31 Colorful Wedding Bouquets
These bright, bold, and beautiful bouquets use colors that are seriously out of this world. From rich oranges, bright pinks, and sunny yellows to cool blues, earthy greens, and deep purples, a colorful wedding bouquet will pop against any bride's white wedding dress. Opt for an arrangement that is filled with vibrant tones for a showstopping bundle, or use pops of color to upgrade an otherwise simple bouqet. Click through to get inspired by some of our favorite bright bridal bouquets from real weddings.
Since her wedding's flowers were this bride's number one priority, she made sure Bows + Arrows created something beautiful for her bridal clutch. The bouquet included brightly colored poppies, ranunculus, bougainvillea, clematis, and roses, wrapped with trailing silk ribbons.
Event planner and designer Gretchen Culver of Rocket Science Weddings & Events created this bride's all-pink bouquet featuring garden roses, spray roses, standard roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas.
Pops of Yellow
The bouquet from Cool Green & Shady was made up of a muted yet poppy mix of yellow ranunculus, dusty miller, yellow oncidium, white snowberries, seeded eucalyptus, mokara orchids, cream lisianthus, white garden roses, and white wax flowers.
This lively gathering of wildflowers and greenery from Blush and Vine included ranunculus, scabiosa, spray roses, yellow rice flower, chamomile, and fresh lavender.
This bride carried a bright bouquet of bougainvillea, garden and tea roses, succulents, and coral creeper from Brown Paper Design.
Café au lait dinnerplate dahlias as well as smaller maroon dahlias were the focal point on this bride's asymmetrical bouquet, arranged by Munster Rose.
Loose Peach Bouquet
This bride carried Icelandic poppies, ranunculus, daffodils, jasmine, camellias, ruscus, and ferns in shades of peach and white, all from Studio Mondine.
Red and Orange Bouquet
This bride's bouquet used shades of red and orange as well as white florals and greenery. The clutch featured peonies, garden roses, scabiosa, ranunculus, dusty miller, berried eucalyptus, jasmine, succulents, and air plants from Fancy Flowers by Meredith.
Silver Ribboned Bouquet
Lewis Miller Design arranged this vibrant and bold bouquet of roses, scabiosa, dahlias, and assorted greenery, tying it off with a pretty silver satin ribbon.
The bridal bouquet, arranged by Urban Chateau Floral, featured purple florals with splashes of peach, including astilbes, roses, dahlias, rice flowers, maple leaves, baby artichokes, hypericums, and snowberry.
Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers created the bride's bountiful bouquet using different pink and peach hued flowers, including peonies, garden roses, dahlias, jasmine vine, and ranunculus.
This bouquet of anemones, Juliet garden roses, peonies, Campanella roses, viburnum berries, sweet peas, umbrella fern, and lilac from Twigg Botanicals used trailing coral ribbons around the stems to match the flowers' pink hues.
To create an organic and natural look, Sarah's Wedding Garden arranged this bridal bouquet using bougainvillea, peonies, anemones, garden roses, and ranunculus.
This bride requested a "lush and vintage look" from florist Amy Merrick. The three peonies in the bouquet represented the bride, her mother, and her grandmother, and a brooch belonging to her grandmother was attached to the ribbon.
This bride carried a clutch of vibrant peach ranunculus, coral charm peonies, deep purple cosmos, white andromeda, creamy white garden roses, maidenhair fern, and white clematis from Poppies and Posies. The bouquet was tied with a dusty-rose raw silk ribbon.
Pop of Peach Bouquet
Moon Canyon designed this bridal bouquet using roses, amaryllis, ranunculus, and fritillaria in soft pastel shades and a pop of peach.
A mix of roses, ranunculus, hellebores, and andromeda from Twigg Botanicals made up this coral clutch, accented with orange-hued ribbons trailing from the stems.
Bare Root Flora created the bride's blue, green and white bouquet using ranunculus, anemone, lotus pods, garden and spray roses, dried artichokes, privet berry, dusty miller, and several types of eucalyptus tied together with a blue ribbon.
This tropical clutch from Martin Roberts design is the epitome of colorful bouquets. The bright bouquet featured colorful peonies, phalaenopsis orchids, garden roses, cymbidiums, succulents, and scabiosa pods.
This bride carried a cascading clutch of peonies, anemones, garden roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, nigella, and jasmine arranged by Birds of a Flower and tied together with patterned ribbons.
Sinclair and Moore arranged this floral-fruity mix of garden roses, tea roses, poppies, peonies, tangerines, kumquats, Meyer lemons, phalaenopsis orchids, ranunculus, clematis, blackberries, and sweet peas, to create an ombré effect.
This bride told her florist, Peartree Flowers, to use "whatever looked the most beautiful in the flower market that day" in her bridal bouquet. The end result was a lush bouquet of mostly pink and red blooms—including roses, astilbe, ranunculus, peonies, and lisianthus.
All-Pink Orchid Bouquet
Matthew Robbins used only one color—pink—and one flower—a phalaenopsis orchid—in this bride's bouquet "[She] wanted something bold and cascading but unfussy, so using only one variety of orchid kept the more dramatic and classic cascade very fresh and unique," said Matthew.
Julie Stevens Design used pastel colored hydrangeas, peonies, a variety of roses, eucalyptus, and seeded eucalyptus in this bride's clutch.
This bride's loose bouquet featured blooming peonies, her favorite flower, along with greenery for texture from The Green Vase. "The long grosgrain ribbon made it feel whimsical and informal, which I loved," she said.
For this New Year's Eve wedding, florist Botanicals Chicago used deep jewel-toned flowers, including English cabbage roses, peonies, and sweet peas in this bridal bouquet. For some NYE glam, the bouquet was dressed up with a mix of textural gold and white ribbons and trims.
Artisan Bloom created this bridal bouquet using purple and white garden roses, hellebores, andromedas, anemones, freesias, and seeded eucalyptus.