Tulips are not only a beautiful spring flower, but they're also super versatile. The classic blooms are available in hundreds of unique varieties and colors (fringed, variegated, frilly) — way beyond the basic types you see at your local grocery store. Best of all, they're in season right now, so if you're planning a spring wedding, ask your florist to find a way to include the pretty blooms into your wedding arrangements.
To help get you inspired, we've put together a collection of our favorite bridal bouquets featuring picture-perfect tulips for every kind of bride.
Pink Tulip Bouquet (above): This ultra-romantic bouquet by florist Krista Jon features pale-pink tulips mixed with pieris, dusty miller leaves, and ranunculuses.
Photo: [Ryan Ray Photography](http://ryanrayphoto.com/)
Coral Fringed Tulip Bouquet: For a look that's more modern and unexpected, ask your florist to source fringed tulips, as seen here in this bright coral bouquet by Texas-based floral studio Bows & Arrows.
Photo: [Connie Lyu](http://connielyu.com/ target=)
White Tulip Bouquet: Crisp, white tulips look elegant when combined with fresh greenery, as demonstrated by this bouquet courtesy of Los Angeles-based Violette's.
Photo: Aaron Dyer
Bright-Pink Bouquet: These giant parrot tulips look so whimsical when their petals are wide open (instead of tightly closed, as we so often see with the bloom). This Kat Flower-designed bouquet also includes roses, ranunculus, tweedia, veronicas, bunny tail, and jasmine.
Peach Tulip Bouquet: Variegated parrot tulips, deep-toned amaryllises, and peach-colored Juliet garden roses make a stunning bouquet when combined together in this bouquet by MMD Events. The gold cord wrapped around the handle is a chic way to add a touch of formality.
Photo: Courtesy of [Doing So](http://doingso.com/)
Parrot Tulip Bouquet: This airy ivory bouquet has a wonderful ethereal feel thanks to its pretty mix of parrot tulips, "blushing bride" proteas, and astilbes.