Some chose when they marry because it’s when their favorite venue is available. Others for the season they want to get away on a honeymoon. For flower lovers that don’t want to break the bank, choosing the time of year when your favorite blooms are in season is a smart way to go. We have some bouquets perfect for spring weddings that will show you just how gorgeous your floral elements can be.
Event Lab created this bouquet of roses, lisianthus, spray roses, ranunculus, eucalyptus greens, just perfect for a spring affair. Photo by Jeanine Marie Photography.
Bride & Blossom made this gorgeous bouquet with 4 types of roses (vendela, amnesia, quicksand and majolica), ranunculus, lisainthus, cafe au lait dahlia, Queen Anne’s lace and parvifolia and seeded eucalyptus. Photo by Anastasilia Photography.
POPS OF COLOR ADD DEMENSION
Renning’s Flowers created this striking bouquet with hot pink spray roses, thistle, veronica, green hypericum, white wax flower, caspia, white and blush pink roses, feverfew, yellow solidago, purple asters and silver dollar eucalyptus. Photo by HD Photography.
The monochromatic look of these Phalaenopsis Orchids, Juliet garden roses, peonies, and ranunculus from Bride & Blossom add to the richness of this bouquet. Photo by Casey Fatchett Photography.
Lilacs, white dahlias, white calla lilies, stephanotis, white ranunculas, pink astilbe, white spray roses, tree fern, myrtle, and ruscus make up this spring wedding bouquet by Renning’s Flowers. Photo by Midwest Lifeshots Photography.
CREAMS AND WHITES ARE CLASSY
Event Lab made this creamy (and dreamy!) bouquet out of peonies, ranunculus, freesia, roses, and pitt greens for a springtime wedding. Photo by Megan Norman.
And using one type bloom doesn’t take away the bouquet’s impact. Here is a bouquet made solely of a springtime favorite, peonies, and it is divine. Bouquet by Bride & Blossom. Photo by Jacquelyne Pierson Weddings.
Now that you have your floral, be sure to check out our picks for spring wedding cakes!