Top Wedding Bouquet Ideas in 2021

Always pay attention to even the smallest of details, although the main focus is on the shoes, wedding dress, location, and jewelry when it comes to the wedding style.

How to Choose the Best Wedding Bouquet

The bouquet should fit into the entire concept, and it should rhyme with the décor and the bridal gown. The bouquet should reflect on the personality of the bride. Some of the bouquet ideas that you can try out include:

1.    Neutral and White Flowers

The white color plays a vital role in the centerpieces and bouquets. All-white natural flowers are quite popular. Some people have also been requesting white and black palettes that have an earth tone accent.

The white color usually signifies peace and balance. It makes sense since the couple is embracing the calm hue after the issues that occurred in 2020 amid the pandemic. Some designers have also incorporated leafy plants. For the best results, always use flowers that have shades of ivory or white. The greenery will then add some texture. You can opt for the pampas grass when adding some texture to the bouquet.

2.    A Statement Wedding Backdrop

If you are hosting a zoom wedding or a generally small wedding, it doesn’t mean that you should not incorporate some floral designs. During the zoom wedding, everything is covered, and you can view the entire floral coverage. The statement ceremony backdrops usually come in handy for virtual weddings, and the scene should be well set for the people who will physically attend the wedding. The main issue is that people cannot converge in a crowded place to curb the spread of COVID-19, which means only a few individuals can attend the wedding physically.

3.    Dried Flowers

The dried flowers were normally used for vintage weddings. The dried flowers should be mixed with fresh flowers such as roses for a more appealing look. The best thing about the dried flowers is that they can be preserved for a prolonged period.

4.    Spray-Painted Flowers

Using spray paints, designers can amplify the beauty of ordinary flowers. The flowers are affordable, and they maintain their usual shape. During the painting process, the flowers don’t also fall. Some of the colors to use include pink and lilac for a better appearance. For an earthy appearance, you can try out the metallic colors.

5.    Nature-Inspired and Wildflower Arrangements

The nature-inspired arrangements are common since people are currently opting for intimate and informal weddings because regulations such as social distancing should be adhered to. People are also using locally grown flowers for their wedding bouquets since they are readily available, and they are suitable for civil ceremonies and outdoor weddings. Some of the common wildflowers include poppies, zinnias, sunflowers, and delphinium.

6.    Edible Flowers

The idea of consuming flowers seems odd; however, this is a practice that has been present for many decades. Using edible flowers, you can add some flavor to the desserts. Some of the modern-day recipes entail using edible flowers for fancy cocktails and salads. The commonly used flowers include marigolds, dandelions, lavender buds, chamomile, and honeysuckle. Always liaise with the individual in charge of the catering service to learn more about the flowers that are safe to consume. Ensure the flowers haven’t been treated with chemicals to avoid any health complications.

7.    Encased Florals

The wedding flowers will act as statement pieces for the event. The flowers can be encased in a glass vessel such that you’ll make it feel like they deserve the museum-worthy details. Such an arrangement can be used to create a table number or as a centerpiece.


If you are going to tie the knot in 2021, each of these wedding bouquet trends will come in handy. You can try out one of the ideas listed above, depending on the type of wedding and your taste or preferences.



Alex is the co-author of 100 Greatest Plays, 100 Greatest Cricketers, 100 Greatest Films and 100 Greatest Moments. He has written for a wide variety of publications including The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Telegraph.

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