The thing I love most about Spring is that the flowers get brighter and more beautiful. The bouquets really bloom in Spring – the soft pastel hues, the bright shades of warmer weather and the beautiful texture that I love so much in floral arrangements.
I asked my favourite florists for their take on a Spring wedding bouquet. Cascading arrangements, tightly bound posies or just picked from the garden loose circular arrangements – each and every one I have selected for today’s Spring wedding bouquets feature is purely and beautifully Spring today. The bouquet above by Fox & Rabbit sums it up with it’s pretty soft hues of white, peach, yellow and mauve. Ranunculus, peonies and olive branches create the most stunning arrangement.
Think brightly coloured poppies, sweet peas and jasmine, David Austin roses, round and feminine ranunculus, hellebores and sweet smelling Lily Of The Valley. There’s also a hint of peonies – which seem to always be a winner for the special few who can nab them before we dive headfirst into November peony season.
Bouquet One by Blooming Brides. Photo by Love, Katie & Sarah. I love the pink and citrus toned blooms in this bouquet- ranunculus, poppies, jasmine vine and even pink hyacinths turn this into a beautifully textured brightly coloured Spring bouquet.
Bouquet Two by Alba Roses. Fresh white blooms with the green and brown of the magnolia leaves complement the strong Spring look of this bride’s wedding gown.
Bouquet Three by Flos Florum. Yellow white and gray is such a modern take on a Spring colour palette but the billy buttons, dusty miller, yellow and white dahlias and daisies are still a beautiful way to evoke Spring in your bouquet.
Bouquet Six by Flos Florum. Soft green hydrangeas, pale pink roses and white flowers create a Spring sensation that is subtle and so romantic.
Bouquet Seven by Ginger Lily Rose Florists. I love the way the ivy vine curls around this blue and white bouquet. The hyacinths and the alium create a bright but freshly tousled bouquet, all finished off with blue ribbon.
Bouquet One by Little Gem Flower Photo by Jemma Keech. This Spring bouquet is all white but somehow, the combination of Spring blooms makes it a beautiful nod to the season. It combines white anemones, David Austin roses, Rice Flowers, foliage and Jasmine Vine. Topped off with a lace ribbon it sets the Spring stage.
Bouquet Two by Floretta. Sweetpeas, roses, delicate astilbe and Dusty Miller and combine for a more traditional Spring bouquet. Shades of blue, pink and white are simply Spring in a bouquet.
Bouquet Three by Ginger Lily Rose Florists. Burgundy amaranth, combined with tightly closed roses trailing with red anemones and the sprigs of greenery are such a bold statement for this Spring bouquet.
Bouquet Four by Ruby Slipper Floral Design. Fresh unstructured bouquets of Queen Anne’s lace and peonies in shades of pink and white work back beautifully with the bridesmaid’s pink gowns and are a feminine take on a Spring bouquet.
Bouquet Five by Floretta. Photo by Joseph Koprek. This bouquet has the illusion of being freshly picked from the garden. Combining orange roses, blue borage, pink and purple daisies and plenty of greenery I love the thought of this traveling down the garden wedding aisle.
Bouquet Six by Blooming Brides. Photo by Kerryn Lee Photography. I love all white and when you pop in textural Spring flowers the bouquet suddenly looks garden fresh and of course the best bit, smells amazing!
Bouquet Seven by Blooming Brides. Hot pink, white and red is a bright and bold combination! Using sprigs of boronia, tulips, pieris and peonies to create a bouquet that is a nod to the warmth and festive feel of the Spring season.
Bouquet Eight by Ginger Lily Rose Florists. I love the textural take on a more traditional green and white bouquet with this bouquet. Using poppies, roses, pieris and narcissus it looks loose, Spring like and a beautiful bouquet to march with you down that aisle.
Bouquet Nine by Merci Bouquet. Do I spy magnificent hydrangeas? So beautiful combined with pink dahlias, burgundy amaranth, the combination looks like it was plucked from the garden right before the wedding.
Bouquet Two by Poppys Getting Married. I love the Spring, loose feeling to this bouquet. Lilac, poppies, sweet peas and jasmine combine to create this colourful arrangement.
