Bouquets from Real Weddings
This bride's bouquet consisted of freesia, lisianthus, patience roses, scabiosa, sweetpeas, chamomile, garden snow roses, scented geraniums, and jasmine. Its ribbon was a piece of lace from her great-grandmother's nightgown.
This vibrant bouquet included 'Romantic Antike' roses, begonias, zinnias, carnations, and gartenmeister fuchsias bound with a wide striped ribbon.
The subtle hints of pink in Jennifer's soft, textured clutch of peonies, roses, and variegated phaleonopsis orchids complemented the rosy velvet ribbon on her gown.
Tones of White
This white-and-ivory bouquet boasted roses, peonies, and scabiosas.
Loose and Leafy
Soft and Romantic
These vendela roses were tied together with beige silk lace.
For her destination wedding in Bali, this bride carried blush peonies, fresh herbs, parrot tulips, sweetpeas, and baby bud roses.
This wild arrangement included peach and yellow garden roses, dahlias, scabiosa, and king protea tied together with a sequined sash.
Weddings' style director Kate Berry created Blake Lively's lush bouquet of pink jasmine, andromeda, dusty miller, and blushing bride hydrangea. She dipped select petals in subtle rose-gold glitter to play up the embroidery of the same color on the bride's couture ballgown by Marchesa.
This vibrant bouquet, which grouped together garden roses, nigella, and dusty miller, was tied with a pair of deep blue satin ribbons for a loose, organic feel.
Crisp and White
For Aneta's destination nuptials in France, she opted for coral 'Juliet' roses, lavender, aster, and lush foliage.
This bouquet of Coral Charm and gold peonies, David Austin cabbage roses, poppy buds, and seeded grass heads alluded to the wedding property's swaying weeping willows.
Casual and Elegant
Susan's bouquet fit right in with the rural Massachusetts setting, with its stunning dinner-plate dahlia accented with hydrangeas and rosemary.
A Graphic Garnish
White peonies are wrapped with striped vintage ribbon, befitting of Annette's black-and-white wedding in New York City.
Blush-pink garden roses are surrounded by black velvet leaves and crinoline at Courtney's wedding. A lush gold ribbon was the final touch.
Bright and Wild
Dahlias, scabiosa, ranunculus, jasmine, roses, and protea brought a pop of color to Emily's bridal look.
A lush clutch of roses, ranunculus, pieris, hellebores, and dusty miller.
For Heather and Alex's wedding in the yard of their home, the bride carried a bouquet of lush pink garden roses, geranium leaves, and passion vines.
Gilded leaves and a "something blue" jacquard ribbon add a regal feeling to a bouquet of hydrangeas, ranunculus, and rosebuds.
A Simple Stunner
Kathryn carried white peonies and cyclamen at her Art Deco-inspired wedding.
Katy's large bouquet of sweet peas, roses, peonies, and white feathers complements her custom-made dress.
Flowers and Lace
Queen Anne's Lace and some interesting ribbon was all Leanne needed for her bouquet.
Leila chose an all-green palette for her Wine Country nuptials. Here, her bouquet of mint, hellebores, ranunculus, and parrot tulips.
Pretty in Peach
Leslie's bouquet contained garden roses, paniculata hydrangeas, bittersweet, and scabiosa pods.
Lilly's bouquet of roses and anemones was wrapped with blue ribbon that tied in the color palette inspired by the scenery of Martha's Vineyard.
Lisa carried an all-yellow bouquet of craspedia and roses.
A Gorgeous Gathering
Lucy carried roses, freesia, Lady's Mantle, Love in the Mist, sweet peas, and astrancia down the aisle at her destination wedding in England.
Wonderful in White
Megan's bouquet consisted of lily of the valley, muscari, dahlias, gomphrena, 'Majolica' roses, freesia, ferns, and chamomile flowers.
