Bridal Bouquets and You
Whether you have one bouquet or two (one to toss and one to save), a few inspirational pictures bridal bouquets could help you in your endeavor to create the perfect bouquet for you. While roses are popular and red and pink are often done, there are many, many more options available. Would you like a small, handheld bouquet or a large, cascading one? Fresh or silk? Should you add baby's breath or surprise pops of color in an otherwise monochromatic bouquet? Wander through our slideshow, take notes, and conjure up the ideal bouquet for your wedding, your dress, and your memories.
A strong color on the tips of your flowers will look elegant without being overwhelming.
Try a cascading bouquet for more emphasis on your flowers.
Baby's breath is a traditional--and beautiful--filler.
Mix It Up
Try a mix of bright pink, red, and white against vibrant green for a summer event.
Icy tones with surprise pops of color are perfect for winter weddings. You'll want your flowers to be perfect since they will be in so many of your photographs!
Classic Bridal Bouquet
Red and white roses are classic.
Fun and flirty, try yellow and coral to add spice to warm weather weddings.
Add in something a little unexpected.