Summer wedding season is upon us and nothing quite says summer like a beautiful wedding bouquet. The sunshine brings warmth and beauty to every wedding and the design of each bouquet. This season is filled with bright, happy colors and I am excited to introduce my top ten summer wedding bouquets.
1. Cascading Wedding Bouquet
The bigger, the better! This bride clutched a dramatic assortment of dahlias, garden roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, lisianthus, hypericum berries, and jasmine vine.
2. Chamomile Wedding Bouquet
This summer clutch was made entirely of chamomile flowers, which meant it smelled just as good as it looked.
3. Freeform Wedding Bouquet
This one-of-a-kind clutch was crafted specifically for the bride who carried it. The bride wanted eucalyptus with light and summery colors, and a cascading look,
4. Fun Wedding Bouquet
Summer brides are often encouraged to have fun with their selections. This lively mix had nine bark, firework eucalyptus, cosmos, clematis, garden roses, chamomile, amaranthus, dianthus, and heirloom hydrangea.
5. Ombré Wedding Bouquet
This bouquet incorporated a floral-fruity mix of garden roses, tea roses, poppies, kumquats, tangerines, Meyer lemons, ranunculus, phalaenopsis orchids, peonies, blackberries, clematis, and sweet peas.
6. Rose Wedding Bouquet
This bride clutched a mix of roses, ranunculus, hellebores, and andromeda to form a stunning bouquet.
7. Soft Wedding Bouquet
Pops of purple clematis stood out in this summer bouquet of foliage and flowers.
8. Sunflower Wedding Bouquet
Embrace one of summer’s biggest blooms, the sunflower, with a happy bouquet like this one, which also featured heat-ready succulents and craspedia.
9. Varied Wedding Bouquet
The florist chose a variety of flowers to give the arrangement a natural feel at this wedding. The diverse mix included viburnum berries, daisy chamomile, maidenhair fern, ranunculus, bouvardia, lisianthus, roses, and Japanese anemones.
10. Yellow Wedding Bouquet
What color is more seasonal than “sunshine-y” yellow? This clutch included roses, ranunculus, berries, and greenery.