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20+ Blooming Bouquets for Spring Weddings

Spring is in the air, and with spring comes wedding season. Vibrant flowers are starting to bloom, leaving you with endless options when it comes to your wedding flowers. Here, get some gorgeous ideas that are perfect for this season.

By: Kristen Klein

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  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    Unexpected greenery, like sprigs of evergreen, give your bouquet a unique touch.

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    A bouquet filled with garden roses and dusty miller screams romance.

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    Take advantage of colorful fillers, like heather, lilac, and berries, to fill out your bouquet in style.

    Photo Credit: Kemper Mills Fant

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    A wildflower bouquet is perfect for the free-spirited bride. 

  • Muted Tones

    Muted Tones

    Spring isn't all about bold colors; these soft bouquets play beautifully against a neutral color palette.

    Photo Credit: Dreamlove Photography

  • Bold and Beautiful

    Bold and Beautiful

    This colorful blend of spring flowers is simply perfect for the season.

    Photo Credit: Calli B Photography

  • Muted Tones

    Muted Tones

    A few colorful accents add pop against a classic bouquet.

    Photo Credit: Goodman Photography

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    Split leaves and King Protea give this classic bouquet a tropical touch.

    Photo Credit: Linger Photography

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    Put greenery in the spotlight with various leaves intertwining a classic bouquet.

    Photo Credit: Limelight Photography

  • Spring Bridal Bouquets

    Spring Bridal Bouquets

    Understated purples give off a romantic, vintage vibe.

    Photo Credit: Paco and Betty

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    Make an overflowing bouquet filled looks cohesive by keeping everything within the same color family. 

    Photo Credit: Emily Wren Photography

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    Combine dark and light pink roses with daisies for a fresh spring bouquet.

    Photo Credit: Megan Rei Photography

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    A loose bouquet gives off a fresh-from-the-garden vibe.

    Photo Credit: Anna Perevertaylo

  • Muted Tones

    Muted Tones

    Creative accents, like succulents, add visual interest to a muted bouquet.

    Photo Credit: Ane Oyton

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    A soft bouquet of peonies is a gorgeous choice for the season.

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    Fill your bouquet with mixed greenery for a modern touch.

    Photo Credit: Love & You Studios

  • Romantic Purples

    Romantic Purples

    Purple is the hottest color of the year, but it also never goes out of style. Include varying shades in your bouquet.

  • Bold and Beautiful

    Bold and Beautiful

    Soften up your contrasting bouquet with some traditional pink and white roses. 

  • Bold and Beautiful

    Bold and Beautiful

    Choose contrasting colors, like blue and orange, to really make your bouquet pop.

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    Highlight your bouquet with hot pink against soft blush and cream. 

  • Freshly Plucked

    Freshly Plucked

    Give your bouquet a whimsical touch with billy balls.

    Photo Credit: Lisa Mathewson

  • Pretty Pinks

    Pretty Pinks

    Mixing textures and tones adds interest to your pink bouquet.

    Photo Credit: Manda Weaver

  • Muted Tones

    Muted Tones

    You can never go wrong with classic white and light pink roses. 

20+ Blooming Bouquets for Spring Weddings

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