Whether you've already fallen in love with a flower, or, like thousands of brides, you gravitate toward one of the blooms pictured below, it's comforting to know that your bouquet is hardly limited by your selection. We asked four florists to offer fresh takes on the most popular wedding flowers in their shops.

Starting Point: Ranunculuses

Ranunculuses are available in spring, and sometimes in the fall. "I love to add unusual accents like berries, grasses, or pods to keep a bouquet from looking cookie-cutter," says Jen. Here, the bouquet's "handle" is wrapped in fresh moss. "In the past, I've also wrapped stems with denim, leaves, heirloom scarves, and vines," she says.

Bouquet: ranunculuses, chamomile, spray roses, scented geranium leaves, and tweedia. StoneKelly