For ALL Couples Getting Married

It’s no secret that we love flowers here at Contemporary Weddings Magazine. Whether you choose classic all white or a mix of vibrant hues, we truly believe that flowers have the ability to dramatically enhance your wedding day. In light of all the pretty petals that were submitted to us over the last year, we decided to round up some of our favorites from 2016. Keep reading below for the loveliest bouquet breakdowns that are sure to inspire your upcoming wedding.


Designed by Dahlia Flowers, roses, snapdragon, lisianthus, astilbe  and veronica made up this blush bouquet, perfect for a spring or garden wedding.


You can never go wrong with a bouquet made of classic ivory roses with a subtle touch of crystal and pearl embellishments created by June Florist.


Amanda’s colorful bouquet was one of our favorite details from her wedding day. This statement-making piece (created by the Floral Gallery) was made up of garden roses, ranunculus, hypericum, berries, and lots of greenery. The stems were wrapped in burlap for the perfect rustic touch.


A petite and oh-so-pretty bouquet of garden roses, ranunculus, and a touch of dusty miller.


This bridal bouquet may only be made of aster and seeded Eucalyptus, but it proved to be understated and elegant.


From the blush dahlia to the pink lisianthus, astilbe, and seeded eucalyptus, this bridal bouquet instantly captured out hearts.


Representing faith and purity, calla lilies are a timeless option for wedding bouquets.


Not sure how to incorporate your something blue into your wedding day? How about adding blue delphinium into your bridal bouquet like this modern arrangement that also included white hydrangea, roses, tea roses, and eucalyptus.


Peonies, orchids, and dusty miller are a lovely combination for a wedding bouquet, don’t you think?


Peonies, please! Blush pink and white peonies and lacy leaf dusty miller created a classic and fragrant bridal bouquet.


When Kayla explained that she wanted her bouquet to look like it was just pulled from a wild flowers garden, Petals Florist certainly delivered. She incorporated peach garden roses, Queen Ann’s lace, seeded eucalyptus, astilbe and scabiosa pods. The stems were wrapped in lace from her grandmother’s wedding gown for a personalized touch.


Dana put her trust in Peter James Floral Couture and allowed him to have full creative power. Her soft pastel bouquet incorporated white and green hydrangea, pink cottage roses, and stephanotis for a perfect romantic bridal bouquet for a late summer wedding.


Designed by Windy Acres Farm, this bridal bouquet made up of anemones, thistle, roses, ranunculus, veronica and seeded eucalyptus is the epitome of a lush organic arrangement complete with contrasting colors and lots of textures.


This classic bouquet by Bloomers N’ Things To Do is an eye-catching mix featuring eucalyptus and other seasonal favorites that’s full of texture and a hint of red.


Blush and white roses, hydrangea, and ivy are lovely choices for a bouquet to coordinate with a vintage garden soiree.


White ponies and pink roses are a simple and delightful pairing for this bouquet.

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