Your spring wedding is the perfect opportunity to showcase joyful wedding bouquets that will leave a lasting impression on your guests. From exquisite pinky-peachy pastel bouquets and petals that pack a punch to statement blooms and Australian native foliage, we’re sharing some of our favourite joy-sparking spring bridal bouquets — as touted by real Queensland brides!
BLAZE. Pure spring vibes! Blaze carried a covetable bouquet by Florals & Co, photo Daniel Chafer Photography.
GRACE. White roses and orchids bring a timeless quality to Grace’s elegant bouquet by Gwen Floral Co. Photo: Mezic Studio. See Grace & Corey’s classic Brisbane celebration in Issue 122.
MEAGHAN. Floral perfection. Meaghan’s Wendy Makin gown is an inspired pairing with her glorious bouquet by Kate Dawes Flower Design. Love those poppies! Photo: Kate Robinson Photography
SAM. Ever wondered how a florist would design her own wedding bouquet? Sam from Fig & Fleur chose a fresh green-and-white palette (one of our faves), bringing the drama with a trailing design. Photo: In the Mood for Love. See more in Issue 119
ROSIE. To create these exquisite pinky-peachy pastel bouquets, Rosie called on Arctic Fox Events. Zoom in for the ‘something blue’ — a flash of delicate hydrangeas. Photo: Doe + Deer Wedding Photography.
JAMUNA. For a deliciously decadent vibe, choose luscious tones of ruby, scarlet, wine and deepest pink. Jamuna nailed the brief! Photo: Casey Jane Photography. See more of our colour crush in Issue 122.
SHARNA. A wild wedding location like K’gari Island calls for statement blooms and Australian native foliage. Hey Posy brought a natural vibe for Sharna and her girls at Kingfisher Bay Resort. Photo: Sarah Lette Photography and Film.
MENAKA. Want simple but stunning? Try a perfect bouquet of the palest pink roses, just like Menaka’s beauty by Sarah Stevens. Photo: Salt Media.
MEG. The dreamiest palette for golden hour. Lilly & Lotus worked with peachy native florals for Meg’s Queensland country wedding. Photo: Jessica Turich Photography
See stunning in-season flowers for a Queensland spring wedding here
JAC. Absolutely smitten with Jac’s Bouquet Boutique blooms (those velvety-pink orchids!). Tie your look together by bringing the same flower or hue through your bouquet, bridal party accents, ceremony and reception styling, and even stationery. Photo: Mezic Studio
SARAH. Baby’s breath and white roses equals a match made in heaven. Sarah carried a classic bouquet by Bunch It Up. Photo: Cloud Catcher Studio. See Sarah & Garth’s Scenic Rim marquee wedding in the current QB issue.
NICOLE. Bring 3D impact within a creamy palette with long-stem roses, sculptural orchids, and full blooms such as dahlias. Nicole paired her Wendy Makin gown with an equally stunning bouquet by Kate Dawes Flower Design. Photo Tessa Cox Photography.
GEORGINA. A rich pop of colour from Glorioso Florals is the perfect foil for Georgina’s luxe Wendy Makin gown. Photo: About Time Co.
CHLOE. Incredible texture and pops of earthy neutrals have us hooked on Chloe’s bouquet by Lavish Floral Design. Photo: Alcorn Images.
Want more? See 15 more bouquets we love from real weddings right here