Wedding Flowers

From choosing a wedding floral designer to budgeting for wedding flowers to deciding on flower arrangements, this is your stop for tips on wedding bouquets, corsages, and centerpieces. To find inspiration, choose from a gorgeous collection of our favorite wedding bouquets. If roses are your wedding flower of choice, look for creative wedding rose displays. Find out how to choose the wedding corsages and wedding bouquets that will coordinate best with your color scheme and the timing of your wedding. Wedding flowers are an important accent for your big day, but they don't have to be expensive. To make the most of your wedding flower funds, read our thrifty tips for cheap wedding flowers, or get our free wedding flowers worksheet. If you're choosing blooms to match your color scheme, check out our ideas for pink wedding bouquets, purple wedding bouquets, and pastel wedding flowers. Flowers make a beautiful wedding centerpiece; browse our best tabletop ideas, featuring displays with peonies, tulips, roses, hydrangea, daisies, and more classic wedding flowers and flower combinations.

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The Best Real Life Inspiration for a Modern Wedding Bouquet

The right wedding flowers are always a showstopper. And no couple's arrangements would be complete without the bouquet to match. To help you style your celebration, here are 10 stunning takes on the modern wedding bouquet.

Peony Everything: An Ode to Our Favorite Wedding Flower

A gorgeous symbol of happiness and prosperity, peonies have long been a popular wedding flower. With hues ranging from soft and pretty to bright and seductive, just a few of these romantic ruffles added to a centerpiece or bouquet instantly take it to the next level!

10 Garden-Fresh Flower Arrangements from Your Backyard

The sustainable gardening movement has encouraged many of us to dabble in the "forgotten" art of growing food in our own backyards. Since we're going to all that trouble, why not tuck some pretty flowers in there while we're at it? Just as we want for our food to not have traveled great distances to reach us, we are beginning to covet flowers that haven't been shipped halfway around the globe. Maintaining a cutting garden is a centuries-old pastime, but most of us aren't exactly flower farmers and can't spare the space to grow an abundance of blooms for arranging. So what does an average backyard gardener do? It's simple: You've got to think beyond just the flower.

Corsages and Handheld Bouquets

Harmonize with the wedding's color scheme or ask each woman about her dress color before selecting flowers for corsages. Similar corsage styles or a repeating ribbon decoration can tie a group of corsages together.

Purple & Blue Wedding Bouquets

Purple and blue have the wonderful ability to be both restful and regal. White, cream, silver, and green combine well with both purple and blue, while yellow is a lovely accent color.

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Wedding Blooms on a Budget

Check out these thrifty tips for making the most of your wedding's flower budget.

Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

Set the scene for a gorgeous wedding reception with our ideas for fresh, flower-filled centerpieces. The materials and flowers used in your centerpieces are great launching points for the rest of your wedding decorations.

Make an Easy Rose Centerpiece

Use basic supplies and our easy technique to turn a bunch of roses into a stunning gift-box arrangement.