Anemones always add the perfect touch to wedding arrangements.
Photography: Austin Gros1 of 12
While it's safe to say we openly adore all wedding flowers, there's something special about anemones. And an anemone bouquet may be just the way to brighten up your wedding day. These pretty wedding blooms are readily available throughout a good portion of the year—generally winter through early summer—and can add a little extra color and personality to any bride's big-day blooms. Particularly well known for their delicate petals and bold, contrasting black centers, anemones tend to add a touch of non-traditional flair and a pop of color to arrangements. Plus, they bring a little bit of whimsy to any floral display. Available in a broad range of colors, from white to red, pink, purple and even blue, they little blooms are incredibly versatile.
Still searching for reasons to add this wedding flower to your wedding bouquet? We especially love the way anemones instantly draw the eye. Whether you choose to create a wedding bouquet made entirely of anemones or prefer the idea of adding just a few of these pretty flowers to your arrangement, these blooms are sure to stand out. Click through for more of the prettiest floral inspiration for your anemone bouquet.
Say hello to your new favorite wedding bouquet. This beauty was lush and vintage looking, exactly what the bride was hoping for. Her florist, Amy Merrick, incorporated personal touches, like a brooch belonging to the bride's grandmother, but it's that pretty peach anemone that's really catching our eye.
Photography: Ashley Sawtelle3 of 12
Anemone Bridal Bouquet
This incredible anemone arrangement was created by the bride's mother (who happens to own her own floral shop) and also included olive branches, bay leaves, king protea, and peonies for a stunning display.
Photography: Aaron Smith4 of 12
Bright Anemone Bouquet
This arrangement's color palette was inspired by the same Henri Matisse snow flower paper cutouts that influenced their entire event. The bouquet was created by Studio Choo and featured bright oranges and reds—plus a white anemone for just the right amount of contrast.
Photography: Aaron Delesie5 of 12
Simple Anemone Bouquet
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Photography: Landon Jacob6 of 12
This wedding bouquet is all about the anemones! The all-white arrangement by Fern Floral & Event Design featured a combination of garden roses, lisianthus, gardenias, and more for a hand-tied, romantic look. The addition of anemones really made the entire display pop.
Photography: Alison Conklin7 of 12
Over the Top Anemone Bouquet
The assortment of flowers featured in this wedding bouquet by Sullivan Owen is absolutely breathtaking. Still, it's the delicate white and black anemone peeping out of the arrangement's center that really completes the picture.
Photography: Rebecca Yale Photography8 of 12
Rose and Anemone Bouquet
Not only did this gorgeous green and white bouquet by Mint Design feature white roses (a nod to the couple's daughter, Camilla Rose), it also incorporated beautiful black and white anemones for a lush, romantic look.
Photography: Polly Alexandre Fine Photography9 of 12
This bride opted for an all-white bouquet made up primarily of garden roses and sweet peas, but we can't help but notice the adorable white anemones tucked into the arrangement! The perfect addition for that classic wedding look.
Photography: Jacqueline Campbell10 of 12
Pink Anemone Bouquet
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Photography: Brumley & Wells11 of 12
Ethereal Anemone Bouquet
This bride carried a white and green arrangement down the aisle to stunning effect. The display, created by Boston Pollen, featured an assortment of anemones, garden roses, dahlias, ranunculus, and zinnias.
Photography: LIZ BANFIELD12 of 12
Eclectic Anemone Bouquet
This couple's entire wedding day was packed with eclectic details, and the bride's bouquet was no exception. Floral designers Birds of a Flower created the colorful, contrasting arrangement of anemones, peonies, roses, ranunculus, and sweet peas.