If you’ve chosen to carry a bouquet down the aisle, there are so many options to consider, from color combinations to styles. Long gone are the days of only having the option to carry a bouquet with stems tightly wound in a shiny satin ribbon. Florists have been getting creative, putting together bouquets with beautiful, hand-dyed, loose ribbons that cascade off of artfully asymmetric bouquets. A bouquet with a long ribbon is a seriously stunning look, and more and more brides are adopting this idea as they plan their wedding day.
This style is part romantic, with a bit of an Old World influence. The addition of a wrapped bouquet opens up a whole new world of customizable options for your wedding, and it’s a style we’re definitely here for. After all, it’s all about the details.
Play with the textures and colors available, or even order a custom printed ribbon with a sweet note—the possibilities are endless. Read on for 11 of our favorites to get the creativity flowing.
Layered With Pastels
This spring bouquet filled with delicate poppies and maidenhair fern is perfectly paired with long, layered ribbons for a gorgeous pastel look.
Colorful and Whimsical
If you’re already opting for a bright, bold, playful bouquet, add a wrapped ribbon to bring it all together. A subtle pink brings the gorgeous wildflower colors of this bouquet together in the most stunning way.
A Simple Contrast
With plenty of greenery and hints of dark flowers, this bouquet wrap is best kept simple with a couple of meandering thin, white ribbons.
Multiple Colored Ribbons
Add a little party to your bouquet with layering not one, not two, but three different colored ribbons around your stems. We love how perfectly the burgundy ribbon matches the deep red of the ranunculus.
Stunning for Spring
Pair a subtle pastel pink ribbon with the gorgeous pink blooms in your spring bouquet for a lovely look. This bouquet utilized garden roses, ranunculus, dahlias, and fresh greenery, all wrapped in a beautiful ribbon.
A Long Silk Ribbon
We absolutely love a silk chiffon ribbon—especially one that looks so luxe it’s like liquid gold. We love the idea of the trailing, long ribbon in this look.
Simple but Personalized
Pair all-white stems with greenery and a neutral ribbon to bring the look together. This bouquet was wrapped in a personalized light peach ribbon with the words “I will always choose you” on it.
Sweet With Shades of Pink
This color combination of various shades of pink, along with a bold burgundy is absolutely gorgeous. But the addition of a frayed, taupe ribbon really brings this look home.
Red and Pink Romance
This bouquet looks as if it was made up of freshly picked flowers from a field of wildflowers. With red and pink roses and white orchids, paired with several ribbons in various colors and widths, this option creates a gorgeous boho vibe.
Why not use your bouquet or a wrapped ribbon to check the ‘something blue’ off of your details list. We love the boho look of this textured bouquet, complete with multiple blue-hued ribbons.
Go Bold With Color
If you’re opting for a bold, colorful bouquet, you might as well go big with your ribbon choice as well. This gorgeous bouquet paired red and orange tulips with ranunculus, all tied together with a bright orange ribbon.