Petite bouquets that make a big statement (and a big saving!)
1. This delicate little beauty by Bella Botanica is adorned with peonies and a sweet pink bow.
2. These enchanted little bouquets by The French Touch, which include lily of the valley for the bride and hydrangea, roses, and astilbe for the bridesmaids.
3. This stunning posy of purple-hued sweet peas and lavender.4. This charming petite bouquet by Petite Fleurs.
4. This charming petite bouquet by Petite Fleurs.
5. Enchanted Florist’s adorable and dainty bridesmaids bouquets.
6. Wallflower’s sweet little summer bouquet of blooms.
7. This petite posy is entirely composed of baby’s breath.
8. This chic and vibrant bouquet by Flowershop features Claire de Lune peonies, coral peonies, and white daisies.
9. Dundrum Blooms’ exquisite pink and white posies.
10. Emma’s Home and Garden’s delicate pink astilbe bouquet.
11. Sweet Sarabelle’s simply elegant bouquet.
12. This delectable Autumnal arrangement was created by Bloominous Wedding Flowers.
13. This sweet, simple spray of dried flowers is available on Etsy from Boho Bouquets.
14. Jaclyn Journey’s mismatched beauty is composed of white roses and lush greenery, an ideal colour combination for small wedding bouquets.
15. Ciara Harte Barry created this vibrant arrangement of whites and greens for the bridesmaids.
16. Rock Paper Scissors Events created this adorable all-white peony posy.
17. Jennifer Laraia Designs created this elegant rose and protea bouquet.
18. Flowers by Janie created this petite winter posy with Quicksand roses, viburnum berries, astilbe, Black Pearl gerberas, and dusty miller foliage.
19. Horticulture Florists created this bright arrangement of yellow wildflowers.
20. A Room in Bloom’s delicate arrangement of roses and lilies
Consider Bringing A Small Wedding Bouquet? What You Should Know…
Small wedding bouquets can be classic or rustic, retro or wild; however, if they do not work for your bridal look, they may be ideal for your bridesmaids!
Petite posies are best made with miniature blooms such as gypsophila (baby’s breath), lavender, and the majority of Irish wildflowers, but they can be made with almost any flower if the ratio is correct.
If you’re set on a particularly pricey variety, such as peonies, a small bouquet of just a few of these flowers is an acceptable compromise. Your florist will have additional suggestions for cost-cutting measures.