If you are planning a summer wedding, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the options you have for your floral bouquets. This season boasts the greatest selection of in-season flowers, meaning you will have a lot of options regardless of your budget and tastes.
Because there is so much choice, making a decision can become overwhelming. These 15 beautiful summer wedding bouquets feature seasonal flowers arranged in a variety of sizes, colors, and shapes to offer plenty of inspiration for your day.
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Peonies as Accent Flowers
Bright and cheerful peonies are a perfect choice for an early summer wedding, and used as accent flowers, like they are in this bouquet by Candelaria Designs, they can be an affordable choice.
This bouquet is combined with roses and poppies which are also in season during the summer. The bright shades of pink and yellow will be sure to make you and your guests smile.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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Sunflowers are one of the cheeriest blooms available during the summer, and they’re wonderful for rustic-style bouquets. This bride paired her sunflowers with bright roses and gerbera daisies, and her matching bouquet and floral crown by Kittelberger Florist really tied together her soirée at her family’s property.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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If you’re dreaming of carrying a wedding bouquet down the aisle that has a just-picked-from-the-garden feel, you must consider dahlias. Dinner plate dahlias in particular have a gorgeous, soft feel that adds a touch of romance. When paired with roses, ranunculus, and greenery, the look is bright and colorful while still feeling luxurious, just like this bouquet by Juli Vaughn Designs.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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If you’re hoping to carry a wildflower-inspired bouquet down the aisle at your rustic or vintage wedding, look no further than Queen Anne’s lace. This summer bloom has a light and airy feel and is a perfect filler flower.
Tailor & Table joined Queen Anne’s lace together with white poppies in this bouquet, and the bride and bridesmaids’ bouquets look fantastic when tied with mustard-hued ribbon.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Bold Red Zinnias
Zinnia season begins toward the end of summer, and there are plenty of affordable varieties to include in bouquets. Here, Nicole Jansma Photography showcases a bouquet with honeycomb-style zinnias in bold red, and it also features ranunculus, berries, and greenery. The color palette makes a brilliant statement.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Thanks to its bright colors, citrus is always a welcome sight in summer wedding bouquets. Love This Day Events designed and planned a ranch wedding, and the team suggested that the bouquet should feature citrus, astilbe, and plenty of greens. The look is a great combination of rustic and whimsical for an outdoor summer celebration.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Poppies Add a Touch of Whimsy
Poppies are one of the best flowers to include in bouquets when you’re planning a whimsical wedding. They are in season during the summer, and they are most often found in shades of yellow, orange, and red. The Girl Floral designed this bouquet solely featuring poppies to make a real statement.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Billy Ball Summer Wedding Bouquet
Billy balls are the perfect bouquet addition to add a touch of playfulness and color. The bright yellow shade of this in-season summer flower is so much fun, and the whimsy only continues in this design, captured by Alexis June Weddings. It also features protea, greens, and more, all tied together with ribbon and lace.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Mackenzie and Will celebrated their wedding day on Nantucket, and they agreed they wanted to save money on their flowers. To achieve their goal, they opted to solely include hydrangeas.
The combination of ivory and blue flowers adds interest and the fact that the flower is famous for its presence on the island is a nice touch. The bouquet is affordable while still looking completely elegant and refined.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Succulents may be in season all year, but their soft green tones allow them to be a gorgeous and unusual option for summer wedding bouquets. Here, John + Moch Photography captured succulents with blush pink roses and astilbe at an elegant outdoor soiree.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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Feverfew Creates Volume
If you’re searching for a budget-friendly, natural bouquet alternative, make sure to consider feverfew. The advantage of this flower, which is featured heavily in this bouquet from Rock My Wedding, is the blooms are clustered together to provide volume. Here, they are joined by cornflowers, and the combination of colors is gorgeous for vintage or rustic weddings.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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In-Season Fruits For an Organic Look
If you are looking to create an organic wedding bouquet, what better way to do that than by including fruit? This bouquet by Alet Wessels features ivory roses and plenty of eucalyptus, and it also creatively incorporates an in-season summer fruit—blueberries.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Adding Texture with Air Plants
Similar to succulents, air plants are available year-round. Here, florist Weddings by Carly Ane’s paired an air plant with thistle and eucalyptus to create a more summer-focused look. If you’re planning an organic wedding or one in a greenhouse, this bouquet would add texture and is a good option to add to a bouquet you are making yourself.Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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Elegant and Classy Roses
Roses are beautiful in every season! Yonder House paired bright pink, peach, and light pink standard and Juliet garden roses together with deep red dahlias to create this garden-inspired summer wedding bouquet.