Best of 2015: Bouquets

Whether you’re seeking a lush, unruly arrangement, a bouquet packed with textural details or a monochromatic design, our 2015 wedding features will not leave you disappointed. Get ready to pin, because these top wedding bouquets of 2015 are certainly swoon-worthy.

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Anna’s lush green and white bouquet for her and Elise’s Wythe Hotel wedding featured dahlias, ranunculus and scabies pods amidst the wild greenery. | floral design by Tinsel & Twine, photo by Heather Phelps-Lipton Photography

protea-and-succulent-bouquet

King protea, kale, succulents and thistle give this bouquet a unique, textural element that we can’t get enough of. | floral design by Flowers by Lingky, photo by Drea Photo Artistry

hydrandra-bouquet

We’ll never stop loving hydrangeas and this simple but beautiful bouquet from Eric and Danny’s North Carolina wedding in our V3 issue holds our hearts. | photo by Kayla Coleman Photography

green-and-pink-bouquet

Sarah’s bouquet of succulents, roses and ranunculus had pops of green and coral that matched the palette for her handmade wedding perfectly. | photo by Jono & Laynie

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We are such a fan of the geode trend, and we love how these Idaho creatives infused it into their styled shoot, including the bouquet ribbon. The metallic flower and wispy pops of pink with the soft sweet pea blooms is an unusual pairing that we are obsessed with. | design by I Do Wed and Bliss Events, photo by Ampersand Studios

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Gina’s brightly hued bouquet was perfect for her Mexico destination wedding. | photo by Melissa Mercado Photography

white-winter-bouquet

This icy-toned bouquet features a romantic, monochromatic blend of white roses, callas and chrysanthemums with pine needles. | floral design by Floral Designs by Lee, styling/coordination by Okanagan Weddings, photography by Joelsview Photography

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Perfect for late summer and fall weddings, Sara and Stephanie’s bouquets consist of lilies, roses and craspedia. | floral design by Covent Garden Florist, photo by Fyrefly Photography

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Ivy creates a cascading effect for this bouquet that’s filled with roses, poppy pods and ferns. | floral design by The Bliss Life, photo by Bernadette Pollard Photography

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For Katie and Nina’s 1920s-themed wedding, a friend of the brides and Katie’s mother put together the bouquets made up of deep red and yellow dahlias, Irish bells, dark pink calla lilies, orange and red tulips, craspedia and eucalyptus. | photo by Miki Vargas Photography

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We can’t stop swooning over the lush bridal bouquet by Unique Floral Designs from the Quail Ranch California shoot that we featured. | photo by Kimberlee Miller Photography

jewel-toned-bridal-bouquet

Luxe, jewel-toned hues, textural fillers (artichokes! grass!) and a floral ring as a bouquet alternative make this easily one of our fave features from 2015. | floral design by Enchanted Florist, photo by Bit of Ivory Photography

 

 

 

 

 

 

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