Bouquet Three by Flowers Vasette Slipper orchids, roses, hellebores, are a bolder take on Spring with deeper colours but the freshness of Jasmine adds a Spring feel.
Bouquet Four by Blooming Brides. Photo by Alison Griffiths. Gorgeous orchids with touches of green, combined with dusty miller, and hyacinths create a darker, bolder bouquet that still has the freshly bloomed feeling of Spring.
Bouquet Five by Blooms & Scents. Tones of latte, white and pink add a Spring flair with this bouquet of peonies, roses and dusty miller.
Bouquet Six by Blooming Brides. Lily of the valley! Simply, beautiful, fragrant and oh so Spring!
Bouquet Seven by Flos Florum. Simple and white! The creaminess of these ranunculus with just a touch of greenery are classic and a beautiful nod to Spring.
Bouquet Eight by Floretta. So pretty and so spring! This sweet combination of purple lilac and white roses and tea tree in a tightly bound posy is simple and Spring.
Bouquet Nine by Flowers Vasette features anemones, roses, rice flower, cymbidiums, jasmine. The colour palette on this bouquet may be more traditional but the loose trailing shape of the bouquet? It’s all about Spring!
Bouquet Ten by Merci Bouquet. Red dahlias, yellow Billy buttons, pink proteas, kangaroo paw and plenty of native greenery create a Spring bouquet with a native twist.
Bouquet Eleven by Blooming Brides. Photo by Warren Photography. Bright red tree peonies, paired with cream roses and shades of pink in hellebores and pieris is bold, fresh and taking plenty of advantage of the fresh offerings of Spring blooms.
Bouquet Twelve by Flowers Vasette. Tree peonies, David Austin roses, rhododendron, sweet pea, ranunculus and jasmine combine to create a true Spring bouquet. Shades of pale pink and peach always look so warm and beautifully paired together.
Bouquet Fourteen by Blooming Brides. Photo by Kerryn Lee Photography. The white and green of these bouquets paired with the coffee coloured bridesmaid gowns always looks like a modern Spring take to me. White and green go beautifully together and are a nice way to give a nod to Spring but still keep a neutral colour palette.
Bouquet Fifteen by Blooms & Scents. What is it about pink and white that says Spring? This soft bouquet with peonies, frilly sweet peas and roses creates a simple, Spring look.
Bouquet One by Butterfly Philosophy. I adore the mix of pink and green in this bouquet with the modern addition of succulents!
Bouquet Three by Flos Florum. A mass of colour sets this bouquet straight into Spring! Roses of golden orange, purple and pink combined with ranunculus in cream, with the unexpected addition of pale pink and deep purple blooms, create a bold colourful statement.
Bouquet Four by Petal & Pod. I love the subtle colour to this bouquet. Bright coral ranunculus with cream and pink roses and plenty of greenery adds a subtle but Spring touch.
Bouquet Five by Flowers Vasette. This arrangement features Roses, Icelandic poppies, silver suede, chrysanthemum, gypsophila, billy buttons and tetragona nuts in shades of yellow, peach and white. Paired with a colourful gown for a garden wedding this bouquet is Spring in a bunch!
Bouquet Six by Ginger Lily Rose Florists. Dusty miller surrounds this bouquet of bright yellow peony roses, billy buttons, yellow centred blooms and the bold green of the textural dianthus! I love the Spring yellow and green in this arrangement.
Bouquet Seven by Blooms & Scents. So Spring and so feminine! Deep pink roses combine with soft pink peonies, dusty miller, pink berries and white blooms to create a girly take on the beautiful blooms of the month.
Bouquet Eight by Flos Florum. Yellow white and gray is such a modern take on a Spring colour palette but the billy buttons, dusty miller, yellow and white dahlias are still a beautiful way to evoke Spring in your bouquet.
Bouquet Nine by Little Gem Flower Photo by Jemma Keech. Soft and pastel but a bold dash of plum is a beautiful addition to this bouquet of white ranuncula and sweetpea, David Austin roses, plum ranuncula, hellebores, dusty miller and the gorgeous asparagus fern. The loose, just picked from the garden feel is so Spring and so beautiful.