Summer may be drifting away from us, but we’re still clinging on to those beautiful summer breezes and gorgeous summer sunsets. If you’re already thinking about your wedding next year, here’s some fun summer bridal bouquet inspiration to get you back in the summery mood!

Bright and breezy

I love a fiesta of colour in a summer wedding. Amping up the excitement and party vibes, fun pops make a gorgeous splash. Go with a single bright or mix it up with a whole carnival of colours. Summer brings you sunflowers, daisies, dahlias and, of course, roses, so why not throw the whole colour palette at your bouquet?!

Summer bridal bouquets

Images clockwise from top left: Lara Hotz, Pepper Nix Photography, Jodi Hanagan, Lorraine Claire Photography

Small and sweet

If you’re looking for a smaller bridal bouquet, a cute little fluffy posy is simply charming. I love a handful of daisies or sweet peas, but stick to your wedding colour palette and choose a flower that’s in season in the right shade. Recent royal bouquets have been on the small-but-perfectly-formed side, so why not follow suit?!

Summer bridal bouquets

Images clockwise from top left: Jess Petrie Photography, Helena and Laurent, Annemarie King, unknown, JoAnne Dunn Photographers

Big and beautiful

There’s no time like summer for the prettiest and most opulent garden displays, so make the most of the season and carry a bouquet laden with the sweetest smelling blooms down the aisle. Make sure there’s plenty of greenery in there to balance it and keep it feeling fresh. Wildflowers make a gorgeous choice, but the options are endless!

Summer bridal bouquets

Images clockwise from top left: Joey Kennedy, unknown, Harper and Grace Photography, Athena Patel

Flowers make your wedding day such a pretty occasion and add different textures, colours and fragrances. Have a peek at our favourite floral experts, and our florals page for more inspiration.

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