Wedding Flower Bouquet Ideas Based on the Hottest Colors in Big Day Blooms

The quest for your perfect fresh wedding flower bouquet is super exciting and fun - but can also be daunting. 

One of the ways to narrow down your choices is to look at bridal bouquet pictures based on color. The most popular colors will usually provide you with the most options. They'll also work a little more easily with all the other supplies and stationary for your wedding.

Color, as you know, is also symbolic. The shade you choose can tell a story of who you are as a couple and where you plan to take your lives.

The page below provides you with a portal to fresh wedding bouquet ideas based on the most popular colors for bouquets today. It will also tell you what your bouquet color can say about the life you are weaving.

So...Which flowers come in your favorite colors?

Do you have a color theme that you're planning to go with? Check out wedding flower bouquet ideas in matching or complimentary colors for inspiration.

If you haven't narrowed down your color scheme, Perfect. You have all the options in the world! Take a look at wedding bouquet ideas based on your favorite color(s) or a color that tells your story well. Who knows, you might even find a bouquet you love so much it'll inspire your entire wedding color and theme.

A Pink Bouquet

A pink wedding flower bouquet

Roses, calla lillies and carnations are an excellent flower with a variety of pink tints, tones and shades - from to dusty and soft baby pinks to bold hot pinks. Click here to see all of our pink wedding bouquet ideas

A Blue Bouquet

a blue hydrangea wedding flower bouquet

The hydrangea is a fabulous bloom to use if blue is the color for you. Some of my other favorite blue wedding flowers include exotic blue orchids and poppies, cornflowers and Blue Barlow from the Columbine variety. 

A White Bouquet

a white hydrangea wedding flower bouquet

You just can't go wrong with a white bouquet. This is a gorgeous, romantic example made with white hydrangea's and soft green foliage. Some of my other white bloom favorites include calla lillies, dhalias, and sweet peas. Go see more white wedding flowers for bouquets and decor.

A Red Bouquet

a red wedding flower bouquet with roses

What can I say... Ideas with red ALWAYS get's my pulse beating a little bit faster. Almost any flower you think of can come in red - from roses to poppies. Pick the right shade or color combinations for your season. Go see more red wedding bouquet ideas

A Purple Bouquet

a purple wedding flower bouquet with delphiniums and roses

Purple is a wonderful color  that blends well with anything from white to pink and even orange and yellow. Some of the most popular purple wedding flowers include roses, alliums and delphiniums.

Purple is the color of royalty, spiritual fulfillment, and also magic and mystery. If you are seeking a life of balance a purple bouquet would be great for you!

A Yellow Bouquet

a yellow rose wedding flower bouquet

Yellow is one of those colors that took the wedding world by storm. Every type of flower from the popular rose and sunflower to more exotic prickly pears and primrose were used to build incredible bouquets. Go see more yellow wedding flowers.

Being the color most often associated with joy, happiness, and liveliness it's no surprise it has become so popular. 

What story will flowers in your favorite color tell?

Pink: Depending on the shade you pick, pink wedding flowers in a bouquet can represent a lively life or one of serenity and calm.

Blue: Blue is the epitome of stability, trust and calm. It's no surprise many couples are naturally drawn to it when picking their wedding color scheme.

White: Symbolically, white is a symbol of purity, goodness and virginity. While most of us aren't virgins, I do like the idea of using white in your color theme to represent the purity of a new beginning.

Red: Historically, red is a passionate color full of love, desire, energy and determination. It's a great color for couples who are aiming to build a life filled with big dreams and are filled with lots of passion.

Purple: Purple is the color of royalty, spiritual fulfillment, and also magic and mystery. If you are seeking a life of balance a purple bouquet would be great for you!

Yellow: Being the color most often associated with joy, happiness, and liveliness it's no surprise it has become so popular.

More Ways To Find the Perfect Blooms for Your Bouquets

Have you found the perfect inspiration? If not, in addition to searching  for wedding flower bouquet ideas based on color, you can also search for your bouquet in other ways.

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The Language of Flowers

You can use the 'language of flowers' to give a special meaning to your bouquet

Here are some of the most popular wedding flowers and their meanings...

  • Allium - good fortune
  • Aster - beginnings
  • Daisy - innocence
  • Freesia - calm
  • Gardenia - grace
  • Gypsophilia - everlasting love
  • Heather - passion
  • Lily - virtue
  • Orchid - delicate beauty
  • Red rose - passionate love
  • Tulip - hopeless love
  • White rose - purity 

  • Hints and tips

    For a bit of fun for the girls at your wedding, why not tie this cute poem to your bouquet before you throw it?"Congratulations Missy! You pushed your way up front. You caught the bride's bouquet. Good luck with your groom hunt!"