Need some wedding flowers inspiration? In our gallery, find the perfect flowers for your ceremony and explore some unique and elegant wedding floral arrangements.
On "Battle of the Wedding Designers," this couple ties the knot under a canopy of white flowers. The fullness at the top is nicely balanced by the spare, strong branches that support the canopy.
White isn't just "winter wonderland," as this image from "Battle of the Wedding Designers" illustrates. Clean, crisp hues of white in the table linens, chair covers and lounge area are set off the dark wood floral containers.
The extra-large vases marking the aisle here are filled nearly to the brim with water and surprisingly delicate sprays of flowers. This scheme from "Battle of the Wedding Designers" is custom-crafted to make guests look twice.
Experts from "Battle of the Wedding Designers" know that the best way to complement a richly colored bridesmaid's dress is with a clean, simple bouquet. These bridesmaids hold long-stemmed calla lilies.
Bride Bridgett from "Four Weddings" holds a gold mask in one hand and a small, full posy in the other. Her little bouquet has white, yellow and gold accents to complement her sleek champagne wedding dress.
"Four Weddings" bride Danielle chooses a classic bouquet of pink roses, which symbolize gratitude. Carrying pink roses is a nice way to honor your parents.
Bride Emilee from "Four Weddings" goes for classic-with-a-twist flowers. Her vibrant pink roses are just shy of being long-stemmed, and they're tied with a Tiffany-blue bow.
On "Four Weddings," bride Jeanette carries yellow roses, which symbolize friendship. While nosegays (small, round bouquets of tightly packed flowers) are typically framed with greenery, her bouquet is all roses!
"Four Weddings" bride Lauren takes the yellow rose nosegay to a funky new level by framing the flowers with bright orange tropical leaves.
Bride Raiza from "Four Weddings" makes a statement with a homespun bouquet crafted from buttons and layers of flowing tulle and ribbons.
Tonya carries a loose posy of pink and white roses on "Four Weddings." While roses are traditional go-to blooms for many brides, there's a lot of diversity in the color of roses and the ways the flowers are grouped and arranged.
Roses are a natural choice for the bride's bouquet as well as venue décor. In this arrangement from "Masters of Reception," romantic red roses, spare sculptural branches and greenery are tucked in slender silver vases.
When your ceremony venue is this beautiful and ornate, you can let the room make the statement and choose flowers that offer a soft complement to the atmosphere. In this "Wedded to Perfection" design, clusters of yellow flowers bend gently over the altar.
For a "Wedded to Perfection" design scheme that mixes classic and contemporary, only the bold and beautiful calla lily will do! Here, they're arranged with big leaves of greenery for extra impact.
As the experts from "Wedded to Perfection" know, table arrangements must be low or high enough that guests seated across from one another can make conversation. These arrangements of dramatic elephant ears and orchids reach new heights!
Same venue, but a view from above emphasizes the importance of adding illumination in any floral scheme. "Wedded to Perfection" designers have added ivory candles of assorted heights and shapes to set off the centerpieces.
When ceilings soar, so should your centerpieces! These floral arrangements by "Wedded to Perfection" designers incorporate tall branches with blooming flowers among sturdy small pots of pink and green blooms.
Faux weds flourescence in this whimsical "Wedded to Perfection" design at the seating cards table. Single blooms in bud vases can make a big visual impact and cost far less than tightly packed arrangements.
Welcome to my fairy tale -- excuse me, wedding reception! Create a romantic atmosphere like this scene from "Wedded to Perfection" by pairing blooms with complementary lighting. A soft lilac hue illuminates the room with a mystical air.
This "Wedded to Perfection" design mixes circus with seriously chic. For a big top effect, add colorful panels to your tent and accent chubby pots of pink roses with tall, unwieldy candelabras, which give the illusion of votives being juggled.