Inspiration for Unique Bridal Bouquets, from Unexpected Silhouettes to Romantic, Delicate Arrangements

Your bridal bouquet is one of the most foundational elements of your wedding day outfit. Even if you’ve chosen your dream dress and have all your accessories planned already, giving your florist the right direction when it comes to your flowers is a must.

For an elevated bridal bouquet that ticks all the boxes for your special day, discover some gorgeous, unique bridal bouquet inspiration to guide your wedding mood board. Here, you’ll discover unexpected arrangement silhouettes and a good dose of romantic styles.

Lush, delicate bridal bouquets you can ‘wear’

From lush peonies and roses to delicate but polished wildflowers, this bouquet is the perfect shape and size to ‘wear’ in your wedding photos to perfectly complement your dress. Peek the beige ribbon tying the arrangement together– this brings a sense of cohesion to your look.

Villa Evalina in Lake Como, Italy bride flying her dress with a lush bouquet
Villa Evalina in Lake Como, Italy bride cheering after ceremony with a lush bouquet
Villa Evalina in Lake Como, Italy bride close up of her lush bouquet

Photo: @elisabettalillyred, Flower design: @artemisiafioristi, Nastro: Zefiro Tabacco, Planner: @emagiangrecoweddings 


Bridal bouquet fit for a princess

Unique bouquets are a must if you’re into flowers even just a little. That can mean going away from popular flowers or standard-feeling shapes. This particular bouquet drifts away from more traditional styles with more fluid shapes, while multicolored leaves give unexpected levity to the arrangement.

Photo: @elisabettaricciowedding, Flower design: @botlea_ , Nastro: Zefiro Cipria, Planner: elenapistone_events

Timeless silhouettes wrapped in splendor

Romantic white roses accompany greenery, small floral sprigs, and soft yellow flowers. Complete the look with a rich dusty blue ribbon which not only makes your stems easier to hold but also brings additional texture to the look.

Photo: Flower design: @ritamilaniflowers, Nastro: Sfumato Marmo, Planner: @graceweddinginitaly


Moodier color palettes paired with a wild but cultivated aesthetic

Some would say your bridal bouquet should be bright and colorful, but once you catch a look at differing styles, you may find yourself changing your mind. This particular bouquet works so well because it doesn’t feature busy colors but instead assembles delicate, soft florals with greenery, completing the look with a soft indigo ribbon.

Photo: , Flower design: @silviarubinostudio, Nastro: Sinfonia Eucalipto, Planner: @thecreativedesign_lab


Soft white bridal bouquets

Sometimes the most elegant color for your bouquet is one that matches your dreamy white wedding gown.

Make sure to select the right shade of white. Or go change the tone using very light shades of ivory and beige instead.

We love this one with lots of different whites for the flowers and a fringed golden silk ribbon to capture all the shades of this gorgeous dress.

The soft touches of color with a light beige ribbon creates beautiful contrast.

Photo: @elisabettalillyred, Flower design: @staraceflorist, Nastro: Sinfonia Oro Chiaro, Planner: @wedding_house_


Pink and white for the win


If you find you have a bridal gown that’s inspired by florals, why not have a complementing bouquet with soft pinks, whites, and delicate greenery that works to beautifully showcase the wedding day.

Photo: @gabrielemalagoli, Flower design: @coconoir_wedding_floral_design, Nastro: Zefiro Cipria, Planner: @amorinoweddings


Wider bouquets

While some bouquets all seem to have the same shape– small, delicate, easy to hold, you may want to try something that’s more oblong with more free-flowing flowers. This one features more than just the individual flowers but also brings in large flowering plants into the arrangement to create more shape and draw the eye.

Photo: @elisabettalillyred, Flower design: @barefootfloral, Planner: @lillyredacademy


Bouquets inspired by off-white gowns

If you’re wearing a gown that isn’t a traditional white, you may consider reflecting this in your bridal bouquet. We love how this one specifically pairs an ivory white ribbon with an off-white arrangement that beautifully complements this embroidered gown.

For the bride seeking a romantic, delicate bouquet, these inspirations should serve as the perfect guide for your florist. 

Photo:, Flower design: @barefootfloral, Nastro: Zefiro Magnolia

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