15 of the Most Beautiful Bridal Bouquets

Swoon over these wedding-worthy floral masterpieces.

On your wedding day, your bouquet is your best accessory. It’ll brighten every photo, and it can even do double-duty as a centerpiece at your reception. Gather inspiration for your dream flowers with these amazing bouquets designed by local florists and carried by real brides like you.

Alyssa Paige’s wedding bouquet by Creations In Bloom was filled with big dahlias and white and peachy red roses, along with berries and greenery to add some contrasting texture and exposed stems to give it a rustic wildflower feel. Photo by Megan Chase Photography.

Caitlin Cottingham’s wedding bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers was a mix of ranunculus, cabbage roses, and seeded eucalyptus, with pale green accents adding body and dimension. Photo by Abby Jiu Photography.

Laura Simon’s bouquet by Edge Floral Event Designers was made up of garden roses and dusty miller for a muted but textured arrangement. Photo by Laura Luís Photography.

Elisa Dobbins’ bouquet by Janie Medley Flora Design fit perfectly with her fall wedding with the pink and burnt orange hues of the peonies, ranunculus, and dahlias. Photo by Love Life Images.

Carolina Aguilar’s bouquet was filled with dusty miller and roses with bright yellow accents, all wrapped in burlap fabric for that perfect rustic farm wedding appeal. Photo by Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love.

Jane Simmon’s wedding bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers incorporated ferns to match their venue, along with dahlias, and zinnias. Photo by Eric Kelley Photography.

Dana Rachefsky carried this bouquet of soft pinks and off-white roses by Bergeron Flowers for her September nuptials. Photo by Eli Turner.

Jessica Fu’s garden roses, ranunculus, and spray roses bouquet by Toulies en Fleur was accented with silver and crystal brooches. Photo by Astrid Photography.

Margot Laporte trusted her bouquet to Barbara Von Elm of Growing Wild Floral Company, who created this beautiful collection of succulents and artichokes, with yellow billy balls for a pop of color. Photo by Thomas Van Veen of Documentary Associates.

Amanda Kuker’s opted for a bright bouquet of maroon dahlias, sunflowers, red hypericum berries, cymbidium orchids, blue thistle, and Italian ruscus by Love Blooms for her November wedding. Photo by The Happy Couple Photography.

Jessica Conlon’s bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers included Crème de leche dahlias, cream roses, and gold-painted berries, all wrapped in ribbon. Photo by Vicki Grafton Photography.

Sara Familie’s bouquet by B Floral and Event Design was a mix of white roses and white calla lilies with gray brunia berries, seeded eucalyptus, and dusty miller as soft, neutral accents. Photo by Jennifer Domenick of Love Life Images.

Chandra Leach’s bouquet by Barbara Von Elm of Growing Wild Floral Company kept to a very simple and elegant mix of pink and white peonies and roses. Photo by Geoff Chesman Visuals.

Delores Chávez’s bouquet by Amaryllis relies on lush greenery, such as ferns, surrounding lavendar and English roses to give a romantic woodland appeal. Photo by Love Life Images.

Lalaine Gruttemeyer’s blush roses, cafe au lait dahlias, and white cabbage roses-filled bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers was wrapped in coral and white ribbons. Photo by Nessa K Photography.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.