Let’s talk about Bridal Bouquets – what’s the current trends?

Your wedding day is a momentous occasion, and every detail, no matter how small, contributes to the magic of the day. Bridal bouquets are not just flowers; they are a symbol of love, personality, and style. A well-designed bouquet can add a touch of elegance and individuality to your wedding. In this guide, we'll explore the latest trends in bridal bouquets and offer tips for creating the perfect bouquet that resonates with your style and wedding theme.

Current Trends in Bridal Bouquets

Wedding flower trends are constantly evolving. Keeping up with what’s in vogue can help you make informed choices for your big day. Here are some of the current trends in bridal bouquets:

Current Trends In Bridal Bouquets
  • Flower Choices: Bold and unique choices are in fashion. Think beyond traditional roses and lilies and consider exotic blooms like proteas and orchids. Succulents and wildflowers are also gaining popularity.


  • Bouquet Styles: While classic hand-tied bouquets remain timeless, cascading bouquets with a mix of long and short stems, as well as posy bouquets with a more compact look, are trending.


  • Colour Palettes: Neutral and pastel colour palettes are still very much in style. However, we’re also seeing a resurgence of vibrant and deep colours, adding a dramatic flair to bridal bouquets

Trends in Colour Palettes

The colour palette you choose for your wedding can influence your bouquet. Consider popular colour schemes such as:

  • Pastels: Soft, muted shades for a romantic feel.
Pastels Soft muted shades for a romantic feel
  • Vibrant Colours: Bold and bright hues for a statement look.
Vibrant Colours Bold and bright hues for a statement look
  • Monochromatic: Single-color bouquets for a sleek and elegant appearance. 

Monochromatic Single-color bouquets for a sleek and elegant appearance

Your bouquet’s colours should complement the overall theme of your wedding.

Seasonal Considerations

The season of your wedding has a significant impact on the available flower choices and bouquet designs. Here are some seasonal considerations:

  • Spring: Spring weddings are all about fresh, pastel blooms like tulips, peonies, and daffodils. These delicate flowers create a romantic and ethereal atmosphere.
  • Summer: Summer weddings burst with vibrant colours and a variety of options, including sunflowers, roses, and daisies. Perfect for outdoor celebrations.
  • Fall: Embrace the warm and rustic hues of autumn with flowers like dahlias, chrysanthemums, and marigolds.
  • Winter: Go for a winter wonderland theme with elegant white flowers like roses, lilies, and ranunculus, accented with evergreen foliage.

Check out our post to explore the beauty of seasonal flowers in Australia.

The Language of Flowers: Symbolism in Bridal Bouquets

Every flower carries a unique meaning, making it essential to consider the symbolism behind your choices. Some popular flowers and their meanings include:

  • Roses: Love, passion, and romance.

Roses Love passion and romance
  • Peonies: Wealth, honour, and romance in various cultures, prosperity and good fortune.

Peonies Wealth honour and romance in various cultures, prosperity and good fortune
  • Tulips: Declaration of love and perfect love. 

Tulips Declaration of love and perfect love
  • Dahlias: Elegance, dignity, inner strength and creativity.

Dahlias Elegance dignity inner strength and creativity
  • Lily of the Valley: Sweetness, humility, purity and the return of happiness.

Lily of the Valley Sweetness humility purity and the return of happiness

Selecting flowers that hold personal significance or align with your love story can make your bouquet even more meaningful.

Personalization and Theme Integration

Personalization is key to creating a bouquet that truly reflects your style and wedding theme. Consider the following:

  • Incorporate Your Wedding Colours: Use flowers that match your chosen colour palette.


  • Add Personal Mementos: Attach a locket, a photo, or a small meaningful item to the bouquet handle.


  • Integrate Cultural Elements: Include flowers that have cultural or familial significance.


By infusing your personality and love story into your bouquet, you’ll carry a unique piece of art down the aisle.

Real Wedding Examples

Let’s take a look at real wedding stories to see how different bridal bouquet styles complemented the overall wedding themes. These examples demonstrate the versatility of bridal bouquets and how they can enhance the ambiance of your special day.

  • Capturing Love in full bloom: Devni’s bouquet of romance with radiant reds, pretty pinks, and a touch of playful flair.

Check out more beautiful pictures of Devi and Shalit’s and wedding day bouquet

  • Celebrating love in full harvest bloom: Nicole’s rustic, fall-themed bouquet; a symphony of warm hues and timeless romance.

See more of Nicole and Andrew’s wedding day blooms.

Your bridal bouquet is not just a bouquet; it’s a piece of art that expresses your love story and style. It can add a personal touch to your wedding day and make it truly memorable. With the latest trends, seasonal considerations, personalization, and sustainability in mind, we can help you can create a bridal bouquet that’s as unique as your love.

Ready to create the bouquet of your dreams? Contact our creative crew today for a consultation and let us help you design the perfect bridal bouquet that tells your love story.