20 Stunning Wedding Bouquets with Ferns
If you're into the symbolic nature of flowers, you can't go wrong by including ferns in your wedding bouquet. Known to represent everything from fidelity and eternal faithfulness to reverie, magic, and sincerity, there are few other types of flowers or greenery that speak to the important commitment you're making on your wedding day more than a fern. Even if you don't care quite so much about the symbolism, there's no denying that these pretty plants are especially wedding-worthy. Often used as an accent with more common wedding flowers (think: peonies, garden roses, and anemones), ferns add a timeless beauty to any arrangement. And if your ceremony will be faithful to tradition, you can't go wrong by asking your florist to include ferns in your bouquet.
Whether you consider yourself a classic bride or more of a modern, whimsical one, there's a type of fern that works with your arrangement and style. While there are countless varieties native to different areas, you can expect to find everything from tight feather-like leaves to looser, trailing shapes from this plant family.
Ready to see how you can work ferns into your wedding bouquet? Here, 20 examples of fern bouquets done right.
White-and-Green Fern Bouquet
Packed with white garden roses, lisianthus, green hydrangea, and a variety of ferns, this Bloomwell & Co. bouquet is proof that a mix of different flowers in a neutral color palette can be entirely eye-catching.
Gathered Fern Bouquet
Type A Society arranged this entirely green bouquet using a mix of different varities of ferns, eucalyptus, and berries. It's so interesting and textural that we don't even miss the flowers.
Classic Fern Bouquet
Vibrant Fern Bouquet
Wessex Flower Company arranged this bold bouquet of garden roses, peonies, dahlias, jasmine, eucalyptus, and ferns, then tied the entire mix together with trailing ribbons. The eclectic mix may seem non-traditional at first glace, but the bouquet would be at home in nearly any type of wedding thanks to a healthy dose of classic bridal blooms.
Cascading Fern Bouquet
Cheerful Fern Bouquet
Ferns don't have to take a starring role in your bouquet to make a big impact. Case in point? This Nature's Nook arrangement. Peonies, billy balls, Bells of Ireland, and roses may be the first things to catch your eye here, but it's the ferns that tie everything together.
Boho Fern Bouquet
Trailing Fern Bouquet
Trailing bouquets can often look too busy when too many different blooms are involved. That's why On My Hand kept this arrangement simple, using only peonies, garden roses, trailing clematis vine, and ferns.
Romantic Fern Bouquet
Light, airy, and utterly romantic, this bouquet from Nectar is what bridal dreams are made of. Classic peonies, roses, and lisianthus were paired with a more unexpected protea for an unexpected look. The entire arrangement was tied together with ferns and eucalyptus.
Timeless Fern Bouquet
Green and white will never go out of style, that's why this bouquet is such a timeless beauty. JL Designs used green-eyed white anemones, roses, and ferns to create this pretty arrangement.
Greenery and Fern Bouquet
No flowers, no problem. This arrangement features only seeded eucalyptus and ferns, but it's still so wedding appropriate.
Traditional Fern Bouquet
Loose Fern Bouquet
This free-form bouquet from Mitchell Willis Events featured clematis, sweet peas, ranunculus, lilacs, and ferns. It's the type of arrangement that's perfectly suited for a laid-back, outdoor celebration.
Petite Fern Bouquet
Your fern bouquet doesn't have to be huge to make a statement. This scaled-down arrangement featured ferns, roses, and hydrangea to beautiful effect.
Cascading Fern Bouquet
The mix of roses, astilbe, miniature daisies, and ferns make this bouquet a total winner.
Eclectic Fern Bouquet
If bright and colorful is your style, you'll love this tropical-inspired mix from Cecilia Fox. Zinnias, garden roses, and dahlias were paired with ferns for a bright and eclectic arrangement.
Garden-Inspired Fern Bouquet
For a garden wedding, what's more fitting than a bouquet that looks as if it's just been picked from the property? Flowerwild Productions created this arrangement—which featured garden roses, white cyclamen, wild grasses, and ferns—with that aesthetic in mind.
Jewel-Toned Fern Bouquet
These jewel-toned bouquet from Floressence Flowers featured all of our favorite bridal blooms, plus a few more unexpected flowers. Roses, succulents, anemones, berries, and ferns made this colorful mix pop.
Classic Fern Bouquet
Is there anyone who doesn't love the combination of peonies, ranunculus, roses, and ferns? This picture-perfect bouquet is further proof that the mix will never go out of style.
Green Fern Bouquet
For the bride who loves green, you can't go wrong with a colorful bouquet of hydrangeas, ferns, and succulent, just like this one.
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