21 of Our Favorite Wedding Bouquets
Boho-inspired, this soft romantic all-white fall bouquet, features white garden roses, stock, dahlias, astilbe, lisianthus, ranunculus, rice flower, eucalyptus, accented with delicate trailing ribbons. Marsala berries are woven into the bride’s bouquet as a compliment to the bridesmaids’ burgundy dresses featured in the next photo.
Photo Credit // The Brauns
We love the bridesmaids’ bright boho statement. In contrast to the bride’s flowers monochromatic design, these bridesmaids’ bouquets are more textural and free. They are bursting with color provided by peachy Juliet garden roses and big burgundy dahlias, eucalyptus, plum-toned agonis foliage, and kangaroo paws, with the soft finishing touch of muted gray ribbons from Silk and Willow.
Photo Credit // The Brauns
We love this round bouquet overflowing with blush dahlias, winterberry, astrantia, calcynia, ivory roses, Queen Anne's lace and variegated geranium foliage. These soothing and soft florals say “just picked” when paired with organic green accents.
Photo Credit // Kent and Stephanie Photography
Constructed with an interesting variety of greens, these textural arrangements truly make a design statement. The bridesmaids’ bouquets consist of white football mums and Alabaster garden roses, with copious green accents. In a colorful flip, the bride’s bouquet contrasts with the bridesmaids’ white bouquets with a unique arrangement of peach Juliette garden roses, ranunculus, blue thistle, white astilbe, and scabiosa pods.
Photo Credit // Derks Works
Naturally elegant, this wintry bouquet is organically styled, featuring winter foraged grasses and pods, sage green foliages, roses, ranunculus, privet berries, and anemones. The cascading style, with its cool color palette, is as beautiful as a fresh snowfall.
Photo Credit // Loden Floral Design
As intriguing and romantic as an old sepia photograph, a petit gathered autumn bouquet features a muted color palette. A mix of garden roses, hydrangea, and dahlias in soft mauve and cocoa hues are fresh from the Loden cutting garden. Other blooms include roses, dusty miller, and elaeagnus.
Photo Credit // PixC Photography
These garden-party inspired florals bring forth the bride’s vision of a happy spring palette with a sweet mix of white, lavender, blush, along with pops of fuschia and yellow. The bride’s bouquet features magenta peonies, lavender toned blooms, white roses with feathery astilbe and cheerful feverfew. Dusty miller frames both the bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets.
Photo Credit // ZMedia
This mix of field and wildflowers granted the bride’s wish for a bouquet that says “I picked them myself on a country walk!” Daisies are at the center, giving it that just picked vibe we love. The groom’s boutonniere held the key to lock tied into to the bride’s bouquet with a blue ribbon, making this arrangement truly one of a kind.
Photo Credit // Dillon Driscoll Photography
A relaxed garden-chic bouquet softly overflowing with greenery is a perfect choice for a summer farm wedding. Juliet garden roses and Sahara roses in the bride’s bouquet beautifully complement the blush tones in her wedding gown. Queen Anne’s lace, astilbe add a hint of wispiness, while succulents provide a unexpected texture.
Photo Credit // Alicia Wines Photography
Because of the coppery earthy tones of the cymbidium orchids featured in this beautiful bouquet, it is perfect for a late fall or winter wedding. Generously sized white peonies and champagne roses are accented with the exotic orchids, pine cones, scabiosa pods, and brunia berries.
Photo Credit // Swatch Studio
This hand-tied bouquets literally sparkles with crystal details sprinkled throughout. It abounds with glamour, right down to its satin ribbon wrapped stems. Glimmering white hydrangea, lisianthus, light pink roses, and ranunculus are set off by eucalyptus accents.
Photo Credit // AC Photography
The 2016 Colors of the Year, Serendipity Blue and Rose Quartz, are featured in this lovely bridal bouquet. The colors are beautifully represented by blue hydrangea, blush roses and spray roses, tweedia and eryngium, dusty miller and mix of textural greenery.
Photo Credit // Hayley Elizabeth Studios
Deep wine and purple tones make a 3D color statement when contrasted with striking black and white gowns. These exciting spring bouquets get a punch of freshness from bright greenery. The arrangements featured roses, viburnum, clematis, anemone, ranunculus, and scented geranium.
Photo Credit // Grier Photography
As summery as a glass of icy lemonade, this arrangement features cottage garden stars fragrant clematis, garden roses, foxglove, lavender, sky blue tweedia, and passion vine. We love this bouquet’s simple elegance with a soft pastel color palette and cascading greenery.
Photo Credit // Chelsea Brown Photography
This casual garden-style hand-tied bouquet, with it’s deep hues, is perfect for a late summer wedding. Featured are an exuberant mix of blooms and botanicals ranging in hue from cream to bright pink with purple accents. Locally grown cafe au lait dahlias truly made this bouquet unique.
Photo Credit // Derks Works
For her special day, this bride requested a personalized design to honor her grandmother. Wreathing her grandmother’s sewing hoop is a one-of-a-kind arrangement that features amethyst mini calla lilies, green and purple dendrobium orchids, and assorted greenery.
Photo Credit // John David Williamson Photography