When it comes to wedding bouquets, brides are making daring choices now more than ever. Surprising and untraditional elements are being incorporated to create designs that are fresh, bold, and beautiful. Looking for unique ways to make a statement with your bridal blooms? Here are 15 gorgeous modern wedding bouquet ideas to pin on your wedding inspiration board.
Embrace monochromatic white with diverse texture by pairing lush, petally blooms such as roses and anthurium with dried wheat.
Put a contemporary twist on white florals and greenery with an asymmetrical design that matches anthurium with large, rich hued tropical leaves.
Go high glam with the tropical theme. This showstopping bouquet features pink and white king protea and anthurium with gold painted greenery.
We can’t get enough of pampas grass these days. Just a few stems adds a dreamy softness to this neutral hued bouquet.
We adore this pink and green color scheme. Create a unique point of interest with a striking succulent surrounded by blush and berry colored blooms.
There are exotic flowers and then there is the Bird of Paradise. Singular in form and color, it brings high drama to any arrangement.
We love the desert meets tropics vibe of this arrangement, which mixes plants and dried leaves with rust, burgundy, and white florals.
Escape to modern paradise with a bouquet of cascading white Phalaenopsis orchids, Monstera leaves, and greenery.
It sounds contradictory, but our first thoughts upon seeing this bouquet was ‘luxe minimalism.’ It features a white king protea complemented by anemones and verdant greenery.
The palette has a vintage feel, but the floral recipe of this bouquet is anything but old. There’s a bit of everything here – calla lilies, pampas grass, roses, king protea, roses, craspedia, dahlias and chrysanthemum, punctuated with wild flower accents.
We are loving the art-deco look of this monochromatic bouquet featuring dried tropical leaves and Phalaenopsis orchids. The combination of geometric and organic forms gives a sculptural quality to the overall design.
Put a modern spin on the cascading bouquet with a composition that divides florals and greenery right down the center.
An all greenery bouquet is a risk brides are taking that is totally paying off. A voluminous composition using a variety of texture and shades encapsulates garden delight. Our bride Natasha went for timeless sophistication with a loose hand-tied bouquet featuring silver dollar, seeded, gunii, and blue spiral eucalyptus
Less is more in this airy white bouquet featuring an assortment of dried flowers and pretty blooms.
Our best advice is to always let personal style guide the decision-making process. Each bride is different from the next. So don’t be afraid to step outside of the box and follow your heart when choosing the flowers you’ll be carrying down the aisle.