Blush has long been a favorite color of brides but blush isn’t the only shade of pink we love. In fact, we’ve seen weddings infused with practically every shade of pink—and we’re here for them all. From blush to fuschia and coral to magenta, the popular pink shade can be incorporated into every element of a wedding’s décor in a unique and impactful way.
A favorite way to add a pop of pink? By carrying a bouquet of pretty pink blooms! There’s something about a pink bridal bouquet that really anchors a pink color palette or accent color on the big day. And as the shades of pink vary, so do the styles, blooms, and arrangements available.
From romantic roses to whimsical astilbe and classic peonies, there’s a pink wedding flower (or a mix of them all!) out there for every style bride. We also love how the shade plays well with others, meaning it can mix with both vibrant yellow tones for a stunning summer bouquet and deep reds for something special in the heart of winter. Not to mention popular pink flowers, such as garden roses, peonies, ranunculus, and lilies, can be used in a number of locations and seasons.
Keep reading to see a gallery of 20 beautiful pink wedding bouquets in every shade, style, and size. We hope you’ll feel inspired to dream up your own bridal blooms!
At this colorful California wedding, florist Kathleen Deery surprised the bride with two bouquets to choose from. “She had not seen much of my dress and wanted to compliment the colors well,” says the bride. The winning choice? A bunch of pink rose varieties surrounded by ivy.
To complete her Palm Springs wedding color palette, this bride carried a bouquet of peonies and kumquats from Shindig Chic.
Bride Diana’s hand-tied bouquet (by Susan McLeary!) included flowers foraged the morning of the wedding: koko loko garden roses, pale pink lisianthus, pink grasses, and white thistles.
If roses are your favorite, this bouquet by Lindsay Bishop Events is all the inspiration you need. We especially love how it pairs shades of pale pink with bubble gum and fuchsia.
Fro this romantic wedding in the English countryside, Absolute Flowers and Home created incorporating coral charm peonies, etched salmon peonies, buckeye bell peonies, cafe au last roses, and navy sweet peas.
This bride paired her floral-accented gown with an equally textured bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, and parrot tulips in blush, orange, pink, and peach by Denise Fasanello.
At this romantic wedding in Southern California, the bride carried a lush cluster of pink peonies, while her bridesmaids had smaller bouquets of either peonies or ranunculus by Camellia Floral Design.
This bride carried a bougainvillea bouquet (by East Olivia!) for a morning photo session, then traded it in for a bundle of neutral blooms for the ceremony.
Brides Chelsey and Alyssa carried statement pink bouquets made with roses, protea, astilbe, and eucalyptus by Samantha Nass Floral Design.
Statice Floral created this lush bouquet of garden roses, dahlias, and natural grasses completed her look. “I wanted an oversized bouquet with lots of texture,” says the bride.
Rye Workshop created a bouquet of light-pink long-stem roses, arranged in a modern style inspired by a recent Gucci Resort fashion show.
At this Brooklyn wedding, bride Lauren carried a soft bouquet of quicksand roses, cosmos, ranunculus, scabiosa, and tulips, accented with eucalyptus by Buds of Brooklyn.
Brrch floral created the bride’s statement bouquet, which featured orchids and peonies. The bride calls floral designer Brittan Asch a “genius artist.”
“I wanted spring garden colors and lots of texture,” bride Erica says of her bouquet designed by Kate Holt of Flower Wild. The arrangement included garden roses, ranunculus, dahlias, and fresh greenery.
Bows & Arrows Flowers created this textured bouquet paired roses, dahlias, and peonies in white and pink, all tied with a piece of fabric from her mother’s wedding gown.
This Texas bride and her ’maids carried lush rose and peony bouquets in shades of white and pink from Bouquets of Austin.
Perfect for a destination wedding in Mexico, this dramatic bouquet (by Vanessa Jaimes!) paired a white king protea with pink and white anthurium and bright ginger flowers.
This bridal bouquet by La Maison Dautel had a secret garden feel, pairing dusty rose antique roses, lisianthus, Queen Anne’s lace, astilbe, astrantia, scabiosa, and wallflower with eucalyptus and curly pea shoots.
At this wedding, the bride carried an ivory, taupe, and marsala-colored bouquet of amaranth, orchids, and roses by Wild Bloom Floral.
A Flowershop bouquet of pale pink anthurium and roses, sweet pea, wispy fern, and rice flower contributed to this Charleston wedding’s pastel palette.