49 Bridesmaid Bouquets Your Girls Will Love
We already know that the perfect bouquet completes the brides' look. Now, let's make sure your bridesmaids get the same treatment. Pretty and lush florals can enhance your girls' carefully-selected dresses, which makes crafting the perfect flower clutch all the more important. From little bloom bunches to cascading arrangements, the beautiful bouquet options are truly limitless.
Just take the following bridal party arrangements from real weddings, for example. In the prettiest of colorways, these brides ensured that their 'maids blooms fit with every aspect of the wedding, from the dresses, to the theme, to the color palette. Also noteworthy? The vast array of flowers used to create endless floral combinations, each with their own signature vibe. For a sophisticated black-tie affair, bridesmaids carried bunches of just one bloom—crisp white anemones. For a more bohemian fête, the bride's attendants held arrangements filled with vines and greenery, giving off a wilder vibe.
Your bridesmaids' bouquets don't have to be determined by your wedding's level of casualness, however. Want your 'maids flowers to exactly match your own? Take notes from one bride, who proved that a uniform floral look is just as gorgeous as the mix-and-match route. If you want your girls to hold something floral-inspired, but aren't wowed by the idea of a traditional bouquet, opt for one-of-kind clutches like leafy tambourines, wire hoops, or baskets. At the end of the day, you know your best friends best—so set them up with an arrangement they're sure to love.
This deconstructed bunch looked like it was picked fresh, straight from the garden.
When put together it's clear just how carefully this bride chose her attendants' bouquets. The arrangements, which featured a variety of different roses, ranunculus, and greenery, were created in the exact same tones as her own bouquet.
This attendant's flat bouquet incorporated the burnt rust leaves and branches of the season.
A tambourine threaded with wildflowers and greens doesn't just look cool on the big day. It also made festive noises as these attendants walked down the aisle.
These bridesmaids' bouquets, made with garden roses, mums, seeded eucalyptus, and blue thistle, were smaller interpretations of the bride's.
Bridesmaids were the "belles" of the wedding with these blue bell clutches, filled out with green hydrangea and roses.
For a nontraditional touch, this bride had her attendants hold floral hoop bouquets, which were adorned with silver dollar eucalyptus, fern sprigs, and roses, and spider mums.
This ranunculus arrangement, made with soft and fuzzy greens, faded from pink, to peach, to orange.
Wine and Lavender
Light purple roses matched this bridesmaid's dress exactly, while blush and merlot-hued accent blooms added depth.
Ice and Peach
Peach roses and blue bells brought a warm and welcome color contrast to these petite bouquets—and also tied them back to the ice-colored gowns.
These oversized arrangements—complete with red, white, and magenta roses, indigo berries, and greens—popped against gold sequins.
Eucalyptus and Rose
Long sprigs of eucalyptus made up the majority of this arrangement, but the green leaf was also punctuated by pale-pink roses that matched the attendants' dresses for a hint of color.
Soft Color Palette
White, cream, and blush blooms were anything but quiet in this unique spray.
A single succulent brought a bohemian vibe to a rose, ranunculus, berry, and greens spray.
Succulents and pomegranates brought some intrigue to this 'maid's arrangement; feathers added texture.
Sunny daisies were splashy and pretty against a yellow gown.
Bunches of Anemones
Crisp white anemones, larkspur, roses, and silver dollar eucalyptus made up this bridesmaid's whimsical clutch.
Purple and Peach
Cabbage leaves, thistles, and oversized peach blooms looked lovely against dusty purple dresses.
Stripes and Pastels
A petite bushel of pastel-colored peonies stood out against the diagonal stripes of this bridesmaid's dress.
Palm leaves and a single peach anthurium gave these small arrangements lots of presence.
This sweet spray had a little bit of everything—branches, lilies, carnations, thistles, and wildflowers.
A bride added florals to her bridesmaids' lanterns by topping them with olive leaves and roses and filling them with burgundy blooms.
