Our 23 Favorite Spring Bouquets
The bride’s dream bouquet was an airy confection that appeared to have been freshly picked in a field of wildflowers. A loose hand-tied assortment of babies breath, feverfew, blue delphinium, Queen Anne’s lace, wax flower, riceflower, and lily of the valley make this one of the most naturally beautiful bouquets we have ever seen.
The bridesmaids’ bountiful bouquets of dreamy white babies breath are the perfect accent for the bride’s flowing bouquet. This slightly “undone” arrangement consists of blush hydrangea, champagne roses, white peonies, and Queen Anne’s lace with stems wrapped in ivory satin ribbon. The softly draping greenery adds a romantic flair.
Inspired by natural elements, the spring blooms in this “just picked” bouquet reflect a rustic and romantic feeling. Ever so slightly manicured, this carefully chosen collection of peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, veronica, stock, sweet william, and wax flower is beautifully accented with a variety of greenery including dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus, hypericum, ruscus, salal, and succulents.
This traditional round bouquet features a tight collection of peach Juliet garden roses, blush spray roses, white mini calla lilies, and Queen Anne’s lace. Accents of gray-green succulents and eucalyptus coordinates with the groom and groomsmens’ boutonnieres. This classic and elegant bouquet is brought to life with a perfectly arranged pastel color palette of soft pinks, orange, and green.
With crystal details sprinkled throughout, this hand-tied bouquet literally sparkles! Glamour abounds right down to its satin ribbon wrapped stems. Glimmering white hydrangea, lisianthus, light pink roses, and ranunculus are set off by eucalyptus accents.
For this Tuscan inspired wedding, the bride carried a bouquet consisting of lavender, peach, and blue hued florals. Dusty purple amnesia roses, peach Juliet garden roses, blush lisianthus, and astilbe are accented by spires of lavender and olive branches throughout.
An exuberant waterfall of flowers, this cascade style bouquet overflows with white roses, white spray roses, white cloud garden roses, Juliet garden roses, and peach hypericum berry. Jasmine vine and eucalyptus taper the bouquet to a gorgeous finish.
We love this round and romantic bouquet of ivory and blush with soft green accents. Almost wall-to-wall flower, the voluminous bouquet consists of blush dahlias, light blush roses, and oversized ivory roses thoughtfully arranged with touches of dusty miller.
These garden-party inspired florals bring forth the bride’s vision of a happy spring palette with a sweet mix of white, lavender, and blush tones, along with pops of fuschia and yellow. The bride’s bouquet features magenta peonies, lavender and white roses, with feathery astilbe and cheerful feverfew. Dusty miller frame both the bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets.
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
This lavish bouquet of blush and ivory roses falls into a sumptuous floral cascade featuring rice flower, pink tulips, white sweet peas, pink ranunculus, and ivory spray roses. Draping pepperberry and eucalyptus add to the gentle cascade of this arrangement.
Herbs organically inspired this bouquet consisting of white peonies, blush roses, flowering oregano, astilbe, and white ranunculus. The ornamental oregano is a perfect example of how to incorporate herbs into your floral arrangements.
Perfect for a spring garden inspired wedding, this elegant all-white bouquet of mini hydrangea, roses, ranunculus, and lisianthus accented with “Green Trick” dianthus and assorted greenery are arranged in a lush round arrangement.