Looking for spring wedding inspiration? Let's be honest: No spring wedding is complete without an abundance of pretty pastel blooms. And, while you can add flowers to every element of your big day—from the altar to the reception tables to the cake—we think the bouquets are perhaps the most important. Why? Because your bouquet will have a prime spot in all of your beautiful bridal portraits, and, most importantly, it's what you will carry down the aisle to meet your partner.
Luckily, springtime couples are blessed with tons of beautiful in-season blooms to choose from. Peonies, roses, tulips, calla lilies, hydrangeas, sweet pea, and ranunculus are just a few of the many flower types readily available for spring weddings. Romantic pastels are always go-to hues for this season of renewal, but don't be afraid to add bold pops of color for contrast (think fuchsia, coral, orange, and purple).
Below, we've gathered 42 gorgeous spring wedding bouquets from real weddings and asked top floral designers to share a few of their favorites as well.
A Mix of Romantic Roses
At this beautiful Lake Como wedding, the bride chose a soft and elegant arrangement of roses for her bouquet. Soft pastel purples, pinks, and creams bring dimension to her florals.
Peonies and Daisies
Lily Peterson of Flowershop dreamed up this gathered bouquet of Claire de Lune peonies, coral peonies, and white daisies. “I wanted it to be small and feel wild,” says the bride.
Astrantia, Baby’s Breath, Eucalyptus, Larkspur, Daisies, Nigella, and Thistle
For this carefree wedding in the hills of Virginia, Sweet Root Village made bouquets of soft pink astrantia, baby’s breath, eucalyptus, lavender larkspur, baby white daisies, nigella, and blue thistle. The colors complement this patterned dress beautifully.
Tulips, Ranunculus, and Sweet Pea
This lush bunch by Amy Osaba features three of our favorite spring blooms: tulips, ranunculus, and sweet pea. Pops of blue among creamy white blooms make a gorgeous statement.
Ranunculus and Peonies
Single blooms can make a serious impression when tied together with sweet, satin ribbon. Just take these petite bouquets of ranunculus and peonies as proof.
Astrantia, Larkspur, Daisies, Peonies, and Queen Anne’s Lace
This bride's wild bouquet pairs soft pink astrantia, baby’s breath, eucalyptus, lavender larkspur, baby white daisies, nigella, white peonies, and chocolate Queen Anne’s lace. This wildflower style was a perfect choice for an outdoor wedding.
Lily of the Valley, Stephanotis, Sweet William, and Astilbe
We love an all-white bouquet for a spring wedding. The bride's whimsical and romantic bouquet features Lily of the Valley, stephanotis, Sweet Williams, and white astilbe—all wrapped in the bride's mother's handkerchief.
Acacia and Sweet Pea
This spring bouquet is perfect for the modern bride that loves color. This delicate bouquet of acacia and sweet pea helped capture the bride's wedding vision of "casual, global, and romantic."
English Garden Roses, Peonies, and Ranunculus
This soft bouquet by Amy Osaba Design features English garden roses, peonies, and ranunculus in white, ivory, and blush. We love the range of barely-there pastel hues.
Roses and Cosmos
Rethink the spring color palette by mixing in shades of muted orange with pale pink and yellow. This sweet bunch by Mandy Grace Designs is a gorgeous example.
Anthurium, Roses, Sweet Pea, Wispy Fern, and Rice Flowers
A Flowershop bouquet of pale pink anthurium and roses, sweet pea, wispy fern, and rice flowers set the tone for this Charleston wedding's pastel palette. Contrasting shapes and textures create a beautifully eclectic look.
Roses, Orchids, and Berries
Bouquets of blush and ivory blooms are always pretty, but this design by Of The Flowers uses texture to take it to the next level.
Daisies, Snapdragons, Chrysanthemums, and Allium
If you're after capturing that carefree vibe, look to this bouquet of daisies, snapdragons, mums, and allium for inspiration. The rainbow of colors creates a whimsical aesthetic.
Sweet Pea, Roses, and Tulips
For a vintage-inspired wedding along the Oregon coast, the bride carried a whimsical arrangement of sweet pea, roses, and tulips in peach, white, yellow, and purple hues. Tying the arranging with a loose cream ribbon is the perfect finishing touch.
Roses and Trailing Greens
The lavender hue in this loose and wild bouquet is such an unexpected yet totally lovely touch. It goes perfectly with pale orange roses and loose, trailing greenery for a cascading effect.
Ferns and Roses
Marigold SF designed this bundle of tea and garden roses, ferns, and vines. It appears as if the blooms had been gathered from the forest at the couple's venue in California.
Peonies, Wildflowers, and Grasses
This mix of wildflowers, foraged greens, and store-bought blooms was a DIY arrangement by the bride. She describes the look as "organic, romantic, and boho."
Roses in a Range of Hues
If roses are your favorite, this bouquet by Lindsay Bishop Events is all the inspiration you need. We especially love how it pairs shades of pale pink with bubble gum and fuchsia.
Peonies, Roses, Alliums, Sweet Pea, and Chrysanthemum
There was no shortage of color for this bride's bouquet at her intimate wedding celebration in Connecticut. Peonies, roses, alliums, sweet pea, and chrysanthemums in pink, yellow, purple, and green hues come together to create this vibrant arrangement.
Queen Anne's Lace and Cosmos
While big blooms are undoubtedly the star this season, that doesn't mean you have to forget about the beauty of simple greenery. We love how this bridesmaid's bouquet showcases different textures, long stems, and petite, pretty blooms.
