25 of the Most Insanely Gorgeous Wedding Flowers Ever

Wedding Flowers at Wedding Ceremony

While planning a wedding IS fun, there’s also the stressful stuff like planning your wedding budget or making tough decisions about who makes your wedding guest list. However, there are certain aspects that are as exciting as they sound… like flower shopping! When picking out wedding flowers, you get the opportunity to immerse yourself in a beautiful variety of blooms, ranging in color, type, and season. Depending on how much you plan to incorporate them, you can end up looking for flowers for everything from bouquets and boutonnieres to centerpieces and wall decorations.

If florals are your thing, then you should definitely embrace them when it comes time for your wedding. If you can afford it, there’s no harm in putting a big chunk of your budget toward flowers. Here, we’ll be going over the most extravagant of options for brides that are able to spend a pretty penny. But if you’re not one of them, don’t worry! You can still draw inspiration and get ideas for your own wedding.

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Flower Terminology

Before we serve up the dreamiest wedding floral arrangements and decor, there are a few important terms that you should know ahead of meeting with a florist or wedding planner.

Biedermeier: A type of bouquet that consists of several different blooms all wired in circular rows

Boutonnières: A spray of flowers typically pinned to the outfits of groomsmen and a couple’s close male family members and friends

Chuppah/Huppah: A canopy (that many couples choose to adorn with flowers) beneath which Jewish marriage ceremonies are performed

Cascade: A type of bouquet where waterfall-esque flowers descend below the main portion of the design

Composite/Glamelia: A type of bouquet that’s composed of individual flower petals

Corsage: A spray of flowers typically pinned to the outfits of a couple’s close female family members and friends

Dais: Also known as an altar arrangement, a floral arrangement that sits at the center of a low table during a wedding ceremony

Dome/Round: A type of bouquet with a precise dome shape that typically uses a single type of flower. Though they’re often monochromatic, some use multiple shades of the same bloom.

Filler: Florals that add texture and bulk to an arrangement, such as baby’s breath or ivy

Flower Wall: Wall panels covered in florals and greenery

Garland: A decorative band or chain of greenery and flowers

Hand-Tied: A type of bouquet that’s secured with fabric or twine rather than a wire. Oftentimes less uniform than round or nosegay bouquets, these are popular at rustic and bohemian-styled weddings.

Nosegay: A type of bouquet that’s small, round and consists of both greenery and flowers all cut to the same length. These are a popular choice for bridesmaids.

Pomander: A type of bouquet that’s ball-shaped and suspended from a ribbon

Posy: A type of bouquet that’s small (often smaller than nosegay bouquets), round and mostly consists of flowers

Tussy Mussy: A type of bouquet that consists of a small group of flowers placed in a vase

Trellis: A frame that supports climbing plants and flowers

The Best of the Best

Prepare to have your breath taken away by these incredible wedding flower arrangements! We’ve included a mix of bouquets, centerpieces, decorations, and more.

Stairwell to Heaven

Wedding Flowers Stairs Full of Flowers
Source: Pinterest

Full-Blown Feathered Fun

Draped Decadence

Spring Shades Arch

Pretty in Pink Flower Wall

Wedding Flowers Pink Wall with Flowers
Source: Wayfair

Not Your Average Centerpieces

Lots of Color

Wedding Flowers Different Colors
Source: Lin & Jirisa

Plenty of Peonies

Wedding Flowers Peonies Pink
Source: Ella & Louie

Dramatic Cascade

Wedding Flowers Bouquet as Cascades
Source: My Flouer

Gorgeous Greenery

Wedding Flowers Greenery
Source: A Good Afair

Deep Colored Details

Wedding Flowers Deep Fall Colors
Source: Liezl Kotze

Sweet & Wild

Wedding Flowers Pink and Red Roses
Source: Green Leaf Floral Design

A Centerpiece Within Centerpieces

Wedding Flowers Small and Large Centerpieces
Source: Rachel A. Clingen

Autumnal Extravagance

Wedding Flowers Different Colors Bouquet
Source: Wedding Flowers

Berry Colored Beauty

Wedding Flowers Colorfull
Source: Prashe Decor

Aisle Lined and Arched

Wedding Flowers and Elegant Arch
Source: Soil and Stem

Mixed Textures

Wedding Flowers as Unique Bouquet
Source: Bridal Pulse

Fireplace Goals

A Waterfall of Spring

Wedding Flowers Spring Flowers
Source: Jo Photo

Midsommar Vibes

Wedding Flowers On The Table
Source: Instagram

Floral Aisle

Wedding FLowers Floral Aisle
Source: The Every Day Vogue

Tropical Dreamland

Wedding Flowers Tropical Wedding
Source: The Eventeur

Classic Made Better

Wedding Flowers Classic
Source: Tina Jafrate-Ramscar Weddings

Roses on Roses on Roses

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