In Season Now: 7 Fresh & Pretty Poppy Bouquets

pink poppy wedding bouquet

Photo: Lehua Noelle

Delicate and paper-light, poppies are a beautiful flower that come in a variety of bright and cheerful colors. They're in season right now, so if you're planning a spring wedding, ask your florist if he or she can incorporate the pretty blooms into your wedding arrangements. To help get you inspired, we've put together a collection of our favorite bridal bouquets featuring pretty poppies.

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Pink Poppy Bridal Bouquet (above): This bright-pink bouquet by Primary Petals combines poppies in varying shades of pink with scabiosas, lavender, astilbe, garden roses, and ranunculuses.

elegant bouquet of poppies

Photo: Jose Villa

Pastel Poppy Bouquet with White Lilacs: This elegant bouquet by florist Mindy Rice features pastel-colored poppies and white lilacs, tied together with strands of vintage ribbon.

pink poppy bridal bouquet with jasmine

Photo: Jemma Keech

Pink Poppy Bridal Bouquet with Jasmine: Loose strands of pink jasmine add a natural, organic feel to this arrangement of pale-pink poppies courtesy Flower Talk.

Organic Poppy Bouquet with Juliet Garden Roses: If you like the look of a loose and lush arrangement with a handpicked feel, check out this rustic bouquet with pink poppies, poppy pods, Juliet garden roses, flowering branches, and pieris by Hello Blossoms.

Rainbow Bridal Bouquet with Poppies: The bright pops of color create a whimsical, wildflower feel to this bouquet by Lindsay Colette Designs. The vibrant arrangement includes poppies, ranunculuses, peonies, scabiosa, anemones, lisanthuses, garden roses, and alliums.

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Bright Poppy Bridal Bouquet: This cheery and colorful bouquet by Shotgun Floral Studio perfectly complements the couple's modern wedding venue — the Parker Palm Springs Hotel.

Citrus-Colored Poppies Bridal Bouquet: This super-bright contemporary bouquet by the designers at Bash, Please features citrus-hued poppies mixed with with elegant whites and greens—here, achieved using anemones, veronicas, dusty millers, solidasters, and ranunculuses.

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