Garden Roses and Greens
Garden roses are always a gem, especially these peach ones from Ariel Dearie Flowers. Flowers with peachy pink hues make the perfect addition to a spring bouquet.
Clematis, Hellebores, Lysimachia, and Ferns
This beautiful white bouquet is made with clematis, hellebores, Lysimachia, and ferns. We love how it pops against the detailing on the bride's dress and the grass below.
Peonies, Anemones, Lilacs, and Stephanotis
Pink was a major part of the color scheme for this bride's spring wedding, so naturally the color made an appearance in the bouquet. Peonies, anemones, lilacs, and stephanotis bring a mix of texture and dimension to the arrangement.
Dinner Plate Dahlias
It's all about texture with this stunning bouquet. Fluffy dinner plate dahlias were the focus of this wedding bouquet designed by All You Need Is Love Events.
Dahlias, Queen Anne's Lace, Feverfew, Ranunculus, and Protea
For a charming plucked-from-the-garden feel, consider this wildflower beauty by The Wilding Collective. It includes dahlias, Queen Anne's lace, jasmine vine, feverfew, eucalyptus, ranunculus, and "blushing bride" protea.
Peonies and Lily of the Valley
Since Lily of the Valley is the birth flower of May, this bride chose to use it in her May wedding bouquet. White peonies add extra dimension to the clean white arrangement.
Jasmine, Peonies, Garden Roses, and Astilbe
This lovely and playful bouquet by Amy Burke Designs showcases jasmine, peonies, garden roses, and astilbe. We love how light and dark pinks play alongside soft peach hues.
Ranunculus, Peonies, Roses, Astilbe, Majolica, and Plumosa
Take a cue from this chic California bride and ask for a mix of blooms in different shades within the same color family. The Little Branch used ranunculus, peonies, garden roses, astilbe, pink majolica, sweet pea, and plumosa to craft this pretty-in-pink bouquet.
Garden Roses, Orchids, Jasmine, and Tweedia
Here's a bouquet perfect for a late spring or early summer wedding. This all-white arrangement by Oleander Curated consists of garden roses, orchids, flowering jasmine vine, tweedia, and various foliage.
Peonies, Nielle, Achillea, and Orlaya Grandiflora
Do you envision yourself carrying a petite bouquet on your big day? We adore this sweet arrangement by PRUNE les fleurs in Montreal featuring peonies, nielle, achillea, and orlaya grandiflora.
Protea, Dahlias, Roses, Ranunculus, Smoke Tree Foliage, and Dusty Miller
This tropical bouquet is totally unique. Protea, dahlias, Juliet roses, ranunculus, smoke tree foliage, and dusty miller combine to form this breathtaking arrangement by TOAST Santa Barbara.
Parrot Tulips, Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Poppies, and Tweedia
This arrangement is basically a sunset in flower form. Decoration Inc. designed this eye-catching ombré bouquet using parrot tulips, garden roses, ranunculus, poppies, and tweedia.
Peonies, Roses, Foxgloves, Hydrangea, Snapdragon, Veronica, and Scabiosa
We love the elegant shape of this Atelier Carmel bouquet. It features peonies, roses, foxgloves, hydrangea, snapdragon, veronica, and scabiosa.
Garden Roses, Thistle, Hydrangea, Scabiosa, and Dusty Miller
Have each of your bridesmaids carry a slightly different bouquet in the same color palette. Amaryllis Floral & Event Design made these beautiful arrangements using variations of garden roses, thistle, hydrangea, scabiosa, floribunda roses, dusty miller, ivy, painted fern, delphinium, and flowering mint.
Want to keep your arrangement simple? Just use baby's breath for a charming textural bouquet that matches your dress.
Lily of the Valley
Lilly of the valley is another gorgeous white flower that can serve as a posy bouquet for your spring wedding.
Anemone, Peony, Ranunculus, Olive, Ruscus, and Freesia
Sometimes white blooms and fresh greenery are all you need for a gorgeous look. A bucolic wedding setting is made all the more lovely with this anemone, peony, ranunculus, olive, Ruscus, and freesia bouquet created by Amy Burke Designs.
Ferns, Eucalyptus, Viburnum, Tulips, Roses, Spirea, and Privet Berry
This verdant bouquet designed by Sinclair & Moore Events perfectly contrasts with the bride's regal ball gown. It features ferns, eucalyptus, viburnum, tulips, garden roses, spirea, and privet berry.
Blackberries, Delphinium, Sweet Peas, Freesia, Astilbe, and Trachillium
Fresh fruit is a super unique way to embrace the spring season. Lauryl Lane designed this berry beautiful bouquet using blackberries, delphinium, sweet peas, freesia, stock, astilbe, trachillium, and scented geranium leaves.
Ranunculus, Garden Roses, Poppies, Jasmine, and Pittosporum
Embrace the season with bright yellow blooms and flowering greenery. This bouquet by Fifty Flowers includes ranunculus, garden roses, Icelandic white poppy, jasmine vine, white garden roses, and variegated mini pittosporum.
Daisies, Daisies, Ranunculus, Feverfew, Echinacea, and Dahlias
This cheerful and dainty bouquet practically emanates sunshine. Karma Flowers designed this arrangement of daisies, chamomile, Nigella, Gerber daisies, ranunculus, feverfew, echinacea, and dahlias.