The 62 Best Wedding Bouquets
A bride's floral arrangement is arguably the second most important part of her outfit, ranking immediately behind the wedding dress. Therefore, we encourage you to a put a lot of thought into the flowers you carry down the aisle! If you're wondering how to make your bridal bouquet extra special, it helps to turn to some inspiration. Luckily, we've got you covered with our all-time favorite arrangements. The bundles here feature some of the most creative shapes, memorable shades, and beautiful flowers out there.
No matter your style, we think there's something ahead that'll catch your eye. That's because we've spotlighted such a wide range of clutches. Some of the following arrangements are definitively seasonal—you'll love the many fall bridal bouquets, for example. Others adhere to certain themes, like rustic, modern, and tropical. Plus, there are many that embrace totally unique color palettes.
Click through to get a hefty dose of pretty delivered right to your screen. Don't just browse the photos, though—read their captions, too. We've explained exactly why we've selected each bridal bouquet. Additionally, we've provided details regarding the hues and blooms they include. Of course, we've also credited them to their respective floral designers, so you might even find the perfect big-day florist for you!
We'll kick things off with this gigantic Bows + Arrows bouquet, which contained peonies, sweet peas, and garden roses and a mix of other colorful blooms. While the leading lady admitted that the cascading bridal bouquet was quite heavy, the wow factor was so worth it.
Shades of Pinks and Purples
This bouquet by The Loved Co. contained lilacs, roses, ranuculus, sweet pea, frittilaria, silene, hellebores, and jasmine vine in light shades of pinks and purples. The blooms were specifically chosen to go with the bride's floral dress.
Rosy Bridal Bouquet
Taylor Cumbie Designs, created the wedding bouquet, which included garden roses in shades of dusty rose, taupe, and peach as well as apricot ranunculus. Flaxen dried grasses and wildflowers with cream-colored cosmos rounded out the arrangement.
A natural bouquet brimming with garden roses, dahlias, amaranth, ranunculus, cosmos, and nigella made for a beautiful bridal arrangement. Meanwhile, a rich color palette of rust, ivory, cappuccino, neutral blush, peach, bronze, and green, and a hand-dyed silk ribbon further enhanced this autumnal bouquet to make it absolutely breathtaking.
Peaches and Cream
Love Anne Joy Design + Events created a bridal bouquet of rose types, dahlias, peonies, scabiosa, delphinium, and larkspur in different shades of white, ivory, peach, orange, and coral. Sporadic blooms of light blue, plenty of greenery, and a silk ivory ribbon rounded out the arrangement.
Sally of Pink Dahlia Vintage listened to the bride's request for an all-chamomile bouquet. Meanwhile, the bridesmaids carried loose bouquets of dried lavender sans any ribbon, but held together with twine.
The bride walked down the aisle with a bouquet by John Gray Events filled with apricot ranunculus, thistle, and blush panda anemones
Hints of Lavender
Betty Flowers crafted this bridal bouquet, which included different roses, wildflowers, thistle, and lavender—the result was absolutely gorgeous.
An Overflowing Bunch
Pops of Poppies
Picked from the Garden
Billy of Luxe Paris Events, picked the blooms right out of the wedding venue's surrounding garden. Sprigs of lavender, white-and-pink floral elements, rosemary, and other green foliage were loosely arranged and tied together with gold and white ribbon.
Elegant Yet Wild
Florist Green Pic'k created a refined yet fun bridal bouquet with protea, garden roses, lisianthus, wax flowers, privet berries, eucalyptus, and other blooms hand-tied with silk ribbon
Textural white flowers were offset by greenery, including vining jasmine in this bridal bouquet by Siloh Floral Artistry.
A fall-inspired bouquet of dahlias, heirloom garden roses, Wabara spray garden roses, ranunculus, freesia, and abelia comprised this clutch by Hawthorn Flower Studio. Blooming clematis vine served as a soft accent.
This overflowing bouquet by The Petal included dusty miller, soft pink dahlias, white roses, power blue nigellas, and ranunculus.
The bride's bouquet featured anemones accented with white peonies and blush roses, by Idlewild Floral.