For Kate's woodland-themed wedding, she created a bouquet of plush 'Pieter B' and 'Evelyn' garden roses, bunny tails, and pink-edged variegated dogwood.
Taylor's elegant bouquet abounds with freesia, anemones, lilies of the valley, peonies, ranunculus, tulips, and verdant hosta leaves.
Martha made this bouquet of white cattleya orchids for her friend Susan's Caribbean wedding.
A Lovely Cascade
This bride carries calla lilies, wired gladiolus, sweet peas, and stephanotis on the vine -- an updated version of her mother's wedding bouquet from 1956.
For her ski-themed wedding, Jodi carried a collection of ivory ranunculus, parrot tulips, and anemones, with accents of lamb's ears, blooming cotton sprigs, and tiny tallow-berry branches.
Elizabeth's all-white bouquet consisted of peonies and late-season garden roses.
A bouquet of carnations, Marguerite daisies, daffodils, chamomile, variegated tulips, and alchemilla (lady's mantle).
A Southern Stunner
Sharon's hand-tied cascade bouquet mixes pale-pink peonies, sweet peas, azaleas, white mock orange, bell-shaped campanula, clematis, and garden roses.
A Little Bit Country
Amy holds her bouquet of ranunculus and blue delphiniums surrounding a dahlia.
Made by Mom
Oh, So Romantic
Lily holds her bouquet, made of garden roses, dahlias, orchids, lily of the valley, jasmine, sweet peas, and scented geranium.
Dinner-plate dahlias, roses, zinnias, geraniums, and ornamental oregano made for a summery bouquet at Gail's wedding.
Large and Lush
Susan carried a clutch of giant dahlias punctuated by round green proteas, pale emerald calla lilies, and midnight-black chocolate cosmos.
For her red-and-white wedding, Randi stuck mostly to the palette, using chrysanthemums, celosia, ranunculus, scabiosa, eucalyptus fruit, hypericum fruit, and a medley of other blooms and berries.
A luxurious golden velvet ribbon was the finishing touch on this bouquet of 'Polo' roses, lilacs, scabiosa, sweetpeas, jasmine vine, ornithogalum, snowberries, button ferns (painted gold), and ring-necked pheasant plumage.
Light and Airy
Garden roses, sweet peas, and calla lilies make for a dynamic mix.
Cynthia's bouquet includes clematis, roses, freesia, and gooseneck loosestrife.
Bright and Bold
Cheree embraced color, with her bouquet of vibrant ranunculus.
Hot-pink peonies, purple anemones, dusty miller, and a few feathers pack a punch at this California wedding.
Golden peonies, garden roses, honeysuckle, ranunculus, and poppies make up Joanne's bouquet.
Lauren's bouquet overflows with dahlias, tulips, ranunculus, maiden-hair fern, nerines, scabiosa, and viburnum foliage.
Liz carried an elegant array of roses accented with millinery leaves at her wedding on a tropical island.
Old World Elegance
Kimberly's springtime bouquet boasts bearded iris, blueberries, columbine, delphinium, forget-me-nots, nigella, scabiosa, and Queen Anne's lace tied with vintage ribbon.
Stark white ranunculus in various states of bloom were perfect for this winter bride.
Wild and Charming
For her Florida wedding, bold bride Elle opted for a bouquet of peonies, roses, wild grasses, passionflower vine, viburnum berries, and nigella.
A Touch of Greenery
Abby's bouquet of all-white blooms is accented by succulents and dusty miller.
With pink as her wedding color, Vanessa opted to incorporate blush roses, lisianthus, and star-of-Bethlehem. The finishing touches were fashion-forward: feathers and tulle.
Roses and ranunculus are jazzed up with seeded eucalyptus and pepperberries.
Shapely and Splendid
A cascade of roses, hydrangea, porcelain berries, and ranunculus make for a textural, bountiful bouquet.
A Classic Nosegay
Amy carried a small grouping of roses, ranunculus, and dahlias bound with trim and an embroidered button.