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10 Bridesmaids’ Bouquets We Love

written by Katie August 1, 2016
Bridesmaid Bouquet Inspiration from FiftyFlowers

Can’t decide if you want to lean more towards a classic bouquet style or something a bit more contemporary? Pull elements from both! This bouquet mixes traditional wedding flowers–like Lisianthus, Garden Roses, Peonies, and Ranunculus–with a more modern, untamed shape.

Soft Pastel Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Purple, historically associated with royalty, has long been a popular choice for wedding color palettes. This bouquet combines shades of lavender, plum, and royal purple to add depth.

Plum and Lavender Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Sticking with a really simple color palette (like white & green) allows you to have some serious fun with texture! This one features Veronica, Star of Bethlehem, and different types of Fern.

Green & White Textural Bridesmaid Bouquet

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This red, white, hot pink, and light pink floral color palette really pops against the bold blue bridesmaid dress. (A DIY wedding with flowers from FiftyFlowers!)

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Have you ever seen a more fun bouquet?! Tons of texture, kaleidoscopic color, and sequined bridesmaids’ dresses. Just pure joyfulness!

Rainbow-Hued Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Another FiftyFlowers DIY success! A lovely combination of Queen Anne’s Lace, Craspedia Billy Balls, French Lavender, Smiles in the Sky Garden Rose, and some Israeli Ruscus greens.

FiftyFlowers DIY Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Big, cheerful sunflowers contrast perfectly with this deep navy blue bridesmaid dress. Add in some dried wheat and seeded eucalyptus and you’ve got the perfect rustic-chic arrangement!

Rustic Sunflower Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Bright oranges, pinks, and yellows are toned down somewhat by the sage greens of Dusty Miller leaves and sprigs of Seeded Eucalyptus in this bouquet.

Whimsical Bridesmaid Bouquet

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Blush & burgundy has become and increasingly popular color combinations for weddings at any time of year. This DIY arrangement features red Astilbe, Marsala Airbrushed Hydrangea, Secret Garden Rose, and Burgundy Carnations, paired with Seeded Eucalyptus and Salal Greens.

Blush & Burgundy DIY Bridesmaid Bouquet - FiftyFlowers.com

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Choosing a neutral tone for the bridesmaids dresses means you can get a little crazy with color! Shades of berry, burgundy, and orange don’t seem overwhelming when paired with charcoal gray.

Berry & Orange Bridesmaid Bouquet

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