No matter your style or where you’re tying the knot, there’s a bundle of blooms perfect for you—and we tapped five New York City–based florists to prove it. Check out these five stunning bouquets, each arranged with a different wedding aesthetic in mind, plus top tips on how to recreate them for your day. From the ballroom to the beach, we’ve got you covered on the flower front.
1. Classic Ballroom BouquetSarah Anne Ward; paper typography by Makerie Studio
A subtle green and white palette and a tighter ball shape is perfectly suited for a formal affair. In this bouquet by Élan Flowers, cream garden roses, peonies and ranunculus pair with eye-catching anemonies for a neutral look that’s anything but bland. Don’t forget to incorporate a variety of greens for texture.
2. Romantic Vineyard BouquetSarah Anne Ward; paper typography by Makerie Studio
For an undone bunch made for a winding vineyard, ask your florist to focus on a loose shape and soft, feminine colors. Here, the team at Poppies and Posies pairs fluttery pink lisianthus and light purple clematis with roses, white campanulas and sprigs of wispy greenery and vines. Feel free to stray from a sweet pink palette too—let your bouquet wrap double as your “something blue” for a fresh finish.
3. Modern Loft BouquetSarah Anne Ward; paper typography by Makerie Studio
An edgy venue calls for a textural, standout arrangement that can hold its own against an industrial backdrop. This monochromatic bouquet, by L’Atelier Rouge, comprising proteas, anthurium and quince fruit, tied with a chic leather ribbon, is the perfect accompaniment to a modern celebration. Looking to add dimension to your bouquet? Think outside the box with sprawling feather ferns and curly garlic scapes for that undone, yet architectural touch.
4. Tropical Beach BouquetSarah Anne Ward; paper typography by Makerie Studio
Channel the islands with a bright bridal bouquet. Tropical picks, like ti leaves, pink anthurium and orchids (which look exquisitely delicate, but are sturdy enough to withstand warm temps) meet classic favorites, like ranunculus and garden roses, for an accessible and festive combo. Above, the A.P. Bio team scatters pink, peach, green and orange hues throughout their arrangement to ensure a vibrant, playful palette.
5. Rustic Barn BouquetSarah Anne Ward; paper typography by Makerie Studio
A moody mix of blooms is ideal for a nature-infused celebration, like this oxblood-hued bundle of beauties from Tin Can Studios. Burgundy peonies, scabiosa and cosmos bring drama and richness, while jasmine vines, blackberries and roses breathe airiness into the composition. And remember, the best way to pay homage to your locale and capture that authentic, rustic feel is to source locally—ask your florist if they can forage near your venue to include local buds and greens in your bouquet.
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