As you make your way down the aisle, your bridal bouquet will be the first detail your guests notice. Wedding bouquets can be one of the most expensive items of a wedding, so brides tend to be very particular about their choices.

Spring and summer are the most popular wedding seasons, which is why spring and summer bouquets are in high demand. Check out these beautiful spring and summer bouquets for ideas.

1. Slate Blue & Pink Flowers

Colors like slate blue and pink can be used to create simple wedding bouquets. They are available in a wide range of colors and kinds, making them an excellent choice for a summer wedding bouquet.

Blue Pink Pastel Wedding Bouquet

2. Red & Pink Bouquet

Red & pink bouquet flowers can convey more than just genuine love and passion; they can also convey admiration, desire, and even courage.
Red Bouquet

3. Fresh Green Flowers

Fresh exotic flowers can be expensive, so brides on a budget can save money by using green bouquets instead. After all, nature will never let you down.

4. Pastel Pink Wedding Bouquet

A bouquet of common pink flowers, such as garden roses, lilies, dahlias, and peonies, can be used in a variety of settings in the summer season. You can find a wide variety of colors in the pink spectrum, from pale peach to bright magenta.
Pink & White Bouquet Wedding

pink bouquet

5. All-white Bouquet

Your bouquet colors will never go out of style if you use an all-white color combination. When it comes to wedding bouquets, white always reigns supreme.

white gold bouquet wedding
white wedding bouquet

6. Peach Bouquets

A variety of well-known flowers are available in peachy shades, making it simple for brides-to-be to create the bouquet of their dreams. Pale green succulents are a fresh way to complement peach hues.

peach wedding bouquet

7. Spring Blush Bouquets

There are many different kinds of flowers that work well in spring blush bouquets, but the most popularly used are coral and yellow florals.

Spring Bouquet Yellow Peach Orange

8. Pastel Pink and Cream Bouquets

You can opt for a hand-tied bouquet of pink roses, garden roses, sweet peas, lillies, and foliages.

Pastel Pink Cream Wedding Bouquet

9. Succulent Bouquets

Using succulents in place of traditional flowers has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it’s not hard to see why. Incorporating classic greenery or foliage into an all-succulent bouquet can transform it into something pretty as the bride.

10. Leafy Bouquets

Flowers are timeless, but if you want something a little different, think about going green for your wedding bouquet. A large greenery bouquet can be made with eucalyptus, succulents, and ferns.

White & Green Bouquet

11. Tropical Bouquets

Tropical bridesmaid bouquet Tropical bride bouquet Colorful flowers native to the tropics are referred to as tropical flowers. Your exotic bridal flowers can include well-known tropical blooms like birds of paradise or exotic orchids.

12. Hoop-shaped Greenery

A hoop bouquet is a non-traditional play on the wedding bouquet that is currently popular in wedding-day florals. Olive, rosemary, or eucalyptus branches make lovely boho additions to hoop-shaped bride bouquets.

13. Lavender Bouquets

Many people think of Lavender as a summer-blooming plant, but some varieties begin popping up in the spring. Other soft pastel summer flowers such as peonies and roses can be paired with lavender to create a beautiful bouquet.

14. Bright Sunflower Bouquets

Though widely adored, sunflowers as a wedding flower are extremely unusual. Sunflowers, on the other hand, are one of the brightest summer blooms and are perfect for rustic-style bouquets.

15. Classic Roses Bouquets

The rose is by far the most popular wedding flower, and it’s also one of the most traditional. When it comes to bridal bouquets, nothing beats roses for elegance and class.

all white roses bouquet bride wedding

16. Organic Bouquets

Organic-looking bouquets are among the most favorite bride flowers. Lots of greenery with seasonal florals to pull off a natura-looking and organic bouquet.

organic bouquet wedding

17. Mixed Dried & Fresh Flowers

dried and fresh flowers wedding bouquet The rustic charm of dried flower bouquets mixed with fresh flowers adds a special touch to your wedding florals. They are a less expensive alternative to fresh flowers for weddings, and if kept out of the sun and properly cared for, they can last forever.

18. Hydrangeas Bouquets

Hydrangeas are an excellent choice for a low-cost bridal bouquet. The mix of ivory and blue blossoms draws attention while still being stylish and sophisticated.

19. Orchids Bouquets

Many people use orchids to make bouquets and other floral designs. They also come in a lot of different colors and sizes. This makes it easy to use orchids in weddings of any style.

orchid bouquet wedding bride

20. Rainbow Wedding Bouquets

Contrary to popular opinion, wedding flowers don’t always have to be in soft, pastel shades. Colorful bouquets are trendy today! A pop of color can liven things up—even all the colors in the rainbow!

Rainbow Wedding Bouquet

21. Bougainvillea Bouquets

Other lush blooms, such as roses and peonies, complement bougainvillea’s romantic look. It is also considered a modern take on the bridal bouquet.

22. Cotton Bouquets

Bridal bouquets made up of fluffy cotton flowers and other romantic blooms like roses, carnations, and baby’s breath are simply beautiful. It’d make a stunning rustic floral arrangement for the hands of the bride and even with the wedding decor!

23. Floral Fan

A floral fan bridal bouquet might be just what you need if you’re looking for something a little different. With the appropriate blooms, lush tropical flowers can go from dainty to sensational.

24. Blue Cornflower Bouquets

Cornflowers can be the central piece of a bouquet at a wedding. It goes well with sage green and white.

25. Baby’s Breath Bouquets

For any type of wedding, Baby’s Breath’s delicate white flowers and light green stems create an airy floral look.

26. Branch Bouquets

A blooming branch bouquet is a second option for freshening up a bridal look. A must-have for any wedding with a bohemian theme!

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