There are so many beautiful blooms available in the springtime. The flower options for weddings this time of year are gorgeous! For those of you getting married in the Spring, you can enjoy great-looking florals while also keeping the cost (relatively) down, because your choices of in-season blooms are romantic and simply stunning. When it comes to spring bridal bouquets, there are many, and here are some that are sure to inspire you as you plan your wedding.
SPRING BRIDAL BOUQUETS: TALK ABOUT TIMELESS
There is nothing more timeless than an all-white bouquet. Whether it’s multiples of the same bloom or a variety of florals, whites are classically bridal and universally stunning. Here we have examples of an all-peony bouquet, as well as one that is all roses. Both are stunning and work for petite or plus-size brides and anyone in between. They also work as an accessory to a modern affair or one with more traditional decor.
This gorgeous bouquet created by Ashley Cook of Ashley Skeie Wedding & Event Planning is a beautiful example of how a monochromatic white bouquet of different blooms is rich and regal in its own right.
If an all-white bouquet is a little staid for you, Studio Fleurette created this bouquet in white with touches of peach. With white tulips, anemones, apple blossom, peach foxglove, white peonies, white garden roses, and butterfly ranunculus, there’s no shortage of a variety of flowers and the peach hue creates added depth.
Alternatively, we love the look of a contemporary bouquet with some color and white accents. The Little Branch made this yellow bouquet of sweet pea, smilax, ranunculus, grevalia, and lady slipper orchids and it makes quite a stunning statement.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, spring bridal bouquets made of flowers in pastel hues are soft, romantic, and beautiful. Dahlias, garden roses, hydrangeas, and ranunculus are all in-season in the spring and come in a variety of pastel shades.
This bouquet, by Studio Fleurette, is lovely in its scope and variety of blooms. Flowers in this bouquet include cappuccino garden roses, lilac, jasmine vine, blue painted tulips, caramel sweet peas, white tulip, and peach ranunculus.
BOLD COLORS & A MIX OF SIZES
If you find white or pastel boring, the good news is there are bold bouquets in what are considered less traditional colors that pop and are still really beautiful. Think fuchsia or coral for a bridal look that is modern and makes maximum impact. This bouquet of Italian Ruscus, peonies, sandersonia, and ranunculus by The Little Branch is a great example of how blooms both big and small mix well to create a beautiful and memorable bridal bouquet.
Richfield Flowers and Events provided these three bouquets below that show how a mix of colors and blooms make a bride’s floral accessory bold and beautiful.
A COLORFUL COMBO
When you don’t want to choose between pastels and brighter hues, using a combo can be absolutely stunning. Check out how The Little Branch created this bouquet of spray roses, ball dahlias, jasmine, ranunculus, and roses all in shades of pinks and purples to make a gorgeous and modern bridal accessory.
In shades of pink, cream, and pops of red, there is greenery throughout in a mix of textures in this bouquet. Pink crabapple, burgundy anemone, pink butterfly ranunculus, and mauve garden roses make up this dreamy bouquet.
Alternatively, The Little Branch made this bouquet of bittersweet, butterfly ranunculus, ranunculus, dahlias and garden roses and its shades of pale pink, peach, soft yellow and a brighter soft orange hue yet the colors work seamlessly together.
Like what you’ve seen here? We have more spring bridal bouquets you can check out in all sorts of colorways, sizes and styles.
Wedding Guys Wisdom: Keep in mind, for a price, you can get these blooms almost any time of year, but if they are in-season, you’ll pay less.
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