15 Wildflower Wedding Bouquets
Lately, brides are leaning more towards natural-looking wildflower wedding bouquets, ones that are not symmetrical and traditional.
They are looking for more "organic" and non-arranged bouquets that are filled with wildflowers for that natural look.
What we love about this wedding bouquet trend is that they are perfect for outdoor weddings and weddings that have a more natural vibe to them.
To achieve that wildflower bohemian bridal bouquet look, you can play with different arrangement combinations, including heights, textures, and colors, to create a unique look.
The best flowers to use in a wildflower wedding bouquet are Sunflowers, Zinnias, Cosmos, Pampass Grass, Baby's Breath, Daisies, Red Poppies, Lavender and Sweet Peas. There are endless possibilities to create a one-of-a-kind wildflower bouquet that is truly unique and one that reflects your personality.
The natural beauty of wildflowers offers a unique opportunity for brides to express their style, whether it's natural, whimsical, bohemian or rustic.
Here are 15 stunning wildflower wedding bouquets that you will love:
Wildflower Bohemian Bridal Bouquet
The flower concept at this wedding in Lebanon was based on Mediterranean wildflowers and plants grown locally. Pampas grass was also used in soft green hues and rustic peach tones.
Check out this beautiful perfect wildflower wedding bouquet for this beautiful Lebanese bride! See more pictures of Sarah and Gaby's Phoenician-inspired wedding!
A Colorful Wildflower Wedding Bouquet
The wedding of Haissam and Razan was a very unique and colorful one! It was beautiful with all the bright colors.
Razan's wedding bouquet was also colorful adding a pop of color to her beautiful white wedding dress.
See more from this colorful wedding in Lebanon here!
Summer Wildflower Bouquet
A summer wildflower wedding bouquet is a delightful and enchanting choice for any bride seeking a touch of rustic charm and natural beauty on her special day. Bursting with vibrant hues and a diverse array of textures, these bouquets are a celebration of the season's floral bounty.
A summer wildflower bouquet often features an assortment of locally-sourced blooms, including daisies, sunflowers, lavender, and cornflowers, which come together in a seemingly effortless arrangement.