Top 28 Trending Wedding Colors for Bridal Bouquets in 2024

Your bridal bouquet is more than just a regular floral arrangement. When you carry it down the aisle, it becomes part of your ensemble. It can capture the overall theme of your wedding and complete your bridal look. So, choosing the right color palette is essential.

With an entire rainbow of options to choose from, finding the right colors for your bouquet can feel overwhelming. That’s where trending wedding colors can help you find inspiration for your overall look. Discover 2024’s trending wedding color combos below, and learn 28 ways you can use them in your wedding bouquet.

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What are the Newest Trending Wedding Colors in 2024?

Trends are flexible and can come and go like the four seasons — and there’s no shame in totally ignoring them and stepping to the beat of your own wedding march.

But if you’re not sure what direction to take for your color palette, trending wedding colors can provide an excellent starting place. After all — other couples have already done the hard work of choosing gorgeous colors for you. You just have to follow in their footsteps and put your spin on it.

2024 Wedding Color Trends

Pink Shades

Pink is a romantic color choice for any season. But bold pink shades, like Magenta, are having a moment, thanks to the ongoing Barbiecore trend.

Wedding in pink shades

Earthy Neutrals

Warm and earthy colors, like brown, beige, or rust, are always a wedding classic. We expect them to keep thriving in 2024. You can use these trending wedding colors to bring depth and richness to your color palette or let them stand alone to capture rustic beauty. 

Wedding in  Earthy Neutrals

Deep or Dramatic Colors

In 2024, wedding experts expect an uptick in more dramatic or bold colors — think rich red, blue, or purple. You’ll likely see pastel tones offset by brighter or bolder variations of the same color, like pairing soft dusty blue with rich navy. 

Wedding in deep burgundy tones

Green Palettes

Green is always a welcome support in floral arrangements. But this year, wedding experts expect to see it take center stage, either with green flowers or by pairing greenery with soft or neutral flowers to let them shine.

Wedding in refershing green tones

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The exact trends you choose to follow could depend on a few different factors — like the overall vibe you want for your bridal bouquet or your wedding as a whole.

Let’s look at some of the ways you can use these unique trendy color palettes in your wedding bouquet during each season.

Spring Wedding Bouquet Colors

When flowers bloom and trees blossom to life, romance is in the air in the spring. Romantic and trendy color combos that could heighten your bridal look this season include:

Lilac and Gold

At your wedding, you become a princess for the day. If you want a bouquet fit for your very own royal wedding, consider using rich purple tones, like those in this cascading bridal bouquet in lilac and gold

Cascade bridal bouquet in lilac and gold
Soft lilac flowers, like roses and gardenias, capture the whimsical spirit of springtime, while pops of rich purple flowers provide a hint of bold color. Pairing rich purple together with its pastel counterpart takes advantage of 2024’s bold color trends while still preserving springy vibes.

As a finishing touch, small golden leaves provide a delicate accent, like an elegant filigree. It’s a picture of regal charm fit for a princess bride.

Garden Blush

Sweet, soft pinks are abundant in the spring landscape – lucky for you, since pink is also a key 2024 color trend. This whimsical bridal bouquet combines shades of gentle blush pink with white accent flowers and lush, light greenery. If you want to be the star of a Garden party wedding, this petite bouquet will be your perfect accessory. 

A bride holding a blush bouquet

Dusty Rose and Mauve

Dusty rose is one of our favorite shades for any season. This soft, neutral pink captures 2024’s trend toward pink shades without overwhelming your overall bridal look. 

This dusty rose and mauve bridal bouquet creates a passionate look that’s perfect for elegant spring weddings. Accents like cornflower and berries provide rich textural interest to the dusty rose blossoms, while the rich mauve flowers enhance the overall vintage effect. It’s a great way to take advantage of pink color trends without going full Barbie.

Free form bridal bouquet in dusty rose and mauve

Passionate Pink & Blush

Of course, maybe going full Barbie is exactly what you want! In that case, this Passionate Pink bridal bouquet could be right up your alley. 

The vibrant pink roses and dahlias command attention, while blush-tinted florals form a softer gradient of color. We also love the subtle pops of yellow, which complement the look without drawing attention away from the trendy pink. It’s girly, bright, and perfect for a Barbiecore bride.

A bride holding a pink bouquet

Valentine Magenta

For another playful take on a bold pink bridal bouquet, consider blending Magenta with neutral shades.

In this Valentine-inspired bouquet, Magenta roses capture deep, rich romance. The champagne-neutral florals create a subtle yet sweet base. We also love the use of texture as a finishing touch, like the sprigs of pampas grass that add height. 

A bride holding a pink bouquet

Dusty Rose and Cream

If you fancy a softer or sweeter take on pink color trends, consider pairing dusty rose with lighter pink florals and cream tones.

In this dusty rose & cream bridal bouquet, dusty rose flowers blend together with delicate baby pink roses and cream tones. The combination of subtle but stunning pink tones create a romantic and feminine design touch that’s perfect for new spring romance. Plus, the bountiful freeform design reminds us of flowers springing from the ground. It’s chic and trendy, yet timeless and sophisticated.

Free form bridal bouquet in dusty rose and cream

Romantic Marsala

If you’re planning a wedding that takes place on the border of winter and spring, deep and rich marsala tones could bridge the gap between seasons — and help you perfect the 2024 wedding color trend toward rich tones.

