25 Beautiful Purple Wedding Bouquets We Love
As you work with your florist to choose a color palette for your bouquet, consider something unexpected. Purple arrangements may not often make their way down the aisle, but choosing flowers in this bold hue is one of the easiest ways to ensure your bouquet makes a statement. What you may not realize is that many of your favorite flowers—including roses, lilacs, anemones, dahlias, orchids, and hydrangeas—are all readily available in shades of purple. Even better, you can find them year-round.
Because there are so many different shades of purple—everything from the palest lavender to the deepest plum are fair game for wedding flowers—the hue is incredibly versatile. We especially love to see purple paired with its complementary color—yellow—for a more romantic feel, but think it looks just as good as a bright pop in an all-white bouquet. And if you really love this color, go big with a monochromatic bouquet, as Petals by the Shore did here. The pros showcased many of purple's different shades in the form of anemones, roses, sweet peas, tulips, and hyacinth.
Another reason the color is so versatile? The fact that so many different flowers are naturally available purple tones means you can pick and choose the blooms that work best with your wedding style. For a classic look, consider garden roses or dahlias in a pale shade. For something a little more modern, ask you florist to work with deep plum orchids or anemones. Simply put, this color won't look out of place on your big day regardless of your personal style.
If you're still not sure how to bring the right amount of purple into your bouquet, we've rounded up some of our favorite arrangements. Let these beautiful mixes inspire your own.
If you love purple, take note of this bride's bouquet. Oleander Curated used only lilacs to bring this arrangement to life.
Mary Lennox created this effortless look by pairing dark purple and white sweet peas with lavender clematis. The final mix had an ombré effect.
Loose, Moody Mix
A single white garden rose was the perfect bright addition to this Gathering Events display of purple blooms. The moody mix included lilacs, clematis, hellebore, and dahlias.
Greenery lightened up this otherwise moody Art With Nature arrangement of deep purple ranunculus, clematis, and lilac.
This combination of pale purple lilacs and all-white spirea, arranged here by Prema, produced the ultimate two-toned bouquet. A few well-placed clematis, roses, and ranunculus rounded out the look.
If you're tying the knot over the winter, you may want to copy this bride's deep-hued bouquet. Packed with purple anemones, sweet peas, orchids, and berries, the mix felt perfect for a cold-weather affair.
Purple and Peach
In this bouquet, Fox & Flora accented purple lilacs, roses, and clematis with a few peach and white garden roses. The unexpected mix had an almost handpicked vibe.
Large lavender roses were the focal point in this bouquet by Janna Brown Designs, but sprays of lilac gave it lots of movement.
While there were plenty of different blooms—including peonies, hellebore, and tulips—in this Freckled Floral arrangement, it was the cascading lilacs that really stood out. The trailing purple ribbon also helped to reinforce the bouquet's purple color palette.
Purple and Yellow
Kelly Oshiro played with complementary tones when creating this bouquet. Purple lilacs, sweet peas, and tulips were paired with yellow garden roses and ranunculus to stunning effect.
An Organic Mix
Bows and Arrows created this large, organic bouquet of purple and white roses, lilacs, and peonies. Its loose style was a nice contrast to the classic mix of blooms.
Light Green and Purple
CJH Florals created a purple-and-white color palette using lavender-hued garden roses and white blooms.
A large, purple garden rose stood out in this bouquet of scabiosa, ranunculus, Japanese anemone, and blushing bride protea.
A Bed of Purple
Blush Designs created a contrasting bouquet by mixing blush and white peonies with sprigs of lavender.
White and Purple
The moody purples in this bride's bouquet of ranunculus, anemones, and berries made it winter-appropriate.
Mibellarosa created this stunning bouquet by pairing purple anemones with lilacs and white peonies.
Although this Folly Flowers and Joy arrangement was comprised entirely of purple calla lilies, it still made a statement.
Blue and Purple
Although small, this bouquet of blue and purple blooms by Ponderosa and Thyme made a big impact. An indigo ribbon—a mix of both colors—was the perfect way to bring both hues together.
Dark Purple and Green
This bride put this bouquet of lavender and greenery together herself, and the result was undeniably beautiful.
Small and Simple
Lavender and soft purple sweet peas made up the bulk of this sweet, simple spray.
There was no way guests wouldn't notice this vibrant Sarah's Garden posy, which contained magenta orchids and purple-centered calla lilies.
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