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30 Colorful Wedding Bouquets That Are Super Cheerful

Get ready for a rainbow of posies! If pastels aren't quite doing it for you, check out these vibrant and colorful wedding bouquets that we're loving right now.

Loblolly Organic Farm

Searching for ways to spice up your bridal look? Take inspiration from these colorful wedding bouquets that have us swooning. Pastel blossoms and neutral arrangements are always pretty, but these bright bouquets are filled with personality to give you the standout moment you totally deserve — not to mention that they're instant mood-boosters! Whether you're looking for flowers to complement your colorful wedding decor or you want a vibrantly colored bouquet that stands out against a white wedding dress, we're sharing some of our favorite arrangements for the spunky, color-loving bride. If you find something you love, ask your wedding florist how to recreate a similar bridal bouquet that fits your season and budget.

Prepare to fall in love with these colorful wedding bouquets, because they're anything but ordinary. 

In Full Bloom

Foraged bouquets (arrangements that include flowers and greenery pulled directly from the wild) are rising in popularity, and this bundle of bougainvillea might just convince you to try it out for your big day. Bougainvillea is a perfect choice if you're getting married someplace where it grows in abundance, like southern California. Add ribbons to an oversized, asymmetrical cluster of branches and voilà!  

Coco Rose Design

If smaller posies are your style, combine a handful of Icelandic poppies and pincushion proteas with touches of greenery. This color palette of orange and pink hues would be totally fitting for a summer or fall wedding.

CM Events & Design

Bring the drama by carrying a rounded bouquet filled with red and pink blooms. Roses and ranunculus are a floral match made in heaven — black ribbons give this otherwise romantic bouquet an edgy, glam wedding vibe

Pat's Floral Designs

Coral peonies are some of our fave flowers for colorful wedding bouquets, and here's visual proof why. They're just too pretty! Pair them with roses and tulips in a pale orange hue, then add pieris, olive leaves, and silk ribbons for an ethereal look. 

Bohemian Road Photography

If you're having a bohemian wedding theme, skip the vibrant florals and choose muted hues for your colorful wedding bouquet instead. Balance earthy tones like orange, rust red, and brown with bright yellow and blush flowers for a cool, free-spirited look. 

Bluebell Florals

For spring weddings, we're loving this bright and cheerful bouquet filled with ranunculus, craspedia, and roses. With a color palette of yellow, fuchsia, blush, and orange, it's hard for this arrangement to be anything but uplifting!

Jamie Rae Photo

Think colorful wedding bouquets are only for spring and summer events? Nope! The result is gorgeous when you add warm colors to your fall wedding bouquet — we're loving this unique arrangement that reminds us of a sunset with its pink and yellow hues. 

In Full Bloom

Orange is one of the latest colors to make its way into wedding decor trends. And thanks to this artfully arranged bouquet, any doubts we had about using this bold, citrus-inspired hue have totally disappeared. If you're worried about going overboard with orange, you can tone it down by adding soft peach and buttercup accent colors. 

Vibe Florals

If you're getting married at the beach or having a tropical wedding theme, say hello to your dream bridal bouquet! This island-inspired arrangement includes pincushion proteas, ginger torch, anthurium, and monstera leaves for a colorful wedding bouquet that's seriously drool-worthy. 


Soft pastel flowers are usually the go-to for brides who love romantic style, but bright bouquets can be just as dreamy. If you're getting married at a garden or opting for a vintage theme on the big day, carry an oversized arrangement of flowers in periwinkle, fuchsia, blush, and violet tones for a bouquet that's just colorful enough. 

Floral design by The Rosy Posy

Photos by Sarah Beth

For something that's a bit less mainstream, try a presentation bouquet shape instead of the traditional round or cascade arrangement. This style is meant to be cradled in one arm, and it's perfect for letting your vibrantly colored flowers really shine.

Loblolly Organic Farm

If you're a fan of Pantone's 2019 Color of the Year, Living Coral, we think you'll love this gorgeous bouquet. Filled with peonies, garden roses, carnations, and ranunculus, this peachy arrangement is a no-brainer.

Kent Island Flowers

Phalaenopsis orchids, gloriosa lilies, and coxcomb are a stunning combination for a tropical wedding, whether you're getting married in Hawaii or not. This eye-catching bouquet instantly brings the island spirit to your wedding day, no matter where in the world you are. 

Wild Indigo

Brighten up a summer fete by carrying a colorful wedding bouquet filled with sunny yellow flowers. This bridesquad accessorized their navy blue gowns with arrangements of ranunculus, craspedia, mimosa flowers, and dusty miller. 


Hello, desert dreaminess! Burgundy Asiatic lilies and orange spray roses are a beautifully bold combination. Add eclectic details, such as ostrich feathers, Italian ruscus, and lunaria, to your bouquet for a bohemian, nature-inspired effect. 

Events by Kristin

For a garden-inspired look, skip the symmetrical bouquet in favor of an arrangement that is more free-flowing and organically shaped. Featuring dahlias, roses, campanula, and bougainvillea, this oblong bouquet feels like it came straight from the farmers market.  

Array Design

By keeping the majority of your bouquet in a neutral color scheme, you can put the focus on a specific type of flower by incorporating those blooms in eye-catching hues. These bright pink peonies definitely steal the show!. 

Shannon Moffit Photography LLC

Monochromatic bouquets are an upcoming trend to watch. And not only does this bouquet include just one color, but it's also made of only one type of flower — long-stem Icelandic poppies. We're loving this idea for the minimalistic bride. 

Renee Hollingshead Photography

If you can't choose one color, then why not choose them all? Go all in with your colorful wedding bouquet by carrying an arrangement of flowers in various pink, orange, and blue colors. 

Monica Brown Photography

If you're getting married in late summer or early fall, then you probably already know that sunflowers are one of the most popular blooms for your wedding season. Pair them with celosia in a fiery fuchsia color to make the yellow sunflowers really pop.  

Lauren Alisse Photography

Anthuriums are one of our favorite wedding flower trends of 2019, and they truly shine in this unique bouquet. The smaller arrangement size makes it extra-easy to carry for a relaxed beach wedding. 

Simplified Celebrations

Blue, purple, and yellow isn't the most traditional color combo, but we have to say we're into it. Cascading jasmine vines will add an extra-romantic element to a loosely tied bouquet like this one (plus, they smell lovely!). 

Kaitlyn Haines Events

Pink and orange flowers are a fun choice for any classic-meets-modern bride. Silver dollar eucalyptus breaks up the round shape of this punchy bouquet so that it doesn't feel too overdone. 

Robyn's Flower Garden

By opting for flowers in a dramatic jewel tone palette, you'll create a colorful wedding bouquet that's completely unique. Pair dark plum and berry accents with burgundy blooms for an autumnal arrangement.  

Destination Wedding Studio

If you're big on symmetry and consistency, have your 'maids carry bouquets that match the color of their dresses for a rich, tone-on-tone look. This pairing of lavender and amethyst purple shades is effortlessly pretty. 

Honey Photographs

Blue and peach are always, always, always a good idea. This sweet bouquet of garden roses got a wildflower-inspired makeover with the addition of thistle, forget-me-nots, lavender, and muscari. 

Morgan Marie Photography

Sometimes, all it takes is a few well-placed flowers to make a statement! This colorful wedding bouquet used peonies, clematis, and a single tulip to create an interesting asymmetrical shape. 

Krystal Balzer Photography

When in doubt, start with fluffy greenery and then add pops of bright colors for a bouquet that nails it every time. A tangerine, coral, blush, and white palette feels springtime-ready.