Lilies and Orchids
Birch Event Design created the lily and orchid motif seen throughout this wedding and in the bride's bouquet. The arrangement's bold hue popped against her pastel gown.
Designs by Ahn made a bouquet that included an organically arranged collection of dahlias, garden roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, and sweet pea accented with seasonal greenery and hand-tied with a silk ribbon.
Copper, peach, and pink ranunculus, dahlias, and sweet peas composed the bride's bouquet, by Flwr Studio.
This bridal bouquet featured ranunculus, peonies, poppies, and other flowers for a colorful look; the arrangement, which was created by by Max Owens Designs, was crafted in the wedding's signature shades.
Structural Bridal Bouquet
Have you ever seen an arrangement so unique? Here, Inessa Nichols Design made bold choices that definitely paid off—so much so that the bride cried when she saw the finished product. The remarkable bouquet included everything from birds of paradise blooms to dried sago fronds in vibrant hues.
Raw Silk Ribbon
Moon Canyon crafted the bride's bouquet featuring a mix of roses and ranunculus in shades of dusty rose and cream, while a raw silk ribbon tied the look together.
Colorful Bridal Bouquet
This charming wedding was all about color, right down to the oh-so-pretty Flora bouquet. The pink, yellow, orange, and purple arrangement spotlighted scabiosa, garden roses, anemones, ranunculus, sweet peas, and other beautiful blooms.
Of course, you don't need bold colors to make a statement—subdued hues, like these ones, can be just as breathtaking. Rosegolden arranged this clematis, hellebore, ranunculus, lilac, and bleeding heart bouquet in a breathtaking teardrop shape.
Local Bridal Bouquet
When you're tying the knot far from home, it's a good idea to embrace the local floral and fauna. For this wedding in Thailand, Bows + Arrows Flowers created the bride's bouquet using all-white flowers from the area.
Some of our favorite bouquets revamp tradition. Take this Amaryllis Floral & Event Design clutch, which featured classic colors (green and white) but a unique mix of orchids and ferns. The splash of yellow also impressed!
Trailing Bridal Bouquet
We're so in love with vines in bouquets, and can you really blame us? This purple, pink, orange, and green arrangement was ultra romantic thanks to its trailing passionflower greenery. The Nature Composed clutch also included clematis, garden roses, elderberry, dahlias, and scabiosa.
This bouquet's golden tones made it look nearly luminous. The Southern Table crafted it using roses, hellebores, bougainvillea, and more.
If you're wearing a white wedding dress and you want your bouquet to really pop, consider a monochromatic clutch in an extra saturated color. This fuchsia one, by Tailor & Table, held peonies, scabiosa, sweet peas, ranunculus, and amaranthus.
Rye Workshop took this bride's request for a cascading bouquet very seriously. The length of her orchid, protea, gomphrena, lily, and clematis vine arrangement was absolutely jaw-dropping. Its pink, white, and green shades coordinated with her tropical event's décor.
We love all sorts of bouquet ribbons, but these ones looked especially elegant and complemented the warm hues in this Ever Something clutch. It also featured dahlias, ranunculus, and roses.
Classic Bridal Bouquet
If a classic, romantic bouquet is what you're after, take note of this arrangement by Victoria Ahn of Designs by Ahn. The bride carried a muted mix of quicksand roses, anemones, garden roses, astilbe, ranunculus, and greenery.
Lilac Bridal Bouquet
As a nod to this bride's love of lilacs, Fern Floral & Event Design created a bouquet made entirely of the fluffy blooms in various shades. If you have a favorite flower, your personal arrangement is the perfect place to show it off.
It's no wonder this large Bows + Arrows bouquet felt so painterly—the entire wedding was inspired by Monet artwork. It boasted peonies, garden roses, and more in romantic shades of pink and purple.
Bows + Arrows sure knows how to design lush bouquets! This beautifully long, light-pink arrangement was comprised of garden roses, dahlias, snowberries, scabiosa, ranunculus, blushing bride protea, and greenery.
Fall Bridal Bouquet
Seasonal blooms are always recommended, but we're especially in love with incorporating fall foliage into an autumn arrangement. This loose Rumphius Flowers bouquet also included dahlias, roses, carnations, and chocolate cosmos in on-theme shades like red and yellow.
