22 Beach Wedding Bouquets You'll Love
Beach weddings have it all: Picturesque views, built-in ceremony backdrops, the fresh smell of salty sea air, striking colors, and tropical vibes. With all of the natural inspiration the ocean provides, choosing the right florals for your beach wedding bouquet is a breeze. Unlike more traditional weddings on land, seaside ceremonies typically offer a more relaxed feel. This means that you have a lot more freedom when it comes to choosing a big-day clutch, so don't be afraid to get creative when collaborating with your florist.
Tap into your surroundings for insight and allow your bouquet's colors to emulate a sunset over the ocean's horizon line, complete with pinks, yellows, and reds. Or, use the ocean for inspiration and choose shades of greens and blues for your arrangement. Even the look of white sandy shores can be translated into your ceremony's most defining accessory. The gist? Your setting's bright, summery shades can absolutely be used to your advantage!
Your choice of florals and greenery can also dictate the shape of your bouquet—and make it that much more appropriate for a beach wedding. Blooms like peonies, roses, ranunculus, and sugarbushes will help round out your arrangement, while palm leaves, fiddlehead ferns, lavender, and astilbe can provide a natural or cascading look. If both of those options speak to you, an asymmetrical bouquet, like this coral-hued arrangement by Noonan's Wine Country Designs, might be an option for your beachy celebration.
Ahead, we've rounded up some of our favorite beach wedding bouquets to inspire your own. You'll find that each arrangement, from minimalistic clutches with neutral color palettes to bold sprays in brilliant hues, stirs up dreams of coastal paradise. When the big day arrives, your beach-inspired wedding bouquet will bring your theme (and ceremony location!) full-circle.
Branch Design Studio added touches of explosion grass, astilbe, and viburnum to imitate the look of seagrass and enhance the coastal feel of this dramatic clutch.
This tropical bouquet by Canteiro Weddings displayed orchids, wax flowers, and anthurium leaves along with local Mexican greenery that complemented this wedding's beachy locale.
Tribute to Home
Canteiro Weddings Rentals was asked to represent the bride's home of Chicago in the fall while creating her beachy spray. The choice of red and orange florals dramatically popped against the wedding's ocean backdrop.
Casual Beach Vibes
Lalê Florals crafted an arrangement made up of dahlias, roses, and ranunculus with the couple's beachy, bohemian wedding theme in mind.
New England Seas
Pollen incorporated the coastal colors of New England into this bouquet by using white and blue dahlias and anemones.
Simple and Clean
As a nod to the soft tones used throughout this Hawaiian wedding, Love Letter Weddings made an arrangement out of white roses, hydrangeas, astilbe, and eucalyptus.
Tropical Through and Through
This tropical arrangement by Bond in Bloom featured split-leaf philodendron, fan palm, and areca palm mixed with coral hibiscuses and roses.
Rustic and Beachy
Florist Kelly Lenard of Intertwine proved that rustic and beach wedding styles can absolutely mix with this eucalyptus, astilbe, aloe vera leaves, artichoke, lavender, and pampas grass bouquet.
This simple clutch of white roses and Israeli ruscus by The Ocean View Club, allowed the scenery at this seaside wedding to be the main focal point.
At this coastal wedding, David's Flowers created a spray out of ocean-blue forget-me-nots, white roses, and eucalyptus.
Lush Beach Bouquet
Sarah Winward was the florist behind this arrangement made of garden roses, astrantia, and locally foraged, seaside Thailand greenery.
King Protea Bouquet
For her Mexico beach wedding, this bride carried a bouquet of roses, ranunculus, ferns, and a king protea made by Mimo Florist.
Locally Grown Bouquet
Bows and Arrows created this bouquet of peonies, bougainvillea, ranunculus, and roses—all of which were locally grown at this ocean-front wedding in Cabo.
For her tropical Hawaiian wedding, this bride carried a cascading clutch showcasing a variety of native ferns from Teresa Sena Designs.
Tropical Hints of Pink and Green
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