Flower Editor-in-Chief Margot Shaw says, “Weddings, like houses and gardens, are creations, and the most beautiful are brought to life by the combined tastes and talents of the designer and the designees, and, of course, always include a healthy dose of gorgeous flowers.” We returned to the pages of Flower to collect a gallery of bridal bouquets and delighted in what we found—dozens of floral creations to inspire every flower-lover and bride-to-be. Find classic and rustic forms, muted and bold colors, simple and sophisticated compositions, and a range of bridal bouquet designs from dramatic to playful.
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See Meet Tara Guérard for a Q&A and more of her designs.
A pink and white bouquet of showy white clematis, roses, and blush astilbe. Floral design by Svenja Brotz of Chestnut & Vine. Photo by Jose Villa
Floral designer Sybil Sylvester shows how to create a textured arrangement that beckons to be touched.
A bride's bouquet made with white clematis, ruffly garden roses, olive branches, and vines of unripened cherry tomatoes. Floral design by Kate Holt, creative director at Flower Wild. Photo by Jose Villa
See more of Kate Holt's summery arrangements.
See more of Amy Osaba's flower arrangements.
Joy Thigpen shows how to make a bold, autumn arrangement, step-by-step.
Get Jessica's step-by-step instructions for the garden rose bouquet.