Wedding Bouquets to Suit Every Taste

Let the folks at Great American Country help you find the floral arrangement that speaks to you.
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In Bloom

This glamorous outdoor wedding featured a stunning bouquet of dahlias, Centaurea aspera, Celosia cristata, strawflower, eucalyptus, ranunculus, porcelain berries, roses, delphinium, scabiosa, peonies, pokeweed and chinaberry. Design by Lindsay Coletta

Subtle Succulents

This stunning, silvery-white arrangment blends trendy succulents with dusty miller and sculptural seed pods.

Fabulous Fall

For her fall wedding, this Georgia bride opted for a bouquet made of peonies, garden roses, spray roses, dusty miller, ranunculus, sweet peas, dahlias, freesia, thistle and berries. 

Pretty in Pink

A delicate combination of Juliet roses and white and blush pink peonies creates a charmingly subtle bouquet. Design by L.A.'s Dolce Designs Studio

Classic Combo

Soft pink roses surrounded by sprigs of baby's breath create a delicate, romantic display.

Seasonal Selection

For a winter wedding, a delicate bouquet of white and blush pink will create a soft, romantic tone. No matter what time of year you get married, seasonal blooms are always the best choice for the freshest (and generally cheapest) look.

Ruby Red

To keep a red bouquet from casting a Christmas vibe, skip the greenery entirely for a fresh, bold look.

Warm Hues

A gorgeous bouquet highlights the colors of spring with peach and red ranunculus, yellow billy balls, peach roses and chamomile.

High, Low Mix

To save money without sacrificing style, create a bouquet that blends a few large blooms with cheaper filler flowers and greenery. The result will still be stunning, and your wallet will thank you.

Go Green

Striking greenery and flowers with hues that complement the surrounding autumn atmosphere comprise the perfect bouquet for this gorgeous fall wedding. Arrangement by Elder Floral Design

Strings Attached

Multi-colored ribbons add an unexpected dash of whimsy to this gorgeous bouquet.

So Spring

Show off the first blooms of the year with a captivating arrangement of tulips, roses and freesias. Here, the yellow, green and cream color palette looks young and fresh — perfect for spring!

Sculptural Arrangement

This striking bouquet combined succulents, calla lilies, peacock feathers and ranunculus with a beautifully-wrapped grapevine. 

On-Trend Ombre

Mauve sweet peas, pink roses and purple veronica are a darling combination for a country wedding. Bonus: The ombre effect is the perfect way to incorporate a trend without going overboard.

No Frills

For a casual country affair, nothing beats a simple bouquet of baby's breath and wildflowers. 

All Autumn

Easily achieve a warm autumn color palette by blending amber, gold, bronze and red flowers. This sweet bouquet combines calla lilies, roses, sunflowers and hypericum for the perfect fall look.

Winter White

Simple and understated, this winter bouquet is a lush combination of white hydrangeas and garden roses. 

Pops of Purple

A sultry bouquet made up of liatris, lilies, tulips, roses and daisies is the perfect choice for a wedding in early spring.

Make It Yours

To give your bouquet a personalized touch, consider incorporating a special pin or brooch. The bouquet is a great place to add your "something old."

Out of the Box

Though greenery is a classic filler for wedding bouquets, it never hurts to think outside of the box. Try an airy feather arrangement for a fun and romantic twist.

Totally Textural

To create an interesting, more unique bouquet, combine soft flowers, such as the white peonies featured here, with more textural elements, including gorgeous green succulents and unexpected scabiosa pods. Design by Kia Kreations

Going Dark

Add drama with a striking arrangement of black calla lilies and blizzard roses. Design by Cedarwood Weddings

Multi-Colored Mix

For this Southern bride's "something blue," she added a navy blue ribbon around her lavish bouquet of baby blue hydrangeas, soft pink roses and baby’s breath. 

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