Wedding bouquet style trends that we're seeing at Mint Springs.

Five Wedding Bouquet Trends We’re Loving Right Now

Filed in Weddings — July 17, 2023


Five Bouquet Trends We’re Loving Right Now

wedding bouquet trends
Samantha Harrell Photography

Let’s talk wedding bouquet trends! Your personal bride style is defined by a few major elements. The dress you choose, the way you style your hair and makeup, and the bouquet you carry. Here at Mint Springs Farm, of course, we have brides with the best style so we want to share some wedding bouquet trends we are absolutely loving right now! We’re so lucky to have The Bloom House, one of the best floral designers in the Nashville area, on our team making our couples’ floral design dreams into reality. We asked Angela, of The Bloom House, to share some of the trends she’s seeing (and loving) so we could share them with you. 

If you’re planning a wedding on the farm, we hope you’ll see that the floral style options really are limitless and you can pull inspiration from anything that catches your eye. Keep reading to hear about five bouquet trends we’re loving right now.

The Cottage Garden Bouquet

Garden Wedding Bouquet Trends
Whitney Woodall Photography.

The cottage garden bouquet consists of a mix of dainty garden blooms with sprigs of fresh eucalyptus or other delicate greens, and typically has a round loose shape. 

Blooms we love to see in a cottage garden bouquet:
ranunculus, peonies, tulips, garden roses, sweet pea, stock, anemones, larkspur, cottage yarrow, tweedia

The Whimsical Wedding Bouquet

Whimsical Wedding Bouquet Trends
Samantha Harrell Photography

The whimsical wedding bouquet is asymmetrical yet balanced with lots of dimension and texture … think of it as an “anything goes” design style that really depends on the bride’s vision. 

Blooms we love to see in a whimsical wedding bouquet:
Icelandic poppies, queen anne’s lace, delphinium, hellebore, scabiosa, campanula, cosmos, astilbe, butterfly ranunculus

The Petite Cascade Bouquet

Cascading Wedding Bouquet Ideas
Christine Meyer Creative

The petite cascade bouquet is a throwback to the 80s, but reimagined with modern blooms and a more manageable weight and size.

Blooms we love to see in a petite cascade:
orchids, spray roses, hanging amaranthus, japonica, garden roses

The Colorful Bouquet

Colorful Wedding Bouquet Ideas
Sowing Clover Photography

The colorful bouquet is … well, it’s colorful. Actually, it’s glorious and cheerful, modern and beautiful, and one of our favorite trends for sure. We are wholeheartedly encouraging this style of bouquet.

Blooms we love to see in a colorful bouquet:
poppies, roses, stock, ranunculus, sweet pea, tulips

The Pave’ Bouquet

Classic white rose wedding bouquet ideas
Jordyn Smalling

The pave’ bouquet is a tight arrangement of blooms of the same variety. It’s classy, elegant and timeless.

Blooms we love to see in a pave’ bouquet:
garden roses, traditional roses, peonies. hydrangea

Ultimately your wedding bouquet is an extension of your personal style so choose whatever suits you and your wedding day! Not sure what you want? Not to worry, our design team is here to guide you through the process and help you the wedding bouquet trend that best suits you.


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