When picking out flowers for your bridal bouquet, the options are nearly endless. Should you have peonies, David Austin roses, or both? How about hydrangeas or sunflowers? With so many gorgeous flowers available, it can be hard to choose what you should carry down the aisle. To kick off your big-day bloom search, we recommend starting by checking out our gallery of wedding bouquets. Since there are so many options (almost 1,000!) here, are a few things to keep in mind to help narrow down your search:
First of all, it's important to have fun with your wedding flowers. After all, you're probably wearing a white dress, so why not experiment with a little color? For the whimsical, modern bride, we love the look of this ranunculus and anemone bouquet mixed with thistles, mini pittosporum, and veronica. Looking for a more muted look? Stick to the same color scheme like this bunch of pretty pink flowers by Amy Osaba. We think the classic peonies look pretty and fresh thanks to its nontraditional bouquet shape.
And, since we're in the midst of fall wedding season, we can't help but admire bouquets in the richest of hues. For lovers of red, we think this autumnal bouquet of purple antique hydrangeas, maple leafs, and berries is definitely worthy of a Pinterest pin. Another look to consider? This loose, lush combo of orange cymbidium orchids and greenery.
To see more flower inspiration, check out our complete gallery of bouquets for you and your bridesmaids by clicking the below link.