By Louise Baltruschat Hollis
Sunflowers, aren’t they just the happiest and brightest of blooms? It’s no wonder you are considering a sunflower wedding bouquet.
If you are looking for ideas on how to incorporate sunflowers into your bridal flower arrangement, I have 30 bouquet ideas for you.
From small posies to opulent autumnal displays, you’ll be sure to find your dream bouquet here today. Ready? Let’s dive in.
Blue flowers really make sunflowers pop. So summery and pretty.
If you are going for a sunflower arrangement, go big and make a real impact walking up the aisle.
If yellow blooms aren’t colourful enough, add pink and blue hues for a multicoloured bouquet.
Yellow and purple are opposites on the colour wheel, which makes for a match made in floral heaven.
When in doubt use foliage as the perfect way to enhance sunflowers in your bouquet.
Planning a summer rustic wedding? Team sunflowers with seasonal blooms and hessian wrap.
Sunflowers come in many different varieties. That means shapes, sizes and colours can vary hugely. Ask your florist for different sunflower variety ideas.
Make your sunflower star of the show, with one single head mixed in with multiple stems.
This happy bouquet mixes bright pink dahlias and peonies with sunflowers perfectly.
If you are after an all-sunflower bouquet, add tiny gypsophila stems for added texture.
Sunflowers typically are large flowers, which is why they work so well with small blooms such as daisies and craspedia.
Tie up your bright bouquet with fun, colourful ribbons for extra pizzazz.
Take a classic white peony wedding bouquet and add a pop of vibrant yellow with a sunflower.
Artificial flowers can make for a great alternative to fresh blooms, and you can keep them too.
Yes, yellow blooms can work in harmony with red florals. Picture perfect!
Did you ever see prettier autumn wedding flowers? This bouquet features divine burnt orange sunflowers.
Don’t leave out your bridesmaids, make sure they have some zesty yellow bouquets too!
Some sunflowers reach huge proportions, so why not carry a single sunflower stem? They are super easy to grow yourself too.
Combine together a whole spectrum of flowers in fun colours.
The featured bouquet below uses sunflowers as a perfect structure for taller, daintier flowers.
Imagine just how beautiful your sunflower bouquet could smell with lavender sprigs too.
Paper flowers can look surprisingly realistic.
Natural bouquets have an imperfectly perfect quality that’s just so hard to beat. Perfect for boho brides!
I love how the florist added neutral dahlias to create a soft feel to this sunflower bridal bouquet.
Trailing red amaranthus adds a beautiful shape to this bride’s autumnal bouquet.
How stunning is this wildflower-style wedding bouquet? The sunflower sits beautifully in the middle as a real showstopper too.
Giving your bridesmaids greenery bouquets not only saves money but will really make your own arrangement shine.
Mid-sized bouquets are practical and pretty. Easy to carry and sit down whilst you enjoy your wedding meal.
Isn’t this round bouquet divine? It has a uniform shape but the array of flowers makes it super unique.
Harvest vibes all the way with this delightful orange autumn flower arrangement!
Photo: Gemma Williams Photography via A Rustic Winter Inspiration Shoot in Herefordshire Flowers: The Real Cut Flower Garden
There we have it, all the sunflower wedding bouquet ideas you'll ever need. Feel free to forward this blog post to your florist to share your ideas with them.
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