21 Ideas for Your Tulip Wedding Bouquet
Tulips are beloved for a wide range of reasons. Many consider them to be the first signs of spring on the way—when they sprout, they bring joy and hopes of warmer weather. To others, tulips also symbolize love, and especially in certain colors. Additionally, they're found in many home gardens, making them comfortingly familiar. If that's not enough, they bring tons of beauty without breaking budgets.
If you're here, though, you already know the appeal of tulips, which is why we suggest incorporating them into your upcoming wedding. While they're perfectly fine for centerpieces and other floral decorations throughout your big day, they work particularly well in bouquets.
In the U.S., tulips typically bloom in the winter and spring, so they're great for a seasonal clutch during those times of year. But as the following examples go to show, they can be found and shown off in any month, thanks in part to the versatile range of colors that they come in. Depending on when your wedding is, you can pair them with all sorts of other blooms, and create an assortment that's as traditional or unique as you'd like.
Here, we display some of the best tulip wedding bouquets that we've come across, and point out how they've been used. Use these gorgeous arrangements to inspire whatever you carry down the aisle, and your bridesmaids' bouquets too, if you desire. No matter why you fancy tulips, you'll fall hard for these ideas.
This Mandy Grace Designs bouquet brimmed with tulips, clematis, jasmine vine, and more, and boasted warm shades like purple and red.
This mimosa, ranunculus, sweet pea, poppy, peony, and tulip arrangement was composed of joyful hues.
Courtney Joy Floral crafted this pretty bouquet filled with tulips, roses, and sweet peas, and the colors ranged from purplish-red to orangey-pink.
Bobliee Style mixed orange tulips with a range of blooms and greenery for this unique bouquet.
Purple tulips paired well with scabiosa and foliage in similar shades for this assortment.
Tulips look great, even on the beach, as this bride's Jill Loves Lace bouquet proved.
This bride's heart was set on tulips, and only tulips. The yellow and white shades picked were undeniably cheerful.
It was green leaves on one side, pink blooms on another, and white tulips in the middle for this creative bouquet.
Pinks, oranges, and purples were all featured in this tulip bouquet by Pedestals.
This Jonquilla bouquet contained white tulips mixed with bright pink blooms.
For this summer celebration, Lauryl Lane focused on orange tulips as well as roses, poppies, ranunculus, sweet peas, and olive branches.
How sweet are fresh tulips, like the light and bright pink ones that were included in this quintessentially-spring clutch?
This stunning Oak & the Owl arrangement featured plump purple roses, white tulips, and more.
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