12 Astonishing Wedding Bouquets

You can have astonishing wedding bouquets, whether you choose from some of the prettiest bridal bouqets from 2013 or some brilliant bridal bouqet ideas for 2014.

When it comes to selecting your wedding bouquets, you should first consult our handy infographic to help you determine if your wedding flowers are in seasonFor example, as we detailed in 7 fresh ways to use hydrangeas hydrangeas are in season in Summer and Fall, come in the colors of white, blue, pink, green and purple. Hydrangeas bloom full, dry beautifully and are great for round arrangements.

Because wedding flowers can be pricey, you may want to take the do-it-yourself route when it comes to your wedding flowers.  We have featured a number of excellent DIY tutorials for wedding flowers and bouquets, including our lovely DIY Spring Bouquet tutorial and our excellent DIY tutorial on how to make wedding centerpieces from grocery store flowersand the DIY tutorial for a wedding flowers dry run

Here are 12 astonishing wedding bouquets, from Belle The Magazine: 

We’ve come to know from our experiences that finding the one can be a challenge, the right bouquet that is. This is afterall, one of the most important days of your life and you never want to look back and say, “what was I thinking?!” So, for this month’s series of “12 stunning Wedding Bouquets,” we’ve searched the good and the ugly to help ease the pain of trying to find your beloved and found some of the most gorgeous bouquets you have ever laid your beautiful eyes on. So if you’re ready… enter with caution, this may cause excitement overload, but don’t worry… it’s nothing a good glass of wine won’t fix. Enjoy love bugs!

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Angel’s Ink Photography // Design: Belle of the Ball Designs // via Le Magnifique Blog}
Angel’s Ink Photography// via: Le Magnifique}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: George Street Photo and Video // via Hitched with Huff}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay Photography // Florist: Tiger Lily Weddings // via Ruffled}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photography: JoPhoto // Flowers:  L.B. Floral  // via The Bride Link}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Photography by Gema  // Florist: La Tee Da Flowers  // via Story Board Wedding}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Catherine Mac // Floral Design + Via Fleur Le Cordeur}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Anni Cee // via Hey Girl}


BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photography: Erica Ann  // Flowers: Sophisticated Floral Designs // via Flirty Fleurs}

BELOW IMAGE CREDITS {Photographer: Kelly Dillon Photography // Floral Design: Exquisite Linens And Florals // via Style Me Pretty}