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Pretty Bouquets Inspired by Fall 2018 Bridal Fashion Week

  • Created by Laura Remmert
  • Photos by Tory Williams

These stylish floral arrangements are cutting-edge, just like the brand-new wedding dresses that inspired them.

Wedding dresses draw inspiration from a number of muses. Designers look to objects, artists, and destinations before sketching pieces for their latest collections. But bridal gowns can be muses in their own right. The dress you choose to get married in can influence a number of other wedding details. Your bridal bouquet is one of them.


In honor of Bridal Fashion Week, planner Laura Remmert of Laura Remmert Events enlisted the help of florists to create bouquets inspired by the latest wedding dress designs. Using statement-making looks from some of your favorite bridal designers, they dreamt up six stylish options for fashion-conscious brides. The following flowers were all arranged with Fall 2018 wedding dresses in mind, and every piece focuses on a different style.


What follows is a beautiful array of sartorially-influenced bridal bouquets. For whimsical brides, there's a dreamy, wispy clutch that goes perfect with a new wedding dress from Hayley Paige. For bold brides, there are two red bouquets, which pair with Monique Lhuillier and Naeem Khan designs. Romantics at heart will fall hard for the lovely Carolina Herrera-inspired bunch. For an autumn celebration, look to the bundle made for a Marchesa dress, and for spring, a modern piece influenced by a Lela Rose style. After soaking in these gorgeous floral arrangements, photographed by Tory Williams, you're bound to see the potential of wedding dresses—and bridal bouquets—in a whole new light.

Hayley Paige

This Mimosa Floral bouquet is romantic and free, much like Paige's looks. It includes orchid, baby's breath, ranunculus, and anthurium flowers, along with wispy astilbe, dye bunny grass, dried ferns and field grasses, and silver plumosa ferns. Metallic accents and pale pastels make it as enchanting as its muse.

Monique Lhuillier

Laura Remmert Events crafted this arrangement using anthurium, cockscomb, and dahlia blooms. "We pictured a trendy, youthful bride wearing this dress," Remmert explained, so she chose bright flowers that mimicked the texture of the flowing cape.

Carolina Herrera

Inspired by this incredibly-romantic lavender dress from Carolina Herrera, Denise Fasanello Flowers arranged a bouquet of clematis, anemones, dahlias, cosmos, garden roses, blushing bride protea, and geraniums. The final product is suited for a garden party, which is the ideal setting for this colorful gown.


This Denise Fasanello Flowers creation is packed with garden roses, dahlias, and heather flowers. The lushness of the arrangement channels the neckline of the Marchesa design it mimics.

Naeem Khan

Dahlias, orchids, roses, and carnations were mixed with anthurium flowers, gladiolas, and marigolds for this saturated bouquet. Both the dress and the bundle have tons of personality—the former was arranged by Doan Ly of AP Bio Designs, and it would pair beautifully with Naeem Khan's statement-making gown.

Lela Rose

This off-the-shoulder dress from Lela Rose has a modern silhouette. In the same vein, Lilli from Mimosa Floral went for a modern shape when it came to her clutch of calla lilies, orchids, snap dragons, and tweedia blossoms. The asymmetrical design artfully nods to the model's earpieces.