Welcome back, and thank you for joining us for our third and final installment of over 100 lovely wedding bouquets to help get your creative juices flowing when choosing the perfect arrangement for your big day.
Bouquets can come in such a dizzying array of varieties that it can make your head spin. That is why before choosing you need to ask yourself some questions first. Is this even more or less formal? Do you want the bouquet to complement the bride specifically or fit into an overall larger theme for the wedding ceremony’s design? Should the bouquet act as a focal point in its own right, or should it draw attention specifically to the bride herself?
There are no wrong answers to these questions, but they are considerations that are important when determining which style of bouquet is right for you. In terms of design, bouquets can be subtle or striking. They excite with vibrant colors that serve as a sumptuous feast for the eyes, or they can provide a minimal, yet sophisticated, palette upon which the bride’s natural beauty shines the brightest.
If you have already taken the journey with us through the first 100 entries in the list, this section will serve as a bit of closure that takes elements from the first two parts adding dashes of each and all styles in between to help you solidify the sense in your mind as to what kind bouquet is right for you. With the traditional with a twist to the mysteriously exotic, these bouquets are sure to inspire you in your search for the perfect arrangement for your big day.
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101. This is an absolutely stunning pageant bouquet that uses a wide variety of flora and colors to create a truly exotic feel. The orchid and iris’ deeply curved petals give class movement to this arrangement while the freesia balances the palette out. The deep green Chico jumbo leaves add that tropical touch for an island aesthetic.
102. This nosegay bouquet gushes with life and allows for a bountiful feel that is at once both delicate and wild. The luscious blooms of the deep red dahlia’s combine with the exquisite petal folds of the white eustoma to temper the overgrown approach of this loose arrangement. The sprigs of heather and tie the two design styles together.
103. This bouquet may have elements of the nosegay and even some of the wild, verdant feel of the previous bouquet, but this posy pulls its design more tightly together for and amazing arrangement that gives a sense of an ethereal aesthetic. The long lavender shoots accent the yellow, white, and pink colors of this gorgeous bouquet.
104. This pomander bouquet develops a subtle motif through the use of its floral components. The lovely coral roses provide a sense of delicate youth while the actual coral leaves add a rich green color to balance the warmer color. White Casablanca lilies give the final signal of fresh, young love.
105. This round bouquet is a bit minimal in its design, but the symmetrical split between the colors provides a sharp contrast that twists this traditional style in a modern, chic way. The v-neck wedding dress with embroidery embellished lace sleeves is perfectly complemented by this subtle but sophisticated arrangement.
106. This bouquet is technically a posy, but its diminutive size and upturned design speaks to a pageant arrangement making it an understated addition that does not detract from the bride nor fade into the background. The delicate folds of the rose and freesia petals accent the elaborate embroidery embellishments of the wedding dress.
107. This classic round bouquet is ideal for a spring wedding ceremony. The rose and eustoma flowers come in a variety of shades ranging from pink to white, to pale green. However, it is the use of unbloomed blossoms, liberally interspersed throughout the arrangement that offers a statement of youthful vigor and new beginnings.
108. This is a simple pageant bouquet of large daisy blooms that does not fit into every wedding, nor does it work for all degrees of formality. However, if the bride is looking for something that will focus the guests’ attention squarely on her—especially for an outdoor ceremony during the late spring or summer seasons—then this does nicely.
109. This posy bouquet as another hybrid style that incorporates the clean look of the more diminutive design with the abundance of a cascade. The broad leaves of deep, rich green and luxurious burgundy provide an elegant base for the pure white lily to pop into the forefront among the fiery orange, red, and yellows softened by the delicate pinks.
110. This round bouquet provides an abundance of bright, vivid colors for the eyes to feast on. The tightly coiled roses in soft pinks are nestled in the more extravagant blooms of white, pink, and lavender eustomas that allow this arrangement to match a wide variety of textures. This arrangement is especially fetching when paired with a matching colored dress.
111. This bouquet borders on the line between posy and nosegay. The white eustoma blossoms sit among a bed of petite, yellow wildflowers with thin shoots of grasses to complete. The whole design is given a spectacular touch with the addition of blue butterfly orchids and pale blue sprigs to match. The whole arrangement provides a touch of class to a more informal wedding ceremony.
112. This nosegay bouquet takes advantage of the broad eucalyptus adding just enough of a medium green with deep red veins to both match and balance the soft warm colors of the coral peonies. Add large white anemone flowers with a deep raven’s black center to make a truly refined statement. The bustling design pairs nicely with the unflounced wedding dress.
113. This posy bouquet takes pages from the minimal design approach to focus all of the attention on the bride. The large, luscious blooms with their intricate folds of petals perfectly complements the elaborate embroidery embellishments of the straight wedding dress’ bodice. This arrangement allows a bride’s natural beauty to shine through.
114. This pomander bouquet is another entry that aims to provide just the right splash of color to accent without detracting from the bride. The bursting double bloom blossoms give an almost complete minimal spaghetti strap wedding dress the textural balance it needs, while the soft lavender color pairs exquisitely with the dress’ subtle sheen.
115. This bouquet takes the classic round design and adds touches of the nosegay or even the cascade with a somewhat ovular shape. The white and yellow flowers of chrysanthemum, rose, eustoma, and orchid are perfect for a late spring or early summer wedding, while the wide variety of textures complement the intricate embroidery embellishments to the illusion wedding dress.
116. Our final entry is a lovely nosegay bouquet that toes the fine line between standing out and blending in so that it can serve as both a focal point or a matching complement. The rich green coral leaves provide a bustling bed upon which the vibrant pink roses pop—without detracting from the sophisticated jewel wedding dress.
This may be the last installment in our three-part series, but it is by no means least. We finish our presentation of 116 wedding bouquets to inspire you in your search for the ideal design with a flourish and a bang.