Wedding Flowers & Bouquets
Your wedding is the start of your new life together as a couple. It's only fitting, then, that flowers, a symbol of life, be part of the wedding décor. Find everything you need when it comes to choosing your florist and picking your wedding flowers. Our expert tips and advice make it easy to budget for your wedding flowers. We have hundreds of ideas for the bouquet, corsages, boutonnieres, centerpieces, and more ceremony and reception flowers. If you're on the hunt for wedding bouquet inspiration, browse our collection of bouquets by color and see every hue of bloom imaginable. From bouquets in feminine shades of purple and pink, to dreamy, traditional white bouquets, we have clutches that will complement your wedding colors. Or, if you have your heart set on a specific flower, check out our galleries of rose, peony, and ranunculus bouquets, to name a few. Not only can you discover the meaning of your favorite flowers, but we'll also show you which varieties are best suited to a spring, summer, fall, or winter wedding. Still can't get enough blooms? Why not tie the knot under a floral chuppah or wedding arch, or before an impressive flower wall installation? For a more minimalist approach, check out our flowerless displays of plants like succulents and ferns, or even artificial flower arrangements featuring silk or paper blossoms.
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Monochromatic Wedding Bouquets
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Wedding Flower Ideas for Every Style of BrideWhether you lean toward classic, romantic, modern, or bohemian looks in fashion, your wedding-day flowers can make a similar statement. Here, eight ways to follow suit.
Pretty in Pink Wedding Bouquet IdeasThe color comes to life in these fresh, romantic pink bouquets featuring a range of flowers, from dahlias to roses.
Your Ultimate Guide to Flower MeaningsBecome fluent in the language of flowers with this glossary of historic definitions associated with popular blooms.
5 Spectacular Flower Walls to Inspire Your Own Wedding BackdropRe-create these incredible living walls for your wedding with our simple DIY tips.
9 Wild Ways to Play Up Flowers at Your WeddingBold arrangements paired with bold prints can pack a celebration with bloom-filled beauty.
47 Boutonnieres You Both Will LoveThese unique boutonnieres helped the groom and his groomsmen suit up in style.
7 Genius Wedding Flower HacksHow to save time, money, and your sanity when picking wedding flowers.
29 Simple Wedding CenterpiecesEasy enough to create on your own, pretty enough to look like you didn't.
62 Top Floral Designers to Book for Your WeddingGet recommendations, by region, for the best florists to hire for your celebration.
7 Things Wedding Florists Wish They Could Tell YouBehind every beautiful blossom and artful arrangement is a florist whose job it is to translate your wedding-flower dreams into a reality. To help make sure that happens on your big day, we asked some of the industry's best floral designers to spill on how to get the most from your floral pro.
Wedding Flowers for BeginnersIf you don't know the difference between peonies and poppies, you've come to the right place.
5 Flowers You Never Thought of Using on Your Wedding DayWe'll always love bridal bouquets filled with peonies and garden roses, but what about alstroemeria and carnations? (Yes, we said carnations—gasp!)
43 Wedding Arches That Will Instantly Upgrade Your Ceremony
Flower Crown Ideas to Top Off Your Wedding Hairstyle
What to Do with All of Those Flowers Post-WeddingAll your wedding flowers—the bouquets, centerpieces, arrangements—were so beautiful, you can't bear the thought of throwing them in the trash when the day is done. So don't! Besides letting guests take them home, there are plenty of ways to repurpose those floral beauties and give them new life.Post
This DIY Cascading Bouquet Is Every Retro Bride's Dream
See how floral designer Ron Wendt uses a classic hand-wired technique to create this 1940s-inspired bouquet of gardenias.Gallery
30 Chic Cascading Wedding Bouquets
There's a reason cascading bouquets are so popular: Wild and lush and trailing with greenery or ribbons, they're bursting with personality and whimsy. Plus, they look more natural than the traditional tailored clutch.Gallery
24 Succulent Wedding Bouquets
These real brides used various succulents and air plants in their bouquets for a natural and rustic touch.Gallery
Find the Best Flower for Your Wedding Color Palette
Make your flowers count.Post
How to DIY Your Own Mud Cloth-Inspired Ribbon
Event planner David Stark shows us how to get crafty and create an awesome, easy painted ribbon to tie around your bouquet, wrap bridal party gifts, and more!Gallery
What Your Flowers Say About Your Wedding Style
Your bridal blooms are a big indicator of what's to come for your big day.Post
DIY Paper Flower Crown
This cute and customizable paper flower crown is a cinch to make, and you can re-wear it as many times as you like!Gallery
15 Protea Wedding Bouquets and Arrangements
Bouquet inspiration from your favorite exotic flower.Post
How to Plan a Wedding with Absolutely No Flowers
Yes, you read that right! Brides are embracing completely flowerless weddings.Post
DIY: Fern-and-Feather Floral Crown for the Boho-Chic Bride
Inspired by dream catchers, this fresh DIY accessory by Ron Wendt will add a bohemian touch to your wedding look.Post
Flowers to Use and to Avoid for a Summer Wedding
See which flowers stand up to the sun.Gallery
8 Faux Wedding Flower Ideas That Are Actually Chic
These artificial flowers will look amazing on your big day—faux real.Post
How To Create a Faux Flower Wall for Your Wedding
Make like Kimye with a floral wall as your ceremony décor, but save on the cost of roses, peonies, and gardenias when you use artificial flowers that create an equally-lush look. Here, get tips for turning a trellis and some spray-painted silk flowers into a vibrant wedding backdrop.Post
DIY Faux Flower Headband for a Flower Girl
Your flower girl will be thrilled to have her own crown made of (what else?) flowers! Going faux means your littlest attendant's accessory will last from the walk down the aisle to her twirls on the dance floor. Plus, she can take the hair band home as a keepsake to remember your day by.Gallery
Which Wedding Bouquet Matches Your Personality?
Pick a bridal bouquet that's uniquely you. We help you narrow it down based on style and personality.AdvertisementAdvertisementGallery
10 Stunning Dahlia Wedding Bouquets
Embrace the pretty flower on your big day.Post
Darcy's Diary: What I'm Obsessed with This Week
Our editorial director, Darcy Miller, is sharing what she loves in the wedding world right now.Gallery
10 Spring Wedding Ideas That Don't Involve Pastels and Tulips
Embrace the season with these unexpected spring ideas.Post
Things You Should Never Say to Your Wedding Florist
Your relationships with your wedding vendors are important ones. As with any relationship, chemistry, understanding, and trust are crucial to success, so there are a few guidelines you should follow when working with them—wedding florist included. Denise Porcaro, the owner of Flower Girl NYC, shares some advice, and a few things that you should never say to your florist ... just in case.See More