25 Wedding Bouquets with Berries
There are tons of ways to liven up your bridal bouquet. You can use unexpected flowers, tie in trailing ribbons, or incorporate non-floral elements like foliage. Berries are another pretty option to include in your arrangement. The little fruits add volume, color, and texture to any bouquet.
We love berries for their versatility. Raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries are beautiful options for fresh, warm-weather bouquets. Meanwhile, holly berries and cranberries are festive additions to wintertime clutches. Other common wedding varieties include privet berries, hypericum berries, snowberries, and viburnum berries, all of which tend to be available throughout the year. Whether they bring a rustic touch to your bouquet or scent it with a subtle fragrance, the round fruits have various favorable qualities.
Berries also come in a diverse range of shades, meaning they work for basically any color palette. There are white, purple, pink, red, orange, yellow, green, and blue options, so no matter what else you're working with, there's a berry out there that'll complement the rest of your bouquet, not to mention the other colorful aspects of your big day.
Once you find the berries that you like, use them as fillers or give them more of a starring role. Either way, these little fruits will make your bouquet look absolutely stunning. To help you envision all of the ways that you can use berries, we've made a list of some of our favorite berry-filled bridal bouquets. These arrangements were pulled from events in every season—and from celebrations with different themes—so whatever your dream wedding may be, there's a bouquet that can inspire you.
Blush Wedding Bouquet
This Studio Fleurish bouquet contained blush peonies, dark green foliage, and peach hypericum berries, all tied together with a unifying pink ribbons.
Red-and-White Wedding Bouquet
Moody Wedding Bouquet
Anemone Wedding Bouquet
This muted bouquet featured anemones, greenery, and bluish-gray berries, and was created by Sarah's Garden.
Rich Wedding Bouquet
Dusty-Rose Wedding Bouquet
This clutch was crafted by Ali Fortunato and had dusty roses and plump white snowberries.
Eucalyptus Wedding Bouquet
White flowers, eucalyptus, and blue privet berries starred in this wintry bouquet.
Warm Wedding Bouquet
White Wedding Bouquet
This bouquet featured anemones, ranunculus, white berries, and more, and was made by Amanda Vidmar.
Fragrant Wedding Bouquet
Pink Wedding Bouquet
Snowberry Wedding Bouquet
In this bouquet by The Floral Studio, snowberries matched the bright white peonies.
Bright Wedding Bouquet
Clematis, eucalyptus, garden roses, chamomile, dianthus, and berries were used in this colorful bouquet.
Red Wedding Bouquet
Hypericum berries stuck out between the big blooms and sprawling greenery in this He Loves Me Flowers arrangement.
Fern Wedding Bouquet
This wintry bouquet featured ferns, snowberries, and white blooms.
Cool Wedding Bouquet
Cool colors ruled in this arrangement, made of green hypericum berries, white and blush peonies and stock, blue-toned eucalyptus. French Flower Style created the bouquet.
Fall Wedding Bouquet
Intertwine made this bouquet using roses, ranunculus, anemones, and assorted foliage. Yellow berries were also included.
Bunches of berries were a creative addition to this classic bouquet of white roses by Seaport Flowers.
Red-and-Blue Wedding Bouquet
Berries were arranged with dahlias, zinnias, delphinium, clematis, and more for this rustic bouquet.
Raspberry Wedding Bouquet
Raspberries were added to this arrangement of dahlias, scabiosa, and red leaves by Janna Brown Design.
Berry-Hued Wedding Bouquet
Lovely Wedding Bouquet
This wide Janna Brown bouquet included lovely shades of pink, purple, yellow, and green. There were blueberries, garden roses, and fruiting plum branches inside.
Dramatic Wedding Bouquet
Light Wedding Bouquet
Berries brought a touch of blue to this white, orange, pink, and green bouquet, which was designed by Bows + Arrows.