Ah, summer weddings. Each season has its pros and cons, and of course there are myriad reasons why summer is a wonderful season to get married! Pros: The weather is beautiful (con: as long as it isn't sweltering), the days are longer, and overall everyone's mood is about 10+ happiness points above what it was around wintertime. Plus, there are sooo many beautiful flowers in blooming season which makes making floral decisions for your wedding that much easier! Summer is a season of abundance and lushness, so don't be afraid of also mixing in lots of greenery to your arrangements to mimic your natural surroundings!
The more abundant, the better, in our book. And color! Sure, summer is a versatile time for flowers so you can choose lots of different color palettes—from monochromatic whites to pretty spring-y pastels—but it's also a time that everything is alive and buzzing in nature, so it's a fun time to experiment with some more vibrant options. Regardless of your style and the vibe of your wedding, we've got some floral inspiration for you!
We love this mix of sherbert-y blooms mixed with pale greenery.
Have fun with your bar arrangements! Have your florist do something with winding greenery and asymmetrical roses to really make a statement.
Want something a little different? Have your florist arrange ranunculus and roses under a cloche—we really love how sunset-y this palette is. Perfect for summer!
Like we said: abundance is encouraged when it comes to summer wedding flowers! This cascading bouquet is at once modern and timeless with just a few white blooms.
Here's that color we were talking about! Reds and pinks come together in a beautiful harmonious burst of color in a low, romantic, footed vase.
These rust colored sweet peas are beyond gorgeous. Perfect for a modern garden wedding.
Summer means there are a plethora of weddings with a tropical vibe, and it doesn't get more tropical than these king protea!
We love this ombré bouquet with it's color play and whimsically asymmetrical shape.
If you're really into having more of a monochromatic bouquet, mix your greenery with some green flowers. There aren't many of them, but they blend in perfectly with the rest of the foliage.
Guess what? Most of summer is peony season! So get yourself a bouquet with at least one big, frilly peony.