If you're new to drying flowers, these are a great option to start with.
Gypsophila, or Baby's Breath, is a flower commonly used in arrangements as an accent or filler between larger flowers. It has tiny, white clusters of flowers on long branches and stems. These flowers are easily preserved by drying.
Lavender is known for its fragrant purple flowers that have a calming effect. This flower preserves well and can be used ornamentally as well as for aromatic and therapeutic purposes.
These friendly-looking yellow flowers are great for drying and preserving. You're mostly likely to find them in bright yellow, but orange and pink are options as well. These easily maintain their shape when dried and work well for creating dried floral bouquets.