Here they are together. A soft pastel combination that is pleasing to the eye.
I stumbled on a great alternative two years ago, my native bleeding heart Dicentra eximia with another native Jacob's Ladder or Polemonium reptans. It's a combination I plan on reproducing again this year.
If you plant Bleeding hearts and bluebells together remember that the Virginia bluebells are spring ephemerals and will die down before the bleeding hearts finish flowering. Have some other shade or woodland plants like ferns, hostas, or ginger planted nearby to fill the hole.