While invitations are obviously our favorite wedding detail, bouquets and florals might be our second. From lush, cascading bouquets to minimalist greenery, these stunning wedding bouquets are sure to get you inspired and excited for your own wedding florals. And if you love floral details, you can even get some floral invitations to match! Without further ado, keep scrolling for some seriously breathtaking bouquet inspiration.
left via Junebug Weddings; right via Tinge Floral
We love florists that are passionate about sourcing local florals and greenery, and it can lead to some of the most gorgeous bouquets. This organic, natural style is the perfect complement to your surroundings and location, and beautifully reflects the way flora interacts in the wild.
left via MunaLuchi Bride & Thibodeaux’s Floral Studio; right via Nouba & Signature Floral Design
Luscious pops of rich jewel tones create a stunning addition to your wedding ensemble, and can really bring another level to a romantic theme. We adore the way Amanda’s bouquet pulls the rich pomegranate hues from Tyrell’s tux.
left via Junebug Weddings; right via 100 layer cake & Tumbleweed Floral Truck
Palms, ferns, banana leaves, lilies, birds of paradise… there is so much tropical flora and greenery that can make for a truly gorgeous bridal bouquet. Whether you opt to go heavier on florals or focus on luscious tropical greenery, you can use your bouquet to accent any tropical location or theme.
left via Sinclair and Moore; right via 100 Layer Cake and Stok Floral
From brilliant, bright-hued florals with cascading ribbons, to an eye-catching rainbow ombre, we love couples who play with color for their bouquets. The contrast of magenta, canary yellow, or amethyst against a white dress makes for an absolutely stunning scene.
left via The Knot; right via Ever After Guide
Greenery is often the unsung hero of the wedding bouquet, but we are all for show-stopping bouquets that let the greenery be the star. For a bohemian vibe mix eucalyptus, blue thistle, and succulents, or create a more contemporary feel with ferns, trailing amaranth, and Clematis Vine. As an added bonus for going all-in on greenery, is you’ll save some cash as floral bouquets tend to carry a heftier price tag.
left via Buffy Dekmar Photography; right via Green Wedding Shoes & Bouquet Studio
Single stems or just a select few of your favorite florals are a gorgeous bouquet option for the minimalist couple. Whether complementing an overall minimalist aesthetic or simply allowing your attire to be the focal point, opting for the ‘less is more’ mentality is a chic and increasingly popular alternative to the larger bouquets.
left via Nouba & Signature Floral Design; right via Tidewater & Tulle
Perhaps the opposite of the minimalist bouquet is the exquisite and luxurious cascading bouquet. Featuring loose florals, trailing greenery, ribbons, and ferns, this bouquet style is notably romantic and whimsical.Â Depending on the types of flowers and greenery, the cascading style can offer an unruly and natural mountain flair, a royal elegance, or a modern romance.
Did we miss your favorite bouquet style, or still don’t know quite what you’re looking for? Find even more inspiration on our Floral Inspiration board on Pinterest!