Destination weddings are a bridal trend that doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon. And why would they? Gorgeous carribean waters, fantastic weather, white sandy beaches and oh the tropical flowers. There are a lot of ways a beachy bride can go with the her tropical wedding bouquet. We’ve been spotting trends including all white bouquets, huge pops of color and subdued creations that still manage to come off as very beachy.
We have found 9 Gorgeous Tropical Wedding Bouquets to use as inspiration when discussing the bridal bouquet with your florist or wedding planner. We have come up with the following list of flowers as a good starting off point but a knowledgeable florist will be able to take this list and run with it.
To create the bright beachy vibes seen below consider:
- Bright calla lily
- Spiky orange dahlias
- Garden roses
- Dropscymbidium orchids (or any orchids)
- Gloriosa lilies
- Blushing brides
For greens or to create an earthy feel consider:
- Elephant ear leaves
- Winding passionflower vine
- hosta leaves
- hanging millet
This beachy bouquet also has starfish, sand dollars, seashells and rhinestones hidden throughout. The silver charm is engraved sweetly with “To Love and to Cherish.”
Tropical Wedding bouquet with Calla Lilies,Garden Roses,Hypericum Berries and Hydrangea
This tropical bouquet contains plumerias, Asiatic lilies, calla lilies, 3 different colored roses and a hint of greenery.
I really enjoy the earthy appeal of this bouquet. It’s still very tropical but more subduede.
I love the classic mini calla lillies featured in gorgeous, rich colors. Classic but modern and totally tropical.
How incredible is this bouquet? It has so many different types of flowers, colors and patterns.
Another great example of a bridal bouquet composed with more natural, rustic quality while remaining totally tropical.
Personally this is my favorite tropical wedding bouquet. It has just the right mix of island flowers with bright pops of colors. LOVE.