Spring Wedding Bouquets That Bloom with Beauty

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Ranunculus and sweet pea lend a sweet softness to this classic horizontal bouquet; photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

Ranunculus and sweet pea lend a sweet softness to this classic horizontal bouquet. / Photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

Just as gown styles come and go and the latest updo may or may not involve braids a la Game of Thrones, floral trends for weddings are equally as fickle.

For help, we reached out to Benjamin Newbold, creative director of Floral & Events for Winston Flowers, to find out some of the hottest spring wedding bouquets for upcoming nuptials. Here are a few tips he shared for giving your bouquet that extra “wow” factor.

Flowers blend with texture through astilbe, bouvardia, nicotiana, Queen Anne’s Lace, veronica, sedum, viburnum berries and dahlias; Photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

Flowers blend with texture through astilbe, bouvardia, nicotiana, Queen Anne’s Lace, veronica, sedum, viburnum berries, and dahlias. / Photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

This garden style bouquet features blush roses, hosta, sarracenia, sea oats, delphinium, sahara roses and symphoricarpos berries; Photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

This garden-style bouquet features blush roses, hosta, sarracenia, sea oats, delphinium, sahara roses, and symphoricarpos berries. / Photo courtesy of Winston Flowers

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