Choosing wedding flowers is often the first step a bride takes in deciding the style of her wedding. Therefore it’s an important one to make. Not only the colour but the type of flowers needs to match up with how you want your wedding to look overall. For instance, brides choosing loads of DIY and rustic details wouldn’t choose a huge bouquet of roses. A more rustic and delicate bouquet would fit so much better with the style of the day. It’s important to note that the central theme of the wedding bouquet is often reflected in the other floral elements from table runners to cake accents. We have looked back on some of our favourite flowers to give brides much-needed wedding bouquet inspiration.
The go-to flowers for a luxury wedding bouquet have to be white peonies. They are classic, elegant and very luxurious. This destination wedding had the most stunning bouquets! A large showstopper fro the bride and mini versions for the bridesmaids. A grand bouquet of white peonies also looks fantastic at black tie weddings. We photographed a beautiful wedding at Manchester Hall which is a beautiful example of this wedding trend.
Make A Statement
Wendy’s wedding at Peckforton Castle had the most beautiful styling from blossom tree centre pieces to floral arches. The team at Red Floral did a superb job creating stunning flowers for this wedding. We especially love this gorgeous statement wedding bouquet. A mix of peonies and roses all in brilliant white. Just goes to show you can have a bold bouquet without going bright in colour. See more amazing inspiration from this Peckforton Castle summer wedding.
A hugely popular trend for 2021 is pampas grass wedding bouquets. This stunning creation by Verdure Floral Design had beautiful cream and beige tones. This really showcases how wedding bouquets can serve as an extension to your outfit. Our bride Becky looked incredible in her Berta Privee wedding dress with a Victoria Pervercial headband to finish off the look. The effect was super stylish, one of our favourite ever bridal looks! You can see more photos from her wedding on our Peckforton Castle venue gallery.
The team at Carol’s Garden put together this beautiful wedding bouquet. This colourful mix of flowers and foliage is sure to give our bolder brides inspiration for their bouquets. We particularly like the rust coloured fern fronds. These worked so well in this autumn wedding bouquet and brought an extra touch of colour. Colourful wedding flowers don’t have to be garish, there are lots of subtle tones that work really well together.
Simple And Elegant
We know that some brides want to keep things really simple. A smaller bouquet using very understated colours which tie into the wedding theme is a perfect choice. These delicate bouquets from 2lips Florists are a stunning example of simple elegance. The light pink and white colour scheme fit in well at Abbeywood Estate. View more of our Abbeywood Estate wedding photography.
All Green Wedding Bouquet
We are always inspired when our brides do something a little different with their wedding flowers. White and pink are no doubt beautiful but these are the most popular choices. For a winter wedding our bride Hannah chose an all green bouqet. Designed by expert florists Red Floral the bouquet was understated yet impactful. See more images of this beautiful bouquet from our couples Peckforton Castle wedding. The bouquet was a fun mix of thistles, leaf sprays and smatterings of small white flowers. We loved it!
A talented florist can seamlessly mix a variety of flowers to create a stunning wedding bouquet. That’s exactly what Sassflower did for Victoria’s beautiful blooms! Lots of depth and texture has been created throughout this bouquet using different flowers as well as greenery sprigs. We love how all the different elements have come together in this wedding bouquet in such beautiful style! You can see more from their gorgeous Oak Tree Of Peover wedding below.
Carrie chose a simple and beautiful wedding bouquet for her Colshaw Hall wedding. Including delicate roses in a light pink due worked really well. We are always inspired by the amazing floral creates put together by Lily Rose Events. Choosing an all white bouquet works really well for brides choosing soft pink or champagne coloured dresses. If you are going for the traditional white dress then mixing in some subtle colours within the bouquet looks fantastic!
A lot of brides get a bit nervous when thinking about bold colour choices for their wedding day. This is totally understandable, you want your styling choices to stand the test of time. A simple way to do this is to keep things on the muted side. But we love it when a bride is confident in their aesthetic and really goes for it. This bouquet shows how stylish a fun and vibrant coloured bouquet can be. The red and orange tones are cooled down a bit by rusty brown tones and greenery. We absolutely loved this unique wedding bouquet. So on trend for 2021!
White & Green
One of our favoruite wedding bouquet trends is the white and green colour palette. It’s chic and looks so high end. Our bride Amy got married at the stunning Combermere Abbey in Shropshire. For her wedding the amazing team at Charlotte Elise Events put the day together and they worked with Verdure Floral Design on the floral vision for the day. It doesn’t get more elegant than this!
An autumn wedding is a great chance to be a bit more adventurous with your colour palette. Autumn wedding bouquet trends rely more heavily on darker colours palettes. Think copper, purple and keep red tones. Using rich colours fits so well with the trends for this season. Our bride did just that and opted for deep pink and burgundy flowers. The result was really pretty and tied in so well with the autumnal colours in the gardens on her wedding day.
Vibrant Pink Wedding Bouquet
Nothing says wedding quite like a pink bouquet of flowers! Our bride made a real statement with this bouquet showcasing all the ways in which pink can be beautiful. Why have one tone of pink when you can have three?! We love a simple bouquet which also is eye catching this 2021 trend is likely to be one to stick around. You can find lots more wedding inspiration and planning tips on our blog.