The Prettiest Pink Wedding Bouquets
As you're planning your wedding, it's hard not to gravitate toward pink. From "blushing brides" to the colors of love, its many shades make their presence known in a number of marriage-themed motifs. That's why it should come as no surprise that pink wedding bouquets are so popular. If you're thinking of carrying one down the aisle, you're in luck. We've rounded up some beautiful ideas to inspire you.
Pink is surprisingly versatile—so versatile, in fact, that some consider it a neutral! In turn, the options abound when it comes to designing a pink flower arrangement. The spectrum of hues is surprisingly diverse, containing everything from sweet peach to bright magenta. Whether you're after something light or dark, you can find a shade that suits you. Similarly, tons of blooms have pink varietals. You can work with something classic like roses, or experiment with something more modern, like protea. Most bridal favorites—including peonies, ranunculus, and dahlias—are available in the color, as are many unexpected finds. Simply choose a season and a style and watch as the possibilities unfold before you.
Ready to find your muse? Start with this impressively-lush bouquet by Bows + Arrows, which featured a mix of roses, peonies, ferns, and additional greenery. The arrangement—which was tied together with romantic white fabric—defined dreamy. For more pretty ideas, click through the remaining slideshow. As you learn what flora blooms in the color and what plant and shade combinations work best, you're basically guaranteed to be tickled pink.
Talk about full flowers. This Everly Alaine Florals clutch was filled with big peony petals.
What's prettier than a mix of bubblegum-hued blooms, like this clutch by Stems of Dallas? Most brides will agree with us when we say not much.
Among the Wildflowers put together this whimsical bouquet of garden roses, chamomile, jasmine, and dahlias, which was finished off with a vintage velvet ribbon.
Pink blooms are sure to pop against bright white ones, as this Without Wax Katy clutch went to show.
We're obsessed with this unique blend of reddish-pink bougainvillea, white peonies, and other contrasting blooms that Juniper & Mint dreamt up. The pink foliage added the perfect finishing touch and an unexpected pop of color.
Pair round flowers (like blush garden roses) with stringy foliage (like astible and ferns) for a bouquet with lots of dimension, like this By Emily B. one. Bonus points if you choose the same pink hues.
This bride's Bows + Arrows bundle was fit for a storybook, thanks to its fantasy-worthy fill of pink, purple, and white blooms plus greenery.
Blush and fuchsia flowers made this beautiful Inviting Occasion bouquet a standout.
We're all for the overgrown feel of this Buds 'n Bloom bouquet.
Swirly ranunculus and coral-and-magenta peonies made this Bare Root Flora bouquet so lively and smile-inducing.
Embrace the increasingly-popular dusty-rose hue with muted blooms that set a romantic mood. Nicolette Camille designed this example.
You don't need much else when you include a giant protea in your arrangement, but a base of foliage doesn't hurt. This modern bouquet was crafted by Van T. Nguyen.
A gradient design like this Wilder Floral Co. one is bound to be remembered. It spotlighted sweet peas, garden roses, stock, and ranunculus in shades that ranged from coral to ivory.
Hypericum berries brought an extra touch of grapefruit-pink to this trailing Fleurish bouquet of blooms and greenery.
Dark pink calla lilies and pink-tinted succulents made this Mimi's Floral bouquet truly one-of-a-kind.
Dahlias, scabiosa, peonies, garden roses, and ranunculus were just some of the warm-hued blooms in this Everly Alaine Florals arrangement.
Velvet & Twine composed this clutch using plenty of cotton candy-colored roses.
Amaryllis reached for peonies, garden roses, lisianthus, gloriosa lilies, and ranunculus when creating this pink bouquet.
This bride's sweet clutch showcased pale-pink peonies, pieris, and cascading ivy vines, and was crafted by Bows + Arrows.
Anna Le Pley Taylor paired peachy blooms with a smattering of of succulents for this bouquet.
This statement-making bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, poppies, garden roses, mock orange, bay leaves, and jasmine vines was made by Jaclyn Journey.
For this bride's all-pink bouquet, event planner and designer Gretchen Culver of Rocket Science Events assembled garden roses, standard roses, spray roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas.
"It was big and lush and so romantic," this bride recalled of her peony and garden-rose bouquet by Poppies & Posies, which was cream with subtle pops of blush. "I never wanted to let go of it."
Natural and organic was the look Sarah's Wedding Garden was going for with this bridal bouquet. "I loved how our raw ribbon and wild flowers blew in the wind," the bride said of the bougainvillea, garden roses, peonies, anemones, and ranunculus creation.
This bride wanted her blooms to look "lush and vintage," and Amy Merrick met the challenge with flowers in peachy shades. The wedding bouquet also had special meaning: three peonies represented the bride, her mother, and her grandmother.
How dreamy was this baby-pink bouquet by Julie Stevens Design? The flowers used: peonies, hydrangeas, a variety of roses, seeded eucalyptus, and eucalyptus.
Stonekelly Events dreamed up this ultra-romantic combination of white and "Pillow Talk" peonies, garden roses, veronica, lady's mantle, scabiosa, and peppermint geraniums.
This soft Life in Bloom bouquet featured garden roses, spray roses, dahlias, seeded eucalyptus, ranunculus, and tweedia.
Lush pink garden roses, geranium leaves, and passion vines were all it took for this Holly Flora bouquet to "wow."
Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers created this overflowing bouquet of peonies, garden roses, dahlias, jasmine vine, and ranunculus.