Guys, it's spring. Technically, officially, and, if the air temperatures and rain in the forecast are any indication, actually too. Thank goodness for that -- for more than one reason. First, warm weather is finally here. And second, spring weddings. Yes, please. But what this really means is that we need to talk about spring flowers, and I really think we should start with tulips.

soft orange tulip bride's bouquet

These upright blooms are iconic signs of spring (I know it's really here when I see them showing up in grocery stores and peeking through snow) and happen to look unsurprisingly lovely in wedding bouquets of almost any style from modern to romantic. Originally from Persia and Turkey, tulips are paired with the 11th wedding anniversary and became so popular in 17th century Europe that the craze was labeled "tulip mania." Tulips are also packed with significance ideal for a wedding day: different colors of tulips have different meanings, but overall the flowers stand for perfect love.

romantic tulip wedding bouquet

Striking in bouquets of their own kind alone, tulips can be subtle, chic or altogether stunning as complementary blossoms in a bride or bridesmaid bouquet too. The collection of ideas below pulls together some of the prettiest petals around - and some truly beautiful spring wedding flower inspiration.

pink and cream rose and tulip bouquet
bright parrot tulip wedding bouquet
bright pink tulip and succulent bridesmaid bouquet
orange and pink bride's bouquet
blush ombre wedding gown and pink-tipped tulips
romantic yellow and pink wedding bouquet
modern orange tulip and succulent wedding bouquet
all-white tulip bride's wedding bouquet

If you can't find me, I'll probably be piling all of the tulips I can find at the store into my shopping cart. And if you need more spring wedding inspiration, we have some ideas in mind.