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Bouquets in Full Bloom: Spring and Summer Floral Trends

Look no further for bouquet inspiration that has something for every type of bride.
By: 
Emily Sweet

Set against the blossoming backdrop of the spring and summer months, look no further for the trendiest floral inspiration that will be sure to make for a breathtaking bouquet this wedding season. With numerouopportunities to incorporate floral elements into your bouquet, flowers are a great place to explore creativity with bold color palettes and unique arrangements. Summer's abundance of natural florals gives every bride endless possibilities to utilize bold floral combinations that are sure to add a dynamic pop to any bouquet. Taking advice from the industry’s experts we’ve compiled floral inspiration that is guaranteed to wow this season and make any bouquet a showstopperFrom eye-catching hues to energetic textures, there is sure to be something for every bride in this season’s floral trends.  

EXPLORE TEXTURE  

This season really is all about textured elements in bouquets. For Alana Weintraub, owner and lead floral designer of Flowers by Alana, texture works effortlessly alongside soft pastel palettes. This bouquet was the complete embodiment of elegance with an emphasis on highlighting lush Northwestern greenery. Combining pale blue nigella, natural hues of garden roses, Italian ruscus greenery and seeded eucalyptus gave this bouquet a complex texture palette with seeds, foliage and petals all coming together seamlessly.  

Playing around with texture is a great way to add a modern twist on a classic color palette or arrangement, and dried grasses and floral elements are all over the wedding industry right now. This romantic bouquet from Flowers by Alana brings together distinct textural elements like silver dollar, pampas grass and seeded eucalyptus perfectly complementing the neutral color palette with pops of navy and burgundy. A highlight of this arrangement is the white anemone with navy centers, which are a cohesive addition alongside dried greenery and grasses. 

GO BRIGHT AND BOLD WITH COLOR

One of the definite trends marking this season in wedding florals is bright colors. Whether you're a fan of bold warm tones or classic cool tones, incorporating that pop of color into your bouquet brings an eye-catching and personality-filled element to your walk down the aisle. This bouquet from Flowers by Alana combines hues of blue, pink, red and white together alongside elegant eucalyptus and greenery framing the arrangement. This season really is about going all out, and a great place to start is by bringing your favorite bold hues into your floral design. 

BIG AND BOHO IS IN  

Set against the beautiful blossoms of spring and summer months, this season is seeing brides embrace bohemian extravagance in their bouquets. Alana Weintraub of Flowers by Alana is seeing big, beautiful, bohemian bouquets all over this season. This trendy bouquet brought together with pink ice protea, white spray roses, peachy pink shimmering roses, dark pink hypericum berries, white wax flowers, pampas grass, dried bunny tails, ferns and gunni eucalyptus. “We brightened up the typical beige and neutral palette of boho with pops of gold, peach, and bright pink for a boho luxe styled waterfall elopement in the Columbia River Gorge,” Weintraub said.  

Going for a bohemian feel opens the door to play around with dried elements in your bouquet and is the perfect accessory for an outdoor ceremony that effortlessly embodies boho. Utilizing a variety of dynamic textures in this dazzling bouquet by Flowers by Alana brings bohemian to the smallest floral details. With dried elements and grasses lining the arrangement, combining lush florals with dainty greenery while keeping things bold with pops of burnt orange makes this bouquet a complete showstopper. 

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