Photos: 5 Perfect Bridal Bouquets for Your Spring or Summer Wedding

Spring Awakening Choose one of the warm-weather season’s simpler blooms for your bridal bouquet, keep it monochromatic for a striking effect, and let it become the star of your vibrant decor.

You can never go wrong when you’re pretty in pink. Bouquet of pink ‘Ras van Roon’ nerines tied with a plant-dyed Silk & Willow ribbon, around $285, created by La Petite Fleur Weddings & Events, Abington. Gold-rimmed pink wineglasses, $20 each, and Palace Trellis champagne flute, $14, both at Anthropologie, multiple locations. Coupe, stylist’s own.

It’s hard to find a more perfect outdoor-celebration flower than these sculptured little treats. Bouquet of ‘Blyton Softer Gleam’ dahlias, accented with Japanese maple, maidenhair fern and jasmine and wrapped in a hand-dyed silk ribbon, around $110, created by Belovely, Ambler. Dandelion cake stand, $58 at Anthropologie. Metallic Glimmer trinket boxes, $39 at

Stock’s flirty ruffles make for a fabulously textured accompaniment to your Big Day look. Bouquet of purple stock, around $125, created by Beautiful Blooms, Northern Liberties. Large glass shadow box, $39 at Tableware, stylist’s own.

Perfectly bridal—just not traditional. Bouquet of white ranunculus with a collar of galax leaf, around $315, created by Millefleurs, Malvern. Square lacquer tray, $34 at West Elm, multiple locations. Vera Wang for Wedgewood With Love Gold toasting flutes, $85 for the pair at Macy’s, multiple locations.

Like a dressed-up, ready-to-party version of the well-loved bloom. Bouquet of yellow-apricot parrot tulips, around $225, created by Cottage Flowers, Malvern. Mercury votive candleholders, $1.99 each at Michaels, multiple locations. Flora olive champagne flutes, $56 for set of four, Cake stand, similar styles at Terrain, Glen Mills.

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