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35 luscious bridesmaid bouquets and wedding flowers

When it comes to wedding flowers, brides spend most of their time fretting over their own bouquets of flowers, and for good reason – they can totally distract or complement your bridal look. But the same goes for bridesmaid bouquets – the right combination will add something extra special to your bridal shower bridal style. While they may not steal the stage of the flower show at the wedding, these bouquets should be just as gorgeous as the bridal bouquet that inspired them!

Thankfully, bouquets of flowers are a long way from the matchy-matchy rose bundle that bridesmaids used to carry down the aisle with. While the classic rose – or peony or hydrangea – hasn’t gone out of style, they are now mixed with other elements to create a unique look. Think greenery (eucalyptus is hot right now) or unexpected flowers like king protea, wildflowers or succulents. Even without your classic flowers, these items make for some seriously creative bouquets on their own.

Another way to get creative with bridesmaid bouquets? Skip flowers altogether. That’s right, you don’t need flowers for your bouquet. Banana leaves for a tropical wedding or evergreen bushels for a winter wedding make a statement of their own, thank you very much! We also love how brides approach the color for their bridal party flowers. Nothing is as timeless as a romantic, neutral palette, but nothing is as bold and eye-catching as bouquets of flowers in the color of the rainbow or deep and moody shades like burgundy and black for an autumn wedding. And we really like contrasting bouquets of flowers, where light and dark flowers stand next to each other, such as B. an icy blue and a purple red.

From delicate and dainty to lush and large, we’ve rounded up some stunning bridesmaid bouquets for a bit of floral inspiration. With these bouquets in hand, you and your bridesmaids will be serious cadre targets.

Lover of mine

Vibrant green bridesmaid bouquets in the green with white floral accents stand out against the brides bright fuchsia arrangement.

Megan Robinson

Creamy neutrals, eucalyptus, and a dash of marsala make for an unexpected fall floral palette.

Dylan M Howell Photography

Blooming flowers of peach, pink and burgundy – the light, warm tones of these bouquets are all elegant romance.

Jenna Bechtholt

Thanks to a neutral color palette, these bridesmaid bouquets maintain their beauty in a natural, carefree way, reproducing the look of the bride’s cascading bouquet on a smaller scale.

Anna Delores

Modern bouquets of banana leaves are heavenly chic and ideal for a wedding in the sun.

Lara Hotz Photography

Soft flowers protrude from between slender green leaves in these unique cascading bridesmaid bouquets.

Merge photography; Rosebud

These amazing bouquets of flowers reflect the rainbow and are bursting with flowers ranging from vivid purple to golden yellow to light magenta – with matching drag ribbons!

Briar’s Atlas

This bridal tribe is serious cadre targets. While we can’t get enough of their lace gowns, the real showstoppers are the oversized King Protea bouquets – we love the combination of bright neon yellow with red and sage green.

Lauren Scotti

Coral-enchanted peonies pop amidst white blossoms for a pretty, pastel-colored spring look that goes perfectly with the bridesmaids’ light pink saris.

Colin Ross Photography

Instead of focusing on different flowers, these gorgeous bouquets keep the peach rose blooms simple and instead mix them with different greens for a wild, forest-inspired look.

Mandilynn Photography

Yellows, oranges, and purple hues make for good autumn goodness.

Ramble Free Photo Co.

These bridesmaid bouquets evoke summer magic thanks to lush green leaves and bright flowers with a hint of yellow.

Vienna Glenn Photography

Air plants in bridesmaid bouquets? We’re all about that desert-inspired look.

Janneke Storm

Brave, moody and romantic, these rich bouquets of flowers in a palette of green, wine and ivory are absolute targets.

Brandi Sisson

Wildflower dreams right here. These bouquets of flowers just picked from a meadow are full of color and ensure absolute bohemian perfection, while sage ribbons complete the look.

Ashley Largesse

Bouquets of flowers from dusty miller give a soft winter feeling with their muted tones.

Inner song

From delicate miniature leaves to bold blooms and a mix of greenery in between, this eclectic mix of bridesmaid bouquets is a dream come true.

Liz Jorquera

These bouquets got to the heart of the organic aesthetic, keeping it amazingly simple with white blooms and beautiful greens.

Tess Follett

Mixed pink bridesmaid bouquets with dahlias and vibrant plants add a pop of color to black bridesmaid dresses.

Jamie Gens Photography

How beautiful are these succulents? They add a bit of whimsy to classic roses for a fun twist.

© Mary Costa Photography

Thistles, blues, and wispy greens create a sophisticated, rustic look.

Haley North Photography

These little bridesmaid bouquets prove that you don’t need a large bouquet for some beauty. We love how each bouquet contains each flower only once – a lack of duplicates makes for a delicate mix.

Rebecca Taylor Photography

Who said a bouquet needs flowers? These lush green bouquets are just as beautiful as flowers, especially when tied with a white satin ribbon.

The Shannons Photography

Bouquets of wildflowers made from eucalyptus and warm jewel tones have a bohemian forest feel to them.

Birds of a feather

A single Monstera leaf adorned with Phalaenopsis orchids makes a bold, tropical statement.

Robert Meredith Photography

Muted roses, wildflowers and king proteas blend in a soft palette for some springtime dreaminess.

Cristina Cañibano; Pando florists

In a sea of ​​green leaves, pink peonies grab attention with an unexpected wow factor.

James Simmons Photography

Ice blue and sweet peach orange tones mix with dark flowers for a colorful surprise.

Keeper creative

Bohème meets sophistication in these overflowing bouquets of white flowers and lots of green.

Trent Bailey; Two bridesmaids

Minimalist bouquets of flowers made from a few branches create a unique look and are the perfect complement to trendy bridesmaid overalls.

Emilie Anne Photography

Burgundy dahlias, deep red peonies and peach garden roses make for classic and timeless bouquets.

Ashlyn Cathey; Luella Designs

A large king protea flower and yellow accents take precedence in these wild bouquets.

ONTHETIMES photography

We love the dark mood of these thistle, antique rose, anemone and eucalyptus bouquets.

Russell Ord Photography

Vibrant bouquets of flowers in a colorful palette of pinks, purples, yellows and oranges contrast perfectly with white bridesmaid dresses.

Chase game

White bouquets of flowers with pink pastel tones and black flowers create an elegant juxtaposition.


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