The blossoms that a bride carries down the aisle hold great symbolic meaning. And after countless hours spent scrolling through Pinterest and Instagram for inspiration, you have finally chosen the flowers that will make up your wedding bouquet. Now, you have just one more decision to make, and it involves how to tie together the flowers’ stems. From a clean satin wrap to a loose cascade of ribbons, the possibilities are endless. You can even use fabric of sentimental importance such as your grandmother’s lace, or work in a piece of heirloom jewelry.
Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Not to worry. We have rounded up 14 of our favorite ideas for beautiful ribbon wrapped wedding bouquets.
This gorgeous white peony bouquet is wrapped with an ivory satin ribbon tied in a petite bow for a classically romantic look.
Looking for a pretty idea to take care of your ‘something blue’ detail? Complement an asymmetrical arrangement of soft hued blooms with flowing trails of frayed ribbon in vintage blue.
To honor her late grandfather, Real BB Bride Lorenza wrapped his wedding band into the pearl accented, antique white lace that bound together her striking red peony and rose bouquet.
Underscore the seasonal beauty of a fresh spring arrangement featuring florals of white and various pink shades with long strips of pastel ribbon.
For her black-tie garden wedding, Real BB Bride Ashley trimmed her stunning hand-tied bouquet of white garden roses, lisianthus, and ranunculuses with black satin ribbon to create a look encapsulating modern elegance.
Don’t be confined to just one color. We adore how this charming bouquet highlights its flirty peach, blue, and white palette with multi-colored flowing ribbons.
In memory of her late grandmother, Real BB Bride Claire wrapped a strand of her heirloom pearls around the gold satin ribbon that held together the white Phalaenopsis orchid and hydrangea bouquet she carried down the aisle.
To create visual interest in your bouquet, consider incorporating a variety of textures into the design. Here, luscious peonies, roses, and stock are paired with smooth burgundy velvet, bringing a touch of drama to the arrangement.
Blushing bridal blooms get a makeover with this voluminous, petal rich peony bouquet tied together with ivory satin flourished with cascading pink ribbon.
This bouquet was made for the modern bride who isn’t afraid to show her softer side. Expressed in a neutral palette, beautiful pale coral and peach blossoms are asymmetrically arranged and bound with a delicate ribbon.
We love to see unexpected color combinations used in wedding florals. Here, layered terra cotta and blush colored ribbons highlight the captivating beauty of an orange, pink, and white bouquet.
Clean and classic will always be in style. This elegant, rounded bouquet features white and ivory roses, ranunculuses, lisianthus, and touches of seeded eucalyptus and olive greenery tied neatly with matching satin ribbon.
Draw attention to a warm floral color scheme with earthy accents. Arranged like a blooming work of art, this bouquet pairs flowers in shades of crimson, pink, peach, and white with a long, diaphanous ochre ribbon.
Incorporating white on white tones into bridal florals creates a look that feels classic, yet very contemporary at the same time. Here, lush Phalaenopsis orchids, majolica spray and miyuki garden roses, and ivory ranunculuses are tightly bound with crisp white satin.
The ribbon that holds together the stems of a wedding bouquet is not just there for practical reasons. When thoughtfully chosen, this piece of fabric not only accentuates the flowers, but also becomes an important detail expressing a bride’s unique style and personality.