52 Ideas for Your Spring Wedding Bouquet
If you're planning to exchange vows in March, April, May, or June, you're one lucky lady—spring is prime-time bloom season. Some of the prettiest petals crop up when the weather warms, including peonies, tulips, ranunculus, and anemones. Together, the plentiful possibilities combine to create an expansive catalog of flora to choose from.
Even if you're not so keen on using in-season flowers for your special day, you can easily incorporate other seasonal elements, like the many colors that are associated with spring. With so much growing, tons of hues can be found throughout the transition months, making the palette as varied as the season's weather. Pastels are incredibly popular in the spring, but so are more saturated shades, as everyone's excited to say goodbye to the dreariness of winter. Purples, yellows, pinks, and greens are all good options, but don't be afraid to work with reds, oranges, and even blues, too.
The following bundles of blooms all came from real weddings, and were chosen for their springy flair. There are ideas for any sort of wedding, from formal to casual and from modern to traditional. Get inspired by the diverse collection of bouquets, and start planning the arrangements for your own celebration. Clutches like these are great for the bride, but they'd also work in smaller versions as assortments for the bridesmaids. Go ahead and see all that spring has to offer in the way of gorgeous flowers and colors. Not only are the following bouquets gorgeous, but they're unique, as well.
Dreamy Wedding Bouquet
Cheery Wedding Bouquet
Vibrant Wedding Bouquet
Sitting Wedding Bouquet
Orange, white, and turquoise are oh-so pretty together, and especially for a spring bouquet like this Meristem Floral one.
Hellebores Wedding Bouquet
An amazing array of blooms—including hellebores—made up this creative bouquet by Celsia Floral.
Red Wedding Bouquet
Rose Wedding Bouquet
Saturated Wedding Bouquet
Everly Alaine Florals crafted this colorful bouquet using lush blooms in shades of white, yellow, pink, and red.
Long Wedding Bouquet
Unstructured Wedding Bouquet
Botanique Flowers went with a looser design for this stunning spring bouquet.
Romantic Wedding Bouquet
French Grey Events was responsible for this bride's bouquet, which featured lilacs, ranunculus, roses, tulips, and poppies.
Rustic Wedding Bouquet
Petra Müller Blumen dreamt up this rustic bouquet, which featured white flowers and greenery tied together with a pale blue ribbon.
Anemone Wedding Bouquet
Coordinating Wedding Bouquets
Tulip Wedding Bouquet
This DIY arrangement of pink tulips couldn't have been more representative of spring.
One-of-a-Kind Wedding Bouquet
Seasonal Wedding Bouquet
Seasonal blooms like purple tulips made this Pedastals bouquet especially fitting for springtime.
Wedding Bouquet with Feather Accents
Wedding Bouquet with Greenery
White and green is a common color combo, but the big protea in this Maven bouquet made it anything but traditional.
Impressive Wedding Bouquet
How sweet is that springtime color scheme? Oak and the Owl crafted this masterpiece, which contained roses, tulips, and clematis.
Peachy Wedding Bouquet
Peach-hued roses were mixed with pinker flowers, like astilbe and peonies, in this Big Day bouquet.
Lovely Wedding Bouquet
This muted The Nouveau Romantics arrangement of roses, ranunculus, and greenery was so lush and lovely.
Wedding Bouquet with Yellow Ribbon
A mustard-hued ribbon held this bride's white bouquet of peonies, roses, and ranunculus by Posh Peony together.
Big Wedding Bouquet
This gorgeous bundle by Academy Florist used roses, peonies, delphiniums, and foliage. The varying shades captured every color in the wedding's scheme.
Wedding Bouquet with Soft Shades
Unexpected Wedding Bouquet
Wedding Bouquet with Popping Pinks
Muted Wedding Bouquet
Eucalyptus leaves dangled prettily from this mostly-white Nectar Floral Boutique bouquet.
Ribbon-Tied Wedding Bouquet
Purple and off-white blooms sat softly amongst vibrant green leaves in this arrangement. The bouquet was designed and ribbon-tied by Bows + Arrows.
Airy Wedding Bouquet
Yellow Wedding Bouquet
This Plenty of Petals bouquet made a splash with a beautiful mix of springy yellow hues.
Wildflower Wedding Bouquet
We're obsessed with this wildflower Rincon Flowers bouquet with springy blue, pink, and purple blooms.
Oversized Wedding Bouquet
A few big peonies made all the difference in this long Plenty of Petals bouquet with roses and dahlias.
Mimosa Wedding Bouquet
All-White Wedding Bouquet
Lush spring peonies in wedding-white made this Seaport Flowers arrangement a classic.
Anemone Wedding Bouquet
Organic Wedding Bouquet
Springtime brings a post-winter dose of color, but that doesn't mean that whites are forbidden. This organic Poppy Design Co. bouquet was fresh and perfect for the colder start of the season.
Blush Wedding Bouquet
For a romantic take on springtime blush, try adding roses and dahlias to your bouquet like this one from Forever Wildfield.
Yellow-and-Blue Wedding Bouquet
This Putnam & Putnam bouquet was seriously wow-worthy. Foxgloves, peonies, spirea, and ranunculus were (literally) tied together with a silky yellow ribbon.
Cascading Wedding Bouquet
Peonies, roses, scabiosa, clematis, and assorted vines looked gorgeous mixed in this Bows + Arrows bouquet.
Unique Wedding Bouquet
Eucalyptus Wedding Bouquet
Julie Stevens Design combined peonies, hydrangeas, a variety of roses, seeded eucalyptus, and eucalyptus in this bride's clutch.
Bountiful Wedding Bouquet
This bride worked with Beth Hohensee of Studio Flora Diva to create a larger-than-life clutch of mixed roses, ranunculus, and peonies accented with ferns and vines. As a sentimental touch, she wrapped a strand of her grandmother's pearls around the stems.
Ombré Wedding Bouquet
This bride's ombré bouquet by The Nouveau Romantics included lavender, lilacs, sweet peas, clematis, and ranunculus.
Wild Wedding Bouquet
This bride carried a loose arrangement of garden roses, peonies, and clematis by Fern Studio at her wedding.
Overflowing Wedding Bouquet
Sarah Winward created this bouquet overflowing with peonies, garden roses, dahlias, jasmine vine, and ranunculus.
Asymmetrical Wedding Bouquet
Bird Dog Blooms assembled this bride's bouquet for her using peonies, roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, and jasmine vine.
Freeform Wedding Bouquet
This bride wanted a large bouquet with lots of greenery for her wedding, which she got thanks to Sarah Winward's grouping of peonies, various roses, ferns, and trailing clematis recta vines, wrapped together with pieces of textured silk ribbon in a Champagne hue.
Bold Wedding Bouquet
Jaclyn Journey designed a bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, poppies, garden roses, mock orange, bay leaves, and jasmine vines for this wedding.
Hydrangea Wedding Bouquet
This bride carried a bouquet of blue hydrangeas by Fishers Flowers at her wedding. "It tied in nicely with my gown, which had some very pale, milky blue crystal embellishments in addition to the pearls, beads, and sequins," she said.
Botanical Wedding Bouquet
Branch Design Studio put together an arrangement of lavender (fresh and dried), astrantia, maidenhair fern, seeded eucalyptus, ranunculus, astilbe, Queen Anne's lace, jasmine vine, sweet peas, olive branches, explosion grass, viburnum, and spray roses for this celebration.
Clematis Wedding Bouquet
This bride held an asymmetrical cascade of peonies, scabiosa, clematis, sweet peas, honeysuckle, and passion vine designed by Bows + Arrows.
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