22 Lily Bouquets Perfect for a Spring Wedding
When you begin choosing flowers for your wedding bouquet, you'll likely gravitate towards the classics, like roses, peonies, and hydrangeas. While any of these blooms would be a beautiful choice for your personal bridal arrangement, there's another, perhaps less traditional flower variety, you might want to consider: lilies. What draws brides to this particular bud? Not only are they beautiful, but they also come in many different versions and colorways, meaning they can be added to almost any bouquet at virtually any time of the year. Without a doubt, though, we love them most in spring, when the majority of these pretty buds are in-season.
From trumpets and stargazers to gloriosas and calla lilies, there's bound to be an iteration that pairs well with the other flowers in your bouquet. Need proof? Jill Loves Lace incorporated bright orange calla lilies into this mix. Their vibrant color only added to the fiery hues of the arrangement's garden roses, tulips, and dahlias.
While lilies clearly enhance a multi-floral arrangement, we do, however, love how they look all on their own. Many minimalist brides opt to carry a single-flower lily bouquet (make like one modern bride, ahead, who held only three long-stemmed calla lilies for her walk down the aisle), as opposed to a varied mix. While these flowers often give off nontraditional vibes—especially calla lilies!—they still work alongside more classic wedding blooms. Include them in an all-white rose bouquet to convey a traditional look, for example.
However you choose to include lilies in your big-day bouquet, they'll likely be its focal point. Click through to discover our favorite lily wedding bouquets with classic-meets-contemporary flair.
All-white calla lilies surrounded classic garden roses in this Blue Ridge Floral arrangement. Greenery added a verdant pop of color to the otherwise monochromatic look.
Moon Canyon achieved this clutch's dark color palette by combining dark purple dahlias and calla lilies with deep red garden roses.
Nearly-black calla lilies matched the dark centers of bright white anemones in this black-and-white clutch by Flower Power Productions.
Designs by Des paired traditional buds—like white and pink garden roses—with larger, unexpected white lilies.
Yellow and pink gloriosa lilies gave this traditional mix of peonies and garden roses—arranged by Amaryllis—a more modern vibe.
Three dark purple calla lilies poked out from this white mix of garden roses from Moustakis Flower Company.
Creations by Nupur achieved this contemporary spray by joining three long-stemmed calla lilies with mini succulents and thin strands of greenery.
One Calla Lily
The dark eye of a single white calla lily stood out in this all-white bouquet of roses.
This larger-than-life bouquet from Christine Cater was comprised solely of long-stemmed calla lilies that made for a breathtaking arrangement.
Dark purple calla lilies arranged by Folly Flowers and Joy stood out against this bride's white ensemble.
Ask your florist to cut calla lilies in different lengths for a dynamic bouquet. Victoria Clausen Floral Events used a variety of sizes to create this display's cascading effect.
Waxy calla lilies, small white blooms, soft lambs' ear, and greenery brought texture to this Krista Jon creation.
Because of calla lilies' thick stems and large blooms, they can turn a simple single-flower bouquet into a statement-making arrangement. Just look to this understated, but dramatic clutch by The English Garden, for proof.