Ten Stunning Wedding Bouquets with Orchids

Add orchids, known to symbolize love, luxury, and strength, to your wedding bouquet for a delicate and exotic touch. Available in wide varieties, orchids offer various color options and textural feels. Whether it's the soft, sumptuous phalaenopsis orchid or the dancingly, playful oncidium orchid, there is an orchid that will suit your overall vision.

1. Loose & Natural Phalaenopsis orchids-
This elegant look features a bridal bouquet of all phalaenopsis orchids. The orchids are gathered in their natural state, draping organically down. Simple and elegant, this look is beautiful for any bride.

 Elegant Bliss Wedding Photography

Elegant Bliss Wedding Photography

 

2. Modern & Rich Mokara orchids-
With its rich orange color, this mokara orchid pairs beautifully with a mix of red blossoms for a contemporary color splash. Deep roses and bright red gomphrena blend to make a texturally sophisticated bouquet. 

 Eric Lauritis Photography

Eric Lauritis Photography

 

3. Rustic & Colorful with Oncidium and Mokara orchids-
These bridesmaids bouquets balance the perfect textural blend of blossoms to create a rustic farm look. Orange Mokara orchids blend well with lavender roses and blue delphinium, while bright pops of deliciously yellow oncidium orchids give textural height to the overall bouquet. 

 Stacie Kirkwood Photography

Stacie Kirkwood Photography

 Stacie Kirkwood Photography

Stacie Kirkwood Photography

 

4. Tight & Constructed Phalaenopsis orchids-
These richly white phalaenopsis orchids are a popular choice for bridal bouquets. Unlike our first bouquet with loose and natural shape, this bouquet has a more structural feel that is just as stunning. Blended with football mums and dusty miller these orchids add just the right amount of softness to the bouquet. 

 Hinkley Photo

Hinkley Photo

 

5. Citrusy Green Dendrobium orchids-
Tucked into these blossom-packed bridesmaid bouquets are rich jade green dendrobium orchids. They offer beautiful color with their green petals and ruby cores. A truly stunning mix of flowers. 

 Ashley O'Dell Photography

Ashley O'Dell Photography

 Ashley O'Dell Photography

Ashley O'Dell Photography

 

6. Ruffled, Magenta Cattleya orchids-
Who can argue the stunning color of a magenta cattleya orchid? Their delicately ruffled texture is perfect against the hearty red roses in this bouquet. Colorful, yet elegant. 

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7. Blush & Cream Cymbidium orchids-
The subtle touches of cymbidium blossoms in this bridal bouquet provide added texture and soft cream color. Blended with roses and ranunculus, the orchids are a delicate addition. 

 Lindsey Mae Photography

Lindsey Mae Photography

 Lindsey Mae Photography

Lindsey Mae Photography

 

8. Monochromatic Vanda orchids-
Did someone say purple? These vanda orchids are the perfect pop of color for this bride's monochromatic visions. Richly purple and full of soft texture these vandas are the star of the show.

 Stacie Kirkwood Photography

Stacie Kirkwood Photography

 Stacie Kirkwood Photography

Stacie Kirkwood Photography

 

9. White Phalaenopsis mixed with Green Cymbidium orchids-
This gorgeous bouquet is freshly green and textural. The balance of green cymbidium orchids with other green elements like fern tips and veronica balance beautifully with white phalaenopsis blossoms and white lisianthus. 

 Corinna Raznikov Photography

Corinna Raznikov Photography

 

10. Elegant Auburgine with Dendrobium and Mokara orchids-
Purple and orange are analogous colors and make a beautiful combination in this featured bridesmaid bouquet. Roses, hydrangea, calla lilies, and dendrobium orchids mix various shades of purple while pops of orange mokara orchids give hints of light throughout the bouquet.

 Nancy Gould Photography

Nancy Gould Photography

 Nancy Gould Photography

Nancy Gould Photography

 

 

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