If you’re planning asummer wedding, you already know your wedding date will come with great weather. A summer wedding also means access to a bounty of fresh produce for yourreception menu. And better yet? It’s prime time for a wide range ofin-season flowers, whether you’re looking for classic options or out-of-the-box blooms.
As you’re thinking about your wedding-day look, choosing to incorporate abridal bouquetmay come into play. With a summer date, you’re in luck as everything from vibrant, large blooms to dainty florals will be at your fingertips. And with such a wide range of hues, stem lengths, and textures, you’ll certainly be able to find an array of flowers that not only complement your look but match your overall wedding aesthetic.
Ready to find your ideal bouquet? Ahead, find 24 of our favorite summer wedding bouquets from real weddings to serve as inspiration for your own.
Pair Dried and Fresh Blooms
Poppiesare in-season for summer weddings, and they add a pop of color to any bouquet. We love the idea of mixing fresh, bright blooms with a few sprigs of dried flowers for plenty of texture and color.
Turning to other additions than just blooms for your bouquet is sure to make it stand out. For a subtle wildflower look, consider adding blue thistle to the mix.
Wow With White Peonies
Peoniesare such beautiful flowers thanks to their fluffy, textured petals and incredible scent. Opt for a large bouquet of these gorgeous blooms for a stunning statement.
Make It Organic
Create an organic look by pairinggreeneryand blooms. This loose bouquet gave off such a romantic vibe with the combination of roses, peonies, lisianthus, and abundant greenery.
Turn to Tropical
Take your bouquet to the tropics and command attention while you're at it. This tropical bouquet combined orchids, anthurium, roses, peonies, poppies, and large monstera leaves.
Dazzle With Delphinium
A long-stemmed bouquet will immediately make a statement, and delphinium is sure to dazzle with its stunning blue hue. We love this choice to complement a romantic vibe.
Celebrate With Sunflowers
一些鲜花尖叫像夏天sunflowersdo. With their bright, sunny hue and bold shape, these blooms are ideal in a bouquet on their own or paired with a few sprigs of chamomile and eucalyptus as this bride chose to carry.
Make It Monochrome
A summer wedding bouquet doesn't always have to mean plenty of color. Instead, opt for a natural look by combininghydrangeas, roses, lunaria, and other dried blooms in the same neutral hue.
Showcase Petite Blooms
If big, bold flowers aren't your thing, there are plenty of other options. This design combined tweedia, butterfly ranunculus, and petite garden roses for a charming bouquet.
Make a Colorful Statement
If you're planning atropical wedding, you may want a bouquet to match. This stunner combined anthurium, roses, ranunculus, and peonies for a bold look.
Go Bold With Bougainvillea
Bougainvillea is a flowering plant that blooms in summer, and you may even find it flowering at your venue. For a pop of pink on your big day, consider carrying a few sprigs of this unique bloom paired with a hint of greenery.
Look to Lavender
Lavender not only adds a pop of color to your wedding-day look, but the fragrance is incredible as well. Consider an organic bunch of lavender on its own, or pair it with greenery and wheat for a natural vibe.
Pair White Blooms and Greenery
Looking for aclassic bouquet? White blooms and greenery will always be in style, like this bouquet made up of garden roses, peonies, dahlia, sweet peas, cosmos, and ranunculus.
Opt for Orchids
Orchidsare a stunning choice for any season, but they're in season and easier to source during the summer months. Carry an overflowing bouquet of these hearty, fragrant flowers for an entirely elegant look.
Carry Pretty Pastels
Pastels certainly have their moment in spring, but there's no shame in carrying a pastel palette into summer. This gorgeous bouquet was made up of lisianthus and Koko Loko garden roses paired with white thistle and other textured grasses for an ethereal design.
Showcase King Protea
Few flowers scream a tropical vibe the way king protea does. It's the perfect choice to add to a bouquet to make a statement, paired with other white blooms and textured greenery.
Embrace Ethereal Beauty
Awhite bouquetwill always be classic, but you can switch up the choice of blooms to make it your own. This oversized bouquet made up of orchids, peonies, roses, and anemones was the perfect fit for an ethereal summer wedding.
Incorporate Big and Small Blooms
Want to showcase plenty of blooms, with a hint of anatural wildflower vibe? Pairing larger blooms such as peonies with dainty florals in different hues will create unique contrast for a summer wedding.
Keep It Classic With White Roses
White roses will always be in style and in season, no matter what. Choose to carry a classic bouquet of these blooms with the addition of greenery to complement any aesthetic.
Pick Pink Peonies
Want to command attention as you're walking down the aisle?Hot pink peonies肯定会流行由于他们反对任何衣服吗incredible hue and lush texture. Make even more of a statement with a bouquet made up entirely of these vibrant blooms.
Add Plenty of Texture
Carrying boldly colored blooms isn't the only option for a summer wedding. This bouquet was a stunning choice for a seaside celebration featuring the combination of white roses paired with plenty of dried elements for added interest.
Carry Lily of the Valley
Lily of the valleyis a popular choice for summer weddings for good reason. Pair it with other blooms, or choose to let its beauty stand on its own for an effortless, yet elegant look.
Choose Coral and White
One hue that will always scream summer, whether you're planning agarden-inspired weddingor a beachfront party, is coral. And this bouquet made up of white and coral-hued garden roses paired with plenty of greenery proves it.
Add a Pop of Plum
A gorgeous summer garden wedding calls for an equally beautiful bouquet to match. This bouquet was made up of garden roses, peonies, lily of the valley, and gardenia to create a stunning base, with a pop of color provided by seasonal plum-star clematis.