Bouquet Styles

Bouquet Styles

Spring is right around the corner and that has us thinking of flowers – specifically, bridal bouquets. Consider your bouquet to be the ultimate “accessory” to complement your wedding day look. Whether your vision is classic white or bright colors (or anything in between!), this is the place to infuse your personality into your wedding design.

I love bouquets that experiment with texture and pops of color, but I also adore a classic all white look as well! Below are some of my favorite bouquets that our brides have carried on their way down the aisle.

Orchids and roses. Need we say more?


Photography: Maypole Studios | Florist: Hello Darling

The soft textures of Caroline’s bouquet were a crisp contrast to her sleek wedding gown.

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Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie | Florist: Dilly Lily

Cascade bouquets, most popular in the 1970s, are making a huge comeback as brides try to incorporate elements from their parents’ weddings into their special day.

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Photography: Chad Husar Photography | Florist: Richard Remiard Designs

Shades of white, peach, and sage green are ideal for a Spring or Summer wedding.

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Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie | Florist: Flora Chicago

Incorporate a family heirloom, such as a locket or photo, by attaching it to your bouquet with a pretty ribbon or necklace.

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Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie | Florist: Flora Chicago

Carissa wanted lots of texture and an organic look for her garden wedding bouquet.

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Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie | Florist: Fleur

Add depth and texture to your bouquet by using multiple varieties of flowers and pops of bright color.

Photography: Maypole Studios | Florist: Forget Me Knodt

Pretty pops of coral perfectly complemented these bridesmaids’ gowns.

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Photography: Carasco Photography | Florist: Richard Remiard Designs

Soft and subtle with lush blooms.

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Photography: Dennis Lee | Florist: Fleur

An outdoor wedding lends itself well to this “just picked from the garden” look.

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Photography: Julia Franzosa Photography | Florist: Molly Flavin

Delicate Spring blooms and fresh garden greens create a picture-perfect bouquet.

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Photography: Eric Kelley Photography | Florist: HMR Designs

You can never go wrong with an ivory and white stunner like this.

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Photography: Jai Girad | Florist: Kehoe Designs

Sometimes bigger is better! Look at this monochromatic beauty!

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Photography: Leathem Photography | Florist: Dilly Lily

Peonies are the perfect flower for a Spring wedding! They are lush, soft, and romantic.

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Photography: Ingrid Bonne Photography | Florist: Yanni Design Studios

Go bold!

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Copyright: Nakai Photography | Florist: Kehoe Designs

Varying shades of purple blooms set the tone for this dramatic wedding.


Photography: Maypole Studios | Florist: Hello Darling

Photographers: Maypole Studios, Olivia Leigh Photographie, Chad Husar Photography, Carasco Photography, Dennis Lee, Julia Franzosa Photography, Eric Kelley Photography, Jai Girad, Leathem Photography, Ingrid Bonne Photography, Nakai Photography

Florists: Hello Darling, Dilly Lily, Richard Remiard Designs, Flora Chicago, FleurHMR Designs, Kehoe Designs, Molly Flavin, Yanni Design Studio

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