Moody Christmas colors brought these bouquet—lush with astilbe, berries, calla lilies, dahlias, and greens—into the winter season.
A single fiddlehead was the focal point on this attendant's bouquet, filled with hydrangea, roses, and peonies.
Ivy, fern, and olive leaves surrounded a massive king protea in this all-green spray.
Perfect counterparts to the bride's cascading bouquet, the bridesmaids' decked out baskets included all types of wild blooms.
Roses and anemones made up the majority of this leafy bunch—and looked stunning against the holder's buttoned-up crimson dress.
This bride kept it simple, and sent her bridesmaids down the aisle carrying just one type of blooms—white anemones.
Lots of Texture
Many types of greens, including dusty miller and silver dollar eucalyptus, brought lush texture to these neutral sprays.
All In a Row
Dressed in pale lavender, bridesmaids polished off their look with these blood orange- and wine-hued bouquets.
This moody creation was crafted from the very best of the forest's flora (and fauna!), like fiddle heads, air plants, and antlers.
A green cabbage plant sat in the center of these 'maids bouquets, which featured gold spray-painted leaves and pops of peach.
A massive king protea, the bloom that dominated this dramatic clutch, was softened by fuzzy greens and fern.
At this bride's fall wedding, bridesmaids carried bouquets with blue thistle flowers, which served as a nod to her husband's Scottish heritage.
Pretty in Pink
Amy Merrick designed the delicate bridesmaid bouquets for this New Orleans wedding using a combination of locally picked flowers.
Red and Pink
These red and pink bridesmaid bouquets included ranunculus, dahlias, garden roses, nandina foliage, olive leaf, and nine bark.
Maid of Honor
To help her stand out from the other bridesmaids, Blossom and Branch made this maid of honor a slightly larger bouquet of parrot tulips, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, dahlias, roses, and white stock.
To complement the bridesmaids' dark pink dresses, florist Darci Greenwood of Beargrass Gardens paired three white dahlias with seeded eucalyptus, pieris japonica, and bunny tail grass and tied them all together with light pink silk ribbon.
At this winter wedding, the bridesmaids' bouquets consisted of beeswax candles surrounded in olive branch, seeded eucalyptus, garden roses, ranunculus, amaranthus, and astilbe to "light the way" for the bride's walk down the aisle.
Each of the bridesmaids at this Palm Springs wedding carried natural bouquets of pink roses, seeded eucalyptus, and aster.
The bridesmaids at model Renee Puente and actor Matthew Morrison's wedding in Hawaii carried purple bouquets of lisianthus, irises, blue curiosa roses, ocean song roses, maidenhair fern, and scabiosa pods designed by Inviting Occasions.
'Maids at this Palm Springs wedding wore ivory dresses and carried bouquets of garden roses, spirea, coral peonies, kumquats, and ginkgo.
Peach and Blush
Keeping with the soft-blush-and-peach color palette of this Australian wedding, Natural Art Flowers by Rebecca Grace made each bridesmaid bouquet with peach and pink roses, milk berries, Queen Anne's lace, and pussy willow.
Each of these 'maids carried full, deconstructed bouquets of ranunculus, roses, peonies, seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller leaves, vines, and ferns from Studio Flora Diva.
Twigg Botanicals created these vibrant bouquets of freesia, roses, and sweet peas for the bridal party at this California wedding.
These ladies carried small bouquets from The Nouveau Romantics, made of dahlias, umbrella ferns, geranium foliage, caramel Antike garden roses, ranunculus, thistle, sea grass, and plum foliage.
This bride's five bridesmaids carried smaller variations of the bridal bouquet that consisted of roses, ranunculus, scabiosa, dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus, and brunia berries.
These bridesmaids carried pink and peach garden roses made by Jesse Deckard of Event Creative.
Rays of Sunshine
Bridesmaids at this Seattle wedding carried colorful bouquets, made by Sinclair and Moore, with poppies, ranunculus, roses, and vines.
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