At Dietz Floral Studio, we have a light-hearted approach to wedding arrangements. Our philosophy is that flowers are a beautiful way to make celebrations brighter. Selecting flower varieties and designing bridal arrangements should be fun, not another detail to worry about as you plan your big day.
Peruse through this list of the top 10 most popular wedding flowers that we have designed to help brides express their personal style. Our list includes both timeless classics and fresh floral options for modern weddings. As you create a concept for your wedding arrangements, let your imagination go wild and your creativity blossom!
Floral styled shoot by Musgrove. Photographed by Corbin Gurkin. This wedding bouquet by Dietz Floral Design features yellow and light pink roses.
Considered the most romantic flower, roses are a popular staple for any wedding bouquet or arrangement. Roses are a classic choice among brides that has never gone out of style. What you may not know is that there are more than 150 different varieties of roses and they are available in nearly every color and hue a bride could desire.
This romantic wedding bouquet by Dietz Floral Design includes pink peonies, roses, cream-colored Persian buttercups and eucalyptus greenery. Photographed by Andrea Hallgren Photography from Cleveland, Ohio.
This wedding favorite not only makes a statement with its big, lush blossoms, but also with its strong, unmistakable perfume. Peonies come in many different varieties, but there are about 15 which are more commonly used in floral arrangements. Brides love the different shades of pink, cream and white peonies.
These floral centerpieces by Dietz Floral Design showcase pink lilies, roses, orange dahlias and succulent greenery.
It’s crazy how many different colors and varieties of lilies are out there. They range from elegant, single-colored, blossoms to fiery explosions of color. Lilies are a great choice for wedding arrangements; they have a cheerful, fresh scent and are symbolic for truth and honor.
This blue and white themed bridal bouquet includes white tulips, a single prickly blue thistle blossom, white Persian buttercups and eucalyptus greenery. Bouquet created by Dietz Floral Design for the Bell wedding. Photographed by Belle Ombre Photography from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
For spring brides, tulips are an absolute favorite. They are light, happy blossoms that are at their peak from March through May. Tulips come in almost any color from yellow to deep purple and can stand out or blend into virtually any wedding arrangement.
This mono-chromatic bridal bouquet showcases purple mini calla lilies, soft purple roses and violet tulips.
5. Calla Lilies
Nothing says elegance quite like the slender, architectural blossoms of calla lilies. The white variety is a popular choice for contemporary weddings, yet they can be found in some amazing colors. From yellow, pink, coral, violet and even black, calla lilies are tropical flowers that look great any time of year.
This natural styled bridal bouquet made by Dietz Floral Design has cream-colored roses, pink dahlias, burgundy carnations and a variety of different greenery. Photographed by Eagle Vision Photography in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Most brides don’t know that the meaning behind delicate dahlia blossoms is commitment. In fact, these flowers have been a popular summer and fall wedding pick for forever. Dahlias come in a dizzying array of colors and varieties, ranging from deep burgundy to white, with every pink and red hue in between.
This casual, yet elegant wedding centerpiece made by Dietz Floral Design includes small pink roses and ample sprays of Baby’s Breath. Photographed by Dale McDonaldfrom Cleveland, Ohio.
7. Baby’s Breath
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner;” Baby’s breath is not just a filler anymore. The flower itself symbolizes innocence, but it can make a bold statement when used in larger quantities. And because baby’s breath is relatively inexpensive and spreads out nicely within a floral arrangement, you can use it in all your wedding decorations and centerpieces.
This contemporary wedding centerpiece created by Dietz Floral Design includes spider mums, pink roses, burgundy carnations and a variety of greenery.
“Mum’s the word.” This understated flower is a favorite in wedding arrangements for many reasons. Chrysanthemums bloom in the late summer and are great for fall weddings because of their rich blossoms and deep colors. In addition to white and yellow, you can find mums in rich oranges and reds.
This modern wedding bouquet made by Dietz Floral Design has orange and yellow Persian buttercups, classic red roses, fuchsia carnations, ferns and eucalyptus greenery. Photographed by Andrea Hallgren Photographyin Cleveland, Ohio.
9. Persian Buttercups
Also called Ranunculus, Persian buttercups are popular in wedding bouquets even if many brides don’t know them by name. By the untrained eye, they are often mistaken for roses. Persian buttercups are a spring flower that is available in more than 24 different varieties. We love using these flowers at Dietz because they have tightly packed blossoms and bold, gorgeous colors.
This elegant all-white wedding centerpiece crafted by Dietz Floral Design includes white hydrangeas, white roses, white mums, ferns and other greenery. Photographed by This Lovely Light Photography in Cleveland, Ohio.
Soft hydrangea blossoms are a local favorite in Ohio. Brides love using fresh flowers that remind them of home. The deep blue shade, in particular, is unmistakable. Hydrangeas bloom in the summer, work well to add volume and height to floral arrangements and are moderately priced.
Design Your Wedding with Dietz Floral Studio
Our expert florists love working with brides designing floral arrangements to make their wedding special. To schedule a wedding consultation, contact Dietz Floral Studio in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio or at (330) 923-9747.
Be sure to check out our fun hands-on floral experience workshops.
Featured image of the Bell Wedding, July 2018.