Ask any florist the best time of year to get married and the answer will be unanimous: spring. Beautiful, lush spring blooms are abundant at the flower markets right now and one of our favorites? Muscari (also sometimes called grape hyacinth). Delicate and sweet, muscari comes in white and pale-pink hues, but the most common varieties are in beautiful shades of blue, making them one of the rare naturally blue flowers (perfect if you're working with a blue wedding color palette or searching for a subtle "something blue"!). Here are a few of our favorite muscari wedding arrangements.
Blue Bridal Bouquet (above): There aren't very many naturally blue flowers but this bouquet by Amy Merrick combines the best of them: muscari, forget-me-nots, and delphiniums.
Photo: [Jose Villa](http://josevilla.com/)
Spring Bridal Bouquet with Muscari: This lush, textured bouquet by Flowerwild is full of spring blossoms like lilac, privet berries, frittaliaria, and muscari.
Photo: [Gideon Photography](http://www.gideonphoto.com/blog/)
Boutonniere: Embellish your groom's lapel with a boutonniere made of muscari sprigs and thistles.
Photo: [Jose Villa](http://www.josevilla.com/)
Flower Crown: How romantic is this loose and bohemian floral crown studded with white and blue muscari?
Photo: [Twah Dougherty](http://twahdougherty.com/)
Bridesmaid Bouquet with Anemones and Muscari: Complement blue bridesmaids dresses with a creamy white bouquet accented with pops of blue muscari.
Photo: [Melani Lust Photography](http://www.melanilustphotography.com/)
Centerpiece: Though muscari looks very pretty on its own, the blooms also make a stunning statement when arrangement en masse, as demonstrated by this stunning centerpiece by KD&J Botanica.
Photo: via [Flickr](https://www.flickr.com/photos/toriejayne/8524403964/in/photosof-radostinka/)
Place Setting: Add a few sprigs of muscari to accent a simple and elegant tablescape.