You’ll Want to DIY Your Wedding Flowers After Seeing These Bouquets
This one’s for the DIY brides! Online wholesale floral retailer FiftyFlowers.com is here to convince you that you really can DIY your wedding flowers and still have a perfectly designed bouquet. Scroll down to see some of our favorite bouquets that will totally convince you to DIY your wedding flowers.
Dahlias and Ranunculus
On their website, you can search by color and flower type, and FiftyFlowers.com even has pre-made packs that make it easy. We love the saturated tones and creative flower combos their blooms created for this bride’s bouquet! Go for burgundy dahlias, fuchsia ranunculus, and peach garden roses to recreate this look.
Classic is the name of the game when it comes to this white rose and greenery bouquet. If traditional is more your style, order white roses and greenery for an easy DIY bouquet!
DIY Bridesmaid Bouquets
Get your bridesmaids in on the fun, too. Fan favorite peonies and eucalyptus leaves create a simple and pretty bouquet that all of your bridesmaids will love carrying.
Pops of Pink
Dark pink blooms add depth and character to a classic white bouquet. For a perfect springtime touch, add in a few petite daises.
Peach and white garden roses are perfectly romantic, and we love the added pops of greenery for texture.
Anemones and Roses
White anemones complement lavender roses in this gorgeous bridal bouquet! Use several shades of purple and lavender to recreate this look.
Snapdragons and Spray Roses
To copy this extra bright red bouquet, go for red roses, pale blush snapdragons, and white spray roses. So pretty!
A variety of blooms including dahlias and roses, all in white, pair perfectly with overgrown greenery. It’s trendy and classic all rolled into one.
Silver Dollar Eucalyptus
Sprays of silver dollar eucalyptus are met with burgundy dahlias and white roses in this stunning moody bridal bouquet.
A well placed succulent can take a classic red and white bouquet to the next level. Try using leftover blooms to create a matching flower crown.
Dark cherry daises add the perfect pop of color to these romantic bouquets! Add in roses, eucalyptus, and baby’s breath, and you’ve got a gorgeous vintage inspired arrangement.
Oversize white peonies break up an otherwise saturated red and fuchsia bouquet. We love the mix of blooms and colors this bride designed.