34 Romantic Red Wedding Bouquets
Planning a wedding that calls for a red bouquet? This warm color stands out in all sorts of settings, and looks especially on-theme for autumnal and wintry celebrations, or bright and unexpected at spring and summer soirées. One of the highlights of a floral arrangement in this gorgeous color is the way it stands out against other traditional wedding details—like your wedding dress, for example. Rich, vibrant shades will pop against a white backdrop, and can be seamlessly integrated into wedding themes ranging from rustic to formal.
Plus, the number of flowers available in this bold and bright color is pretty incredible, too. Think roses, dahlias, ranunculus, anemones, and more! The floral sky is the limit, and the results of a red wedding bouquet are sure to be stunning, whether you go all-in on this dazzling color or choose to add it as an accent in your arrangement. This bold hue is in full bloom in these arrangements from our magazine spreads and real weddings, running the whole color spectrum from burgundy to cherry, and even rose red. Let's just say it's the best way to get inspired to pick your big-day bouquet. We're confident you won't regret reaping the benefits of one of the world's most romantic colors.
Coral and Red Charm
This arrangement isn't pulling any punches! Coral and red peonies and roses made up the bulk of this statement-making bouquet from Holly Heider Chapple, and the display also included Japanese red-leaf maple foliage for an extra hit of color.
Two bouquet ingredients guaranteed to make an impact? Bright red peonies and gorgeous trailing vines, just like the ones in this arrangement from Bows + Arrows.
Red and Blue Bouquet
Red garden roses add the best pop of color to this arrangement from Mar. Floral & Botanicals, which also includes blue eryngium, ferns, and seed pods.
Pop of Red
Petal Floral created this colorful, texture-packed wedding bouquet using garden roses, tulips, viburnum berries, and a few bright red dahlias.
Berry Red Bouquet
The color palette featured in this bouquet from Munster Rose is absolutely stunning. Hues of peach, deep berry, and bright poppy red all come together for the prettiest hand-tied statement.
Living proof that red is utterly romantic. This gorgeous arrangement from Greenwood Events is filled with red accents, including dahlias, berries and even one extra eclectic protea.
Extra Romantic Arrangement
Full, lush, and colorful—three of the best ways to describe any wedding bouquet. This one, created by L'Arrangement Floral, included rich burgundy peonies for all kinds of floral impact.
Instead of traditional bouquets, the bride and her bridesmaids carried rose garlands crafted by Mindy Rice Design—each featuring lush red roses.
Eclectic and Red
Red isn't the primary color in this bride's eclectic arrangement from Natalie Bowen, but it does add depth and dimension to the display in bright and burgundy tones alike.
A bright collection of peonies, garden roses, and tropical greenery created by Rosegolden Flowers provided the prettiest accent for this bride's equally colorful wedding look and her destination wedding backdrop.
That bold red color isn't only a fit for the bride's bouquet. These bridesmaids all carried arrangements by Greenwood Events that featured a few bright red floral additions.
Lush Peony Bouquet
At this fruit-filled and floral wedding, deep and organic reds were a staple. The bride carried a rich clutch of big-bloomed red peonies, which were sourced specially from Holland and arranged by Oak & the Owl. Black scabiosa, chocolate lace, and Tess and Juliet garden roses were interspersed between the larger petals, and purple-y trailing ribbons tied the whole thing together.
Marsala-Hued Wedding Bouquet
Crimson garden roses, ranunculus, clematis, viburnum berries, and scabiosas subtly pop against this magnificent mink-colored gown. Grayish-brown hellebores and a taupe silk bow add the chic finishing touches.
This Thanksgiving-themed wedding bridal arrangement by Jessie Partridge of Maidenhair Floral and Event Design united roses, peonies, scabiosa, and astilbe.
Full Rosy Bouquet
This luscious clutch of roses and ranunculus is the color of kissable lips. Forgo the expected swath of smooth satin, and gather them together in a navy box-pleated ribbon instead.
Lindsay Rae of Lindsay Rae Designs took peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, spray roses, silver dollar eucalyptus, ferns, and bay leaves for this beautiful bouquet, plus ivy from the bride's parents' home for a personal touch.
Dinnerplate Dahlia Bouquet
Dinnerplate dahlias—in both café au lait and smaller maroon varieties—made up this romantic Munster Rose bouquet.
Burgundy Blossom Bouquet
Festive Winter Bouquet
The bride at this Christmas-themed wedding went with a Poppy Lane Design bouquet. David Austin garden roses, smilax, ranunculus, festival bush, tulips, poppies, astilbe, peonies, and amaryllis were tied with a big, dark bow.
Red and Purple Bouquet
Ingrid from Tin Can Studios designed this flower bunch. Ranunculus, scabiosa, and dahlias made up the deep-shaded, ribbon-tied arrangement.
Garden Rose Bouquet
Red garden roses make a simple and sweet bouquet, like this one from Winston Flowers.
Red Bouquet with Pink Accents
Be both a blushing and bold bride with a bunch of roses in shades of fuchsia and red.
Glowing Gold-Accented Bouquet
For a bouquet that's every bit as rich as fall foliage, mix red ranunculus with golden accents.
Peachy Winter Bouquet
Greenery, ranunculus, hanging amaranthus, and roses make up this loose Munster Rose bouquet.
Red roses, lilies, amaryllis, anemones, ranunculus, and dahlias make a modern statement when paired with a white gown. In the spring and summer, swap in Asiatic lilies for the amaryllis.
Peonies and sweet peas are studded with angel grass shoots in this bouquet with striped ribbon.
Cheery Monochrome Bouquet
A posy of ranunculus and geranium leaves adds a splash of color to an outdoor wedding.
This bright and happy destination-wedding arrangement was created by Brown Paper Design. Bougainvillea, garden and tea roses, succulents, and coral creeper combine for a primarily-red bouquet sprinkled with hints of pink and orange.
Flora Fauna compiled thistle, dahlias, amaranth, seeded eucalyptus, calla lilies, and roses for this fall wedding bouquet.
The Southern Table made this long, blooming bouquet of peonies, dahlias, and garden roses.