Although swoon-worthy peonies and gorgeous garden roses are still among the most popular flowers as wedding bouquets, dahlia becomes more and more popular because its comparatively long growing flowering season and far less expensive than other popular wedding flowers, and there’s no denying that dahlias are incredibly beautiful, too. What’s more, with tons of different varieties and colors, you’re sure to find the perfect ones that can perfectly match with your wedding color schemes. Read on to see these adorable dahlia wedding bouquets I’ve rounded up, then snap a pic of your favorite for your florist — trust me, you’ll want to remember these totally gorgeous mixes! Here’re also some other wedding bouquet ideas you may like:
Can you smell it? Maybe if you close your eyes. Take a deep breath and it’s right there. The smell of spring is right here and I couldn’t be more excited. We’ve gathered some of the most gorgeous spring bouquets I have ever seen to put a Spring in your step! If you’re not sure where to take your theme, these bouquets will surely help you out, maybe with your colors, your flowers, or even with the atmosphere. I’m sure you’ll find plenty of inspiration in these dazzling arrangements.
We call them boutonnieres, while others refer to them as buttonholes. Boutonniere is actually the French word for “buttonhole” and back in the day, the boutonniere was worn on the left lapel of a suit jacket and placed through the buttonhole. Well, I’m not here to give you a history lesson, so I’ll just say that though they are small, they are mighty. They can match the bride’s bouquet or not. They can go with the color palette of your wedding or be a statement piece. Here’re some stunning boutonniere ideas to choose from.