36 Dreamy Dahlia Wedding Bouquets
Like roses, peonies, and hydrangeas, dahlias are a sophisticated bloom that will bring an air of elegance to your wedding floral arrangements. If you're considering adding them to your wedding bouquet, you have our support! Especially since their dynamic shape—round petals with points—meshes well with so many other varieties of flowers and greenery. The bushy blooms come in a wide range of shades, so you can find dahlias that are vibrant and saturated orsoft and subdued. When it comes to these pretty flowers, you can absolutely take your pick.
Even better? They're arguably one of the more versatile types of buds on the bridal flower scene. One large, oversized stem (these beauties get giant!) can be the focal point of your bouquet while smaller dahlias simply add pretty pops of texture and color. Either way, the flower is worth considering. And you don't have to worry about adjusting your wedding's perfectly curated color palette since there's a variety out there (think neutral pastels, deep moody darks, and poppy brights) that's destined to match. Best of all, these summer blooms are about to be in season, which makes now the best time of all to find spots for dahlias in your big day.
That's why we've rounded up the following bouquets from real weddings to inspire your search. Here, a few of our favorite bridal arrangements with dahlias, all plucked straight from actual brides' celebrations. Whatever your wedding style—bright and bohemian or polished and classic—there's a way to make this seasonal bud work for you.
This Bows + Arrows arrangement showcased this pretty bloom's expansive color palette. Peach, blush, beige, and bright pink dahlias comprised the majority of this oblong clutch.
The two sides of this unique Putnam & Putnam bouquet were like night and day—the dark and stormy dahlias, anemones, and roses on the right directly contrasted the bright pink blooms on the left.
Nestled beside garden roses and leafy greens, baby pink dahlias (arranged by Shawna Yamamoto) looked extra lush.
Two scarlet dahlias tied this garden rose and carnation arrangement from La Boutique Nostalgie back to this bride's red wedding dress (and her crimson lipstick!).
A single blue thistle broke up the all-white color scheme of this Foxtail Florals bouquet, which featured plush dahlias, garden roses, and ranunculus.
These three lush arrangements proved that dahlias don't have to dominate the bouquet to make a statement. Just one true-pink dahlia appeared in each of these B&B Designs creations—but they were definitely the focal points.
Filled with barely-yellow and pink dahlias, creamy astilbe, and fern, this clutch by Bella Blooms worked in tandem with this bridesmaid's neutral dress.
A wine-colored dahlia was the star of this warm garden rose, ranunculus, berry, astilbe, and amaranthus arrangement, by George's Flowers.
Paisley Floral Design Studio used a trailing red ribbon to complement this bouquet's single crimson garden rose, which was surrounded by white dahlias.
Classic with a Twist
Light and White
Dahlias were the main event in this mostly-white Sarah Bedford bouquet, but the pops of purple on the accenting anenomes were a pretty touch.
Another pale rendition of the popular flower, these sweet dahlias went well with the pink-and-green palette of this Adornments Flowers + Finery clutch.
These yellowy-pink dahlias were totally dreamy, especially with a loose bundle of greenery.
This beautiful dahlia Munster Rose bouquet looked stunningly fresh, and the soft, warm add-ins gave it just the right tint.
Dahlias were just one of many white blooms in this classy Hana Floral Design bouquet.
This Muster Rose mix featured ranunculus, roses, and dahlias, the latter of which came in a seriously-lovely purple.
A giant dahlia sat in the center of this deep-hued wedding bouquet.
Pink Dahlia Bouquet
Pink-loving brides, rejoice: Nature Composed proved that there's nothing like a bridal bouquet that stars the hue, especially when it's filled with this seasonal bloom.
This cool-girl-bride carried a bouquet from That Flower Shop, which featured a unique mixing of flowers, including light-pink dahlias and dark-green foliage.
This dahlia design from Vintage Florals proved that a bouquet doesn't have to be super colorful to stand out. It consisted of monochromatic Sahara roses, ranunculus, astrantia, lisianthus, tuberose, and Queen Anne's lace. The jasmine, eucalyptus, pittosporum, and Jackson vine gave the arrangement texture.
Honey and Poppies made an oversized, pastel peach café au lait dahlia the focal point of this floral design and accented the clutch with collarette dahlia blooms, deep-colored roses, and just a touch of greens.