Photography courtesy of Mike Caringi, 5ive15ifteen Photo Company. Bouquets by Blush And Bloom.
We see so many swoon-worthy florals via our real wedding brides, we wanted to round up some of our favourites to inspire you. Like wedding fashion, when it comes to bouquet styles and bloom choices, literally anything goes. Go small or super-size, classic or avant-garde, bright and white, or bursting with colour.
Each and every one of these bouquets is glorious, with different vibes and flowers. The one tip we can offer when choosing your bouquet is to pick flowers you adore and work with your floral designer to create a masterpiece. You may even want to have your wedding bouquet pressed and preserved as an art-piece keepsake.
These white roses are arranged to taper at the top. We love the long stems and their contrast to the white of the gown. Each bridesmaid had a bouquet, but the bride's bouquet was the fullest, and collectively, the group's flower game was on point. It's amazing how just one type of flower can look so spectacular in photos.
This bouquet is big and beautiful. It has a lot going on—there are more than five types of flowers, including burnt orange buttercups, white anthuriums, and roses, but it doesn't look overdone. The bouquet matched the flowers around the reception venue and went fabulously with pampas grass and summer fruits.
This floral arrangement shines a spotlight on timeless and romantic red. The robust shade dots other decor elements, and the bridesmaids wore burgundy dresses to complete the fall aesthetic.
Bouquet by Stars Decoration as seen in this real wedding
This wedding's colour palette is chef's kiss and appropriate for a pastry and cake artiste's nuptials—think deep burgundy dahlias for autumnal flair with softer shades thrown in to balance it all out. The bridal bouquet includes dusky pink roses, blueish anemones, and spicy darker elements.
We give this captivating bouquet with rich textures and colours two thumbs up. Pink peonies, large orange anthuriums, and what might be magenta foxtail amaranths set the tone for decor par excellence. The colours are deliciously intense but tasteful, casting the space in a warm glow.
Bouquet as seen in this real wedding
This daisy-dotted bouquet is to die for—it's everything you would expect when the bride is the owner of a floral design company. Combine the spring-inspired bridal bunch with dozens of flower crowns and bud vases, and you've got a blooming utopia.
Bouquet by Flowers by Jen as seen in this real wedding
Have we saved the best for last? We just might have. This multicoloured bouquet with a crinkle fan and feathery touches is a floral dream.
Bouquet by Hilary Adele Floral Design as seen in this real wedding
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