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Bridal Bouquets and Wedding Flowers

If you’re planning a wedding, the flowers are an important part of your big day style. Get inspired by beautiful bouquets, vibrant colors, and blooms that are sure to please every bride’s style.

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Wedding Centerpieces by Color
From yellow tulips to red roses, find flowers that match your style.


Use this tool to discover which flowers are available during your wedding season.

Bouquet of sweet pea and anemone

Purple Wedding Flowers

From lavender to plum, find the perfect purple bouquet.
Photo: Photo: Steve Giralt; Flowers: Studio Sweet Pea

White Wedding Flowers

Find the perfect all-white wedding bouquet.
Photo: Photo: Tara Donne; Flowers: Flowers of the World

Pink Wedding Flowers

Find the perfect pink bouquet.
Photo: Photo: Tara Donne; Flowers: Fleurs NYC

Yellow and Green Wedding Flowers

Find the perfect bouquet to match your cool wedding palette.
Photo: Photo: Steve Giralt; Flowers: City Iris
Bouquet of sweet pea and anemone
Bouquet of White Hydrangea, Rose, and Dusty Miller Trio
Pink Peony and Garden Rose Mix
Bouquet of yellow ranunculus and billy balls

More Creative Flower Inspiration

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10 Tips for Better-Looking Bouquets
Keep your flowers fresh longer by following these techniques.

Wedding bouquet of hydrangeas

How to Dry Your Wedding Bouquet
Follow these instructions to preserve your flowers for years to come.

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Wedding Vows Writing Checklist

Can't find the right words? Use this checklist to pen meaningful vows to exchange.

  • Talk to your officiant. Get the green light from your officiant to personalize your own vows. (Some houses of worship require you to recite traditional vows.)
  • Set expectations with your fiance. Will you write your vows together? Will you share your written words with each other before the wedding day? Is there an ideal length for your vows? Is there anything too personal that you don’t want to be shared in public?
  • Decide on any religious references. If your spiritual leanings are loosely defined, or if the two of you were raised in different faiths, have a soul-searching discussion with your fiance at least one month before the wedding to talk about what brings meaning to your life and how best to incorporate this into your vows.

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