When it comes to designing stunning wedding bouquets with tulips, we florists are spoilt for choice. Crinkly, curly petals, frilly edged petals, stripy petals, double-headed tulips, tulips with deep black centres, dainty pastel colours, bold and vivid hues… the options are endless. And then there is the question of whether to use tulips on their own or combined with other flowers and foliage. That comes down to your overall wedding theme.
So to provide ideas and inspiration for excited brides-to-be, we’ve trawled the internet for our favourite wedding bouquets with tulips. Below are twelve of our top-pick tulip bouquets, enjoy!
A beautiful combination of fragrant white gardenias and tulips…
A timeless design of clustered white or soft, soft pink tulips without greenery or any other flower detracting from their streamlined beauty.
An ivory and soft, pale pink round wedding posy featuring perfumed David Austin roses, lisianthus and double tulips. Divine!
Crisp white and green parrot tulips, dainty sprigs of lily of the valley, roses, hypericum berries, mini calla lilies and ranunculus in a sweet rounded wedding posy.
The prettiest mix of hyacinth, roses, tulips and silvery dusty miller foliage…
A large rounded wedding posy featuring a tight cluster of parrot tulips, poppies, ranunculus and succulents. Very spring!
A ‘vintage-country style’ dainty posy of pale lemon tulips, succulents and daisies…
Downton Abby-inspired trailing wedding bouquet with tulips and green hanging amaranth cascading from a cluster of peachy old fashioned roses.
A loose style wedding bouquet featuring a glorious peachy pink combination of tulips, hellebores, frilly bearded iris and ranunculus. Love!
Vivid fat pink peonies combined with frilly coral tulips and silvery eucalyptus foliage.
A splash of colour and country-style theming… A wedding bouquet with peachy parrot tulips, yellow double headed daffodils and perfumed jonquils.
A loose ‘woodsy’ wedding bouquet in soft apricot and silver featuring tulips, heirloom roses, scented tuberoses, peach yarrow and silverberry foliage.
What’s your favourite? So hard to choose… A good wedding florist will be able to guide you as to what is available at the time of your wedding. Your choice of wedding dress and bridesmaid dresses, plus ceremony venue should all be factored into your overall choice of style.
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