Sweet Bridal Bouquet
Fivefork Farms arranged this peony, ranunculus, and ivy bouquet, which looked especially sweet thanks to its plush flowers and light-pink hues.
Region is just as important as season. This bride's bountiful Natalie Bowen Designs bouquet looked so fresh because it featured local blooms, including dahlias and jasmine. We also love the warm palette of oranges, reds, and pinks.
Sometimes, less really is more. This all-white Keith J. Laverty arrangement contained just two statement flowers: gardenias and stephanotis. The former were the bride's grandmother's favorite flower, which made the bouquet even sweeter.
Here, Studio Mondine smartly combined butterfly ranunculus, lisianthus, hyacinths, tuberoses, parrot tulips, and palm leaves. The tropical colors (green, white, and orange) suited the couple's destination wedding.
We're impressed with how this bride took coordinating her details to the next level. Her lovely Flora Designs by Jamae bouquet (which held everything from pink roses to purple clematis) was tied with the same floral fabric used throughout the rest of her wedding.
We chose this Florésie arrangement for its simply ethereal appearance, which was achieved with the help of white, light-pink, and light-orange roses.
Berry hues are ever popular, and this Amanda Vidmar Design arrangement proved why. The organic-looking bouquet came with roses, chocolate cosmos, thistle, and other richly colored blooms.
Coming Up Roses
The mega pink English garden roses in this Bows + Arrows bouquet were so large, they looked surreal.
Here's another modern take on traditional bouquet colors: green and white. This sprawling Branco Prata Studios arrangement featured peonies, hellebores, viburnum, lysimachia, ruscus, roses, delphinium, and dahlias.
Birds of a Feather
We're all about creative bouquet inclusions, especially when they're masterfully incorporated into the rest of the arrangement. The feathers tied into this amaryllis, rose, and peony bouquet so well, in part because the rustic accents meshed with the autumnal color palette. Mindy Rice dreamt up the stunning clutch.
This bride was drawn to delicate peonies, but instead of working with just those, Rosehip expertly complemented the light-pink blooms with flowers in matching colors.
When this bride asked for a wild-looking bouquet, Shotgun Floral Studio majorly delivered, mixing anthurium, fringe tulips, astilbe, ranunculus, and other mulitcolored floral componenets.
This organically-sourced bridal bouquet was filled with garden roses, ranunculus, magnolia blooms and foliage, maiden hair fern, and honeysuckle, by Toast Santa Barbara.
Small and Sweet
This bride's bright Lambert Floral Studio arrangement was on the smaller side. That being said, the orange marigolds were amazingly loud and proud.
We like how this Artisan Event Floral Décor bouquet used roses, ranunculus, and seeded eucalyptus consistently throughout. It also emphasized just three colors: red, orange, and yellow.
Rustic Bridal Bouquet
This organically imperfect Intertwine bouquet (featuring roses, anemones, and more) was absolutely stunning. It was also seasonal, thanks to its fall color palette.
Abundant Bridal Bouquet
Can you tell how much we love lush bouquets? We picked this Honey & Poppies one in particular because it was full of unique orchid varieties in shades of white and orange.
Muted Bridal Bouquet
What this bouquet lacked in color, it gorgeously made up for in structure. (Of course, muted shades aren't a bad thing either way—they looked simply stunning here.) Flower Wild used peonies, sprawling foliage, and more to achieve the style.
This bride loved her bouquet's botanical feel, which came together thanks to its pink and white flowers and berries. Max Gill Design crafted the special clutch.
Deep, Rich Colors
Posey Floral + Event Design spotlighted deep, warm colors in this head-turning bridal bouquet. The arrangement featured dinnerplate dahlias, chocolate cosmos, astrantia, scabiosa, pampas grass, astilbe, and ranunculus, plus plenty of foliage.
Charming Bridal Bouquet
This bouquet, by Holly Heider Chapple, was another example of the power of pink, red, and orange. The joyful arrangement included dahlias, zinnias, scabiosa, and amaranthus, among other fresh additions.