20 Best Wildflower Wedding Bouquets For The Earthy Bride

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20 Dreamy Wildflower Bouquets for the Earthy Bride
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Wedding bouquets filled with exotic buds from across the world. Immaculate roses or lilies are gorgeous, no doubt, but sometimes a bride just wants to embrace her inner dreamy, boho, earthy spirit.

We argue that one of the best ways to do just that is to opt for wildflower bouquet, with flowers plucked straight from rolling pastures, wooded reprieves, and rogue gardens. Get your wildflower wedding bouquet ideas and inspiration right here!

1. Daisy Delight

This bohemian bouquet feels effortless while still stunning. It simply combines a smattering of tiny wild daisies (perhaps mixed with some tiny chamomile buds).

(Check prices and reviews on Amazon)

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2. Sunflower Meadow

“Capturing the magic of a golden field of sunflowers, this free-spirited piece features the sunny yellow blooms emerging from a lush base of olive leaves, fountain grass, and fragrant chamomile blossoms. Accented with poppy pods and chocolate lace flower for an organic touch.” —Winston Flowers

(Winston Flowers, $150)

3. All the Colors

Why choose just one type of flower — or limit yourself to a couple colors — when you could have them all? This vibrant wildflower bouquet is proof that more is more.

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4. Blueberry Fields

“Blue delphinium and chamomile flowers call to mind wild fields of blooms and berries. This sweet composition also features curving white calla lilies, mini 'mojito' hydrangea, and whimsical poppy pods for a playful presentation. Completed with geranium foliage and summer grass.” —Winston Flowers

(Winston Flowers, $95)

5. Muted Hues

If you’re drawn to a softer color scheme, this muted wildflower bouquet may make your heart sing. It features mostly a collection of soft blues, purples, and reds with a hint of cheery yellow for good measure.

(Etsy, $65)

6. Red and Moody

If your wedding color palette sticks to shades of red, opt for a wildflower wedding bouquet that incorporates brick red juxtaposed against soft pinks, cream, and sage.

(Etsy, $127)

7. Mad About Eucalyptus

The billowy, soft, green eucalyptus surrounding a spray of cream and pink roses is nothing short of dreamy.

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8. Thistle and That

Purple thistle is the star of this wildflower wedding bouquet. The wild blueberries, tiny shasta daisies, and dripping greenery bring it all together.

(Etsy, $208)

9. Positively Pink

Keep it in the pink family with a bouquet like this one. It’s got an assortment of wildflowers across the entire pink spectrum.

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10. Fern Fanfare

Everything’s coming up green in this fern-loaded bouquet. If you want to incorporate a few florals into the mix, consider a green-leaning hydrangea.

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11. Just Peachy

Peachy-pink ranunculus take center stage in this peach and orange wildflower bouquet. You could also recreate a similar look with peach poppies or dahlias.

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12. You're My Sunshine

Sunflowers are always a good wildflower choice, and they’re bound to put a smile on your and your guests’ faces.

(Etsy, $185)

13. Something Blue-bell

Bluebells are perhaps the most underrated wildflowers. They’re delicate, sweet, and make the perfect “something blue” on your wedding day.

(Etsy, $25)

14. A Wheat Wedding

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Wheat-filled bouquets are perfect for autumn weddings, and their creamy palette gives you the opportunity to incorporate another hue into the mix as well.

(Etsy, $45)

15. Rustic Romance

A mix of blues, whites, pinks, and yellows make this bouquet feel dreamy, romantic, and rustic-chic.

(Etsy, $86)

16. Sage that you Love Me

We’d argue that sage is perhaps one of the prettiest types of greenery you could incorporate into a wildflower wedding bouquet, and this arrangement is proof of that.

(Etsy, $17)

17. Lovely Lilac

If you’re planning a spring or summer wedding, consider a wildflower wedding bouquet that’s rich with fragrant lilac.

(Etsy, $680)

18. Shades of Blue

This dusty blue bouquet feels equal parts rustic and sweet.

(Etsy, $125)

19. Birds of a Feather

Look twice at this bouquet, which looks as if it’s filled with feathers. Those are actually beautiful, whispy wildflowers plucked straight from the earth.

(Etsy, $88)

20. Dahlia Harvest

“This energizing arrangement showcases two incredible varieties of locally grown dahlias with sweet summer accents. The immaculate dahlias shine bright in peach and clementine hues, chamomile blooms add a touch of whimsy, and Lady's Mantle lends delicate movement to the piece. Finished with an array of seasonal greens.” —Winston Flowers

(Winston Flowers, $150)

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Wendy Rose Gould is a freelance lifestyle reporter based in Phoenix, Arizona. She contributes to NBC, Refinery29, Brides, Allure, Spotlyte, Total Beauty, Soko Glam, and others.

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