25 Anemone Wedding Bouquets for Every Type of Bride
While it's safe to say we openly adore all wedding flowers, there's something special about anemones. An anemone bouquet might just be the way you decide to brighten up your big day. They're cheerful and happy, two descriptors that should adequately sum up the vibe of your nuptials. Luckily, these pretty wedding blooms are readily available throughout a good portion of the year—generally winter through early summer—and can add a little extra color and personality to any woman's bridal arrangement.
Particularly well known for their delicate petals and bold, contrasting black centers, anemones also offer a touch of nontraditional flair—perfect for the classic bride who wants to make a subtle statement with her personal clutch. We may be partial to how these buds look in bouquets, but they bring a little bit of whimsy to just about any floral display. Available in a broad range of colors, from white to red, pink, purple and even blue, these little blooms are incredibly versatile.
Still searching for reasons to add this bud to your wedding bouquet? The following arrangements, which were all carried by real brides, will surely convince you. Whether you decide to make like several of these women and carry a wedding bouquet that consists entirely or anemones or copy the others by adding just a few (here and there!) to your assorted spray, you really can't go wrong. No matter what, these blooms are sure to stand out in a sea of peonies, garden roses, and dahlias. Ready to discover the full beauty of this unique wedding flower? Click through for some of the prettiest floral inspiration for your anemone bouquet.
Summer Color Palette
Anemones joined forces with their floral sisters, yellow-centered poppies, in this Tulipina display. The bright, saturated color palette (how pretty are the anemones' subtle pink and purple rings?) made the bouquet feel decidedly summer-ready.
Burgundy leaves brought a rustic touch to an otherwise springy rose, aster, and anemone spray by Aqua Floral Design.
White and Pink
An oversized king protea might have dominated this bohemian clutch created by The Little Branch, but anemones, thistles, and plenty of greenery acted as supporting players.
This Milieu Florals bouquet had plenty of texture, thanks to soft lamb's ear, lush dahlias and garden roses, full ranunculus, and dainty anemones.
Red and Purple
While berries imbued this red-and-green Forage and Flower bouquet with cold-weather vibes, it was actually arranged with summery blooms, like peonies, astilbe, and anemones.
Black, White, and Green
Pitch-black calla lilies helped to play up the black centers of this Vella Nest Floral Design bouquet's anemones. Lush white peonies and shiny leaves added texture and sheen.
This Mel Haupt Floral bouquet had some serious height, courtesy of the branch and flower mix's extended stems. Pink lilies, white anemones and carnations, and red roses added some splashy color.
Pink-dyed anemones softened the bold, colorful (red-orange and yellow!) theme of this clutch, which was arranged by Violet Floral Design.
Peach accents were seen throughout this moody wedding, from the pale orange roses in the anemone-centric bouquet (arranged by Wildline weddings!) to the bride's lipstick.
Disney Weddings paired traditional big-day blooms, like dahlias, roses, and tulips, with more unexpected notes, like fern fronds, anemones, and just-budding flowers.
This beauty was lush and vintage looking—exactly what the bride had hoped for. Her florist, Amy Merrick, incorporated personal touches, like a brooch belonging to the bride's grandmother, into the pretty peach anemone clutch.
Lots of Blooms
This incredible anemone arrangement was created by the bride's mother and also included olive branches, bay leaves, king protea, and peonies.
Over the Top
The assortment of flowers featured in this Sullivan Owen wedding bouquet were absolutely breathtaking. But it was the delicate white and black anemone peeping out of the arrangement's center that really completed the picture.
Rose and Anemone
Not only did this gorgeous green and white bouquet by Mint Design feature white roses, it also incorporated beautiful black and white anemones for a lush, romantic look.
This bride carried a white and green arrangement down the aisle to stunning effect. The display, created by Boston Pollen, featured an assortment of anemones, garden roses, dahlias, ranunculus, and zinnias.
The floral designers at Birds of a Flower created this colorful, contrasting arrangement of anemones, peonies, roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas.
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