Simple DIY Bouquets for a Lovely Spring Wedding!

DIY Spring Wedding Bouquets

A springtime wedding lends itself perfectly to the sweetest and simplest bouquets. Nothing stiff or formal. Not lavish or over the top. Just pure floral charm. And because these arrangements are so simple, they can be easily made by crafty brides or by family members. In this post, we help to show you how—with photo inspiration that you could readily replicate, as well as actual tutorials from great DIY blogs.

Charming Spring Bouquets You Can Make Yourself

Key to the appeal of these arrangements are:

  1. the freshest blooms in season—with dainty baby’s breath, cheery daisies, and sweet peas being favorite choices
  2. a casual bundling of stems as though gathered from a spring meadow
  3. a hand-tied style finished with a wrap of burlap, twine, colored ribbon or lace.

Simple DIY bouquets for spring wedding as featured on the Wedding Bistro at Bellenza from daffodils to baby

1 – A homegrown bouquet—literally plucked from the blogger’s garden—featuring sweet peas, daisies, thistles and cow parsley (a great tutorial from Whimsical Wonderland Weddings)

2 – We love the country charm of white daisies and muscari in this bridesmaid’s bouquet, created by Wild About Flowers.

3 – A sugary sweet dream made with pink vintage country roses and baby’s breath. (image by Live View Studios, via Bridal Musings)

4 – Such a sunny sight for spring! An all-daffodil bouquet in shades from golden yellow to creamy white, with a velvet ribbon wrap (a step-by-step guide thanks to Crafted Spaces).

5 – A frothy floral creation of daisies and gypsophelia (baby’s breath) from a real spring wedding (image by Camilla Arnhold Photography, via Boho Weddings)

6 – Perfect colors for a southwestern desert wedding, styled by Sachi Rose using succulents, blue thistle, orange pin cushions, peach garden roses,coral spray roses, orange ranunculus and pink wax flower (image by Mikkel Paige Photography, via Ruffled)

7 – Sweetness with a rustic air. This darling bunch of baby’s breath gathered with sisal twine is actually a grandmother’s corsage from a real wedding via Blogher, but could inspire a spring bouquet.

8 – These hand-tied nosegays of baby’s breath, lavender, and sweet peas are just the thing for a DIY barn wedding. (image by Katie Byram Photography, via Love My Dress)

Do you plan to make your own wedding bouquet? Let us know!

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