Spring is peak season for many gorgeous blooms which gives couples unlimited options for show-stopping spring wedding bouquets. Local florists have access to fresh options like tulips, ranunculus, garden roses, anemone, and greenery, to name a few. Whether you are looking for an all-white traditional bouquet or a brightly-colored arrangement with a wildflower feel, you’re sure to get inspired with these 15 new bouquet ideas for spring.
Daisy Co. Floral went light and airy with this first spring wedding bouquet of daisies and ranunculus. The oversized blooms give a lush feel without overdoing the details. The groom’s boutonniere matches with a single white flower and mini daisies.
Would you believe these bouquets from Something Borrowed Blooms are actually made entirely of premium silk? The first is from their Bianca Collection and includes a soft, feminine palette of ivory, cream, and blush, and consists of silk rosebuds, creamy hydrangeas, and white ranunculus. The orchid bouquet has a gorgeous draping feel giving fun shape and movement. For another orchid option, check out this option from Ashley Skeie with a dramatic rounded shape that is filled out with baby’s breath
Vivid & Bright
On the contrary to the above monochromatic bouquets, a colorful arrangement allows your personality to shine through. The silk option from Something Borrowed Blooms features a variety of terracotta and light pink open dutchess roses, dusty lavender, rust ranunculus, and dark plum apple blossom sprays arranged together beautifully. Ashley Fox Designs made this contemporary-shaped bouquet with garden roses, limelight, hydrangeas, and dahlias matching the color palette of the day.
The bottom two spring wedding bouquets from Studio Fleurette feature a less traditional shape and a wildflower vibe. The first features blush tones with maple sapling sprawling off the roses and snapdragons, while the second is a textural masterpiece with clematis and golden sweet peas, bright greenery, and fuschia tones.
One great thing about spring weddings is that everything begins to turn green again for the season. You can either use leafy greens or you can add dimension with greenery like ferns, bay leaves, or eucalyptus. Give a backyard garden feel by pairing them with blush and cream garden roses like Martha’s Garden, or showcase contrast with striking anemones like Studio Fleurette used.
Springtime and pastel hues are just meant to be. Ashely Skeie’s bridal blooms are soft and romantic with peach tones balanced by white roses and tons of texture with mini flowers placed throughout the design. Light pink, lavender, and baby blues make up Something Borrowed Bloom’s statement bouquet with silk garden roses, dahlias, peonies, and bright greens. A favorite of the spring bridal bouquet collection is this whimsical arrangement from Studio Fleurette. This European-inspired bouquet is perfectly moderate in size with “Blue Maggie” tulips, lilac, daffodils, hellebore, ranunculus, quince branches, delphinium, and ‘Cappuccino’ garden roses for depth with caramel sweet peas.