Whether you’re hoping for an understated bouquet with a softer color palette, something botanical with lots of greenery, or you’re looking for bold and bright, the right florals can make a huge impact on your wedding! We just love the art of florals like this beauty by Southern California floral artist Phyllis Hillier Floral Design from a wedding by planner Events by Abel!
We just love Sunset Cliffs and we know you do too! The view, the water, the air, the breeze, the gulls, the surfers; it's the quintessential San Diego view! The gorgeous view was enhanced in this photo shoot, styled by Jessica J Events, with a lovely bride model holding a sweet Springtime bouquet by create by Genesee Florists just for the occasion!
Embellishmint Floral & Event Design Studio with lead designer Dawn Stone at the helm, knows wedding flowers and design! What better way to celebrate the beginning of the season of new life and blooming flowers, than to showcase 15 of their fabulous bridal floral bouquets, all to wish you a very Happy Spring!
Bright pops of pink (and a furry ring bearer rehearsing his role) will brighten any wedding day!
Bright spring colors of pinks, mauve, and purples, live in this gorgeous bridal bouquet! Photo styled by Justine M Couture and photographed by Stacy Childers.
When you are the queen and everyone knows it you pull out all the stops for your bridal bouquet. Photo styled by Susan Lafica of Fiori and photographed by Stacy Childers.
White Anemones make a fresh look for Spring! Photo by Bauman Photographers.
Gorgeous orange Cymbidium add a rich exotic tropical feel!
Subtle shades of pink, green, peach, and ivory make for romantic bouquet. Photo by Pam Scott.
Ranunculus, roses, thistles, and hydrangeas; sometimes a little bit of everything makes for the most beautiful work of art. Photo by Stacy Childers.
Greens and blues are a classic combination. Photo by Anika London.
Girls are always pretty with a pink bouquet reflecting the love in their wedding day smile. Photo by Pam Scott.
We love a horizontal bouquet and a pop of yellow makes for a happy wedding day! Photo by True photography.
White gets such support from a little bit of green in this classic bouquet - but don’t forget your family with matching corsages, boutonnieres, and of course, flower doggy collar! Photo by Anika London
Gorgeous pale gold cabbage roses, pale blush tea roses, and classic English roses combine to make a beautiful classic romantic bouquet. Photo by Resolusean.
Contrasting colors add drama; like these deep burgundy mums with creamy roses and natural greenery. Photo by Caylin Jeanea.
White on white on white is a bold move, yet going monochromatic for the Bride makes for timeless photos.
Don’t forget to embellish the stems of your bouquet with meaningful pieces like a brooch or pin from your grandmother. As a bride you’ll be connecting with these as you walk down the aisle.