bride holds bright wildflower bouquet with pink tulips

Who doesn't love a bouquet of freshly-picked wildflowers?  Charming and pretty, these wildflower-inspired (because we understand that every flower in these arrangements aren't all wildflowers) bouquets are a lovely choice for brides having garden, boho, or country weddings.

Most wildflower bouquets are a little less structured and include a wide variety of colors, from pale purple thistles to bright pink tulips (above).

wildflower bouquet with lavender resting against chair

Wildflower bouquets also look great when you incorporate herbs, grasses, and grains. Above, lavender is front and center in this large bridal bouquet. Below, lavender and wheat are layered into this smaller version dotted with anemones and white garden roses.

simple wildflower bouquet with anemones and roses

Many brides want a wildflower-style bouquet because they are often done in smaller (and therefore, lighter) arrangements.  After all, it's hard to have a carefree, boho spirit when you are lugging around an entire greenhouse of flowers.  This tiny bundle of wheat and wildflowers tied together with a simple twine bow (below) serves its purpose without weighing you down or distracting from your dress.

wheat and lavender bridal bouquet

Daisies, particularly tiny ones, are another wildflower bouquet staple. Adding a pop of yellow to your bouquet's palette, it is also a beautiful backdrop for brighter blooms that you want to include.

pretty wildflower bouquet with daisies

Or make them your focus flower and use Queen Anne's Lace and baby's breath to fill the bouquet.

daisy bouquet with baby's breath and Queen Anne's Lace

Add to the charm of your bouquet by putting subtle wildflower details here and there throughout your wedding accessories and decor. Tuck a few into your hair (above, left) and line the aisle with the same types of wildflowers in your bouquet (above, right).

boho wedding hair with wildflowers tucked into braid
 
wildflowers tied to chair along aisle

Even if you have more traditional centerpieces, you can still use wildflowers at your welcome, bar, or sweethearts' tables.

tiny wildflowers on top of books in centerpiece

And of course, don't leave your favorite guy out of the fun! You two will coordinate in all the photos if he wears a dashing wildflower boutonniere.

collection of wildflower boutonnieres
groom in pinstriped jacket with wildflower boutonniere

Credits: Lucy Greenhill Photography   |   Mikkel Paige Photography   |   Ellie Gillard   |   Deer Pearl Flowers   |   Elizabeth Fogarty   |   Larissa Nicole Photography   |   Sarah Kathleen   |   Korie Lynn Photography   |   Lisa Jane Photography   |   Sally T Photography   |   Heline Bekker