Consider carrying a romantic marsala bouquet like this one. Blushing roses in soft pink and white capture springtime romance, while unique silk marsala blossoms like ranunculus and dandelion, breathe passion into your bouquet. The greenery helps tie the look together with a fresh and verdant cascade that’s beautiful in a fresh new season.

Cascade bridal bouquet in romantic marsala

Summer Wedding Bouquet Colors

A season of wild beauty in full bloom, summer is a time for beach weddings and adventures with your partner. Summery color combos that could elevate your bridal bouquet include:

Navy Blue

If you’re staging your summer wedding by the ocean or a sparkling blue lake, navy tones could help capture the cool vibes of refreshing water. So, consider a bridal bouquet in noble navy blue.

Free form bridal bouquet in dutsy blue and navy

Here, the navy flowers like poppies and roses add a bold and unique flare, perfect for summer, while the white supporting flowers offer an airiness that complements your dress. It’s a gorgeous finishing touch for waterside weddings that celebrates a bold, trendy palette.

Dusty Blue and Navy

Do you love the cool and crisp feeling of navy, but want something softer for your bridal look? Try choosing a bouquet that breaks up the boldness of navy with dusty blue — like this dusty blue wedding bouquet.

Round bridal bouquet in dusty blue

The pale dusty blue roses help balance out the pops of bold navy, while offering a unique color gradient between blue and white. It’s a beautiful blend of soft and cool shades that evoke the feeling of a refreshing dip in the water on a hot summer day. If you’re not totally sold on going full bold, this subtle gradation of color provides a more accessible take on the current trends.

Dusty Rose and Navy

Of course, navy could also make a crisp and trendy accent color alongside other shades in your color palette, such as dusty rose.

In this gorgeous dusty rose and navy wedding bouquet, dusty pink roses form the main body of the bouquet, while the occasional touch of navy offers a rich touch of coolness. The romantic pink tones help keep the bouquet feeling feminine and light — but that beautiful and bold accent that’s ideal for brides who love to experiment with color.

Cascade bridal bouquet in dusty rose and navy

Plus, with both soft pink and bold blue shades, this bouquet features two color trends for the price of one. Double win!

Peaches and Sunflower

Do you love to spend your summer nights savoring homemade peach cobbler on the porch? This whimsical peach bridal bouquet was made with you in mind.

In this free-form design, flowers in whimsical Peach tones create a playful color story that reminds us of a warm summer day. The sunflower accents add radiance to enhance your bridal glow. These soft and natural flowers provide a fun way to play with the current trend toward neutral and earthy shades. Plus, the delicate textured ribbon lends a vintage vibe to the overall look. 

A bride holding a sunflower bouquet

Pearl & Blush Pink

A bride holding a pink bouquet

Want to feel like a mermaid on your wedding day? Try incorporating shimmery shades into your bridal bouquet, like in this Glowing Blush & Pearl bridal bouquet. 

Soft pink roses form a gorgeous foundation for the floral arrangement, while luminous accents, like the textured ribbon, provide the perfect touch of pearlescence. We love how the relaxed, free-form shape channels go with the flow vibes. It’s a gorgeous bouquet for destination weddings, or for infusing beachy vibes into your summer bridal look. 

Lemonade Yellow

If you want a bouquet that matches your radiant disposition, this Lemonade Yellow option could complete your summer bridal look.

Bright yellow flowers, like gardenias, dahlias, roses and peonies, swirl together like a lemony sorbet. The wild greenery base reminds us of a blossoming garden, and we especially love the free-spirited draping vines. It’s perfect for brides who want a bright and refreshing color story!

A bride holding a yellow bouquet

Fall Wedding Bouquet Colors

As the world becomes an explosion of color, autumn provides a beautiful opportunity to experiment with warm and vibrant colors. Trendy color combinations to consider for a fall wedding bouquet include:

Scarlett & Orange

This color palette takes full advantage of the trend towards bold colors with bright and passionate Scarlett. Rich orange and neutral brown complete the autumnal color story, while wildflower accents and dry leaves evoke the feeling of a fall meadow. It’s rich, deep, and ideal for brides who want to embrace color. 

Free form bridal bouquet in scarlet and orange

Rust and Sepia

Fond of the more dusky shades of late fall? In this rustic wedding bouquet, shades of rust and sepia work together to evoke a stunning color story that celebrates 2024’s affinity for neutral tones. Elegant sprigs of pampas grass add texture and height to the design, while a small string of delicate pearls heightens the vintage mood.

Cascade bridal bouquet in rust and sepia

The overall warm and rich tones remind us of treasured sepia photographs or polaroids. And though it captures current color trends, it evokes timelessness in your photographs on your wedding day.

Sunset Terracotta

If you want to summon the gorgeous beauty of a romantic sunset or an autumn forest, this gorgeous terracotta bouquet could help you do the trick.

Free form bridal bouquet in sunset terracotta

The rich terracotta roses and dahlias range in tone from rich and bold, to soft and neutral, creating a gorgeous bridal gradient that’s warm and inviting. The earthy neutral shades help you hit this key 2024 color trend, while the moody terracotta evokes a bold touch of color.

It’s two color trends rolled into one bouquet — and the overall vintage design helps keep it feel completely classic.

Lavender & Orange 

You might associate soft purple florals, like lavender, with spring. But these elegant tones can work beautifully with autumnal orange. 

In this large free-form design, soft purple orchids and roses form a lush cascade, while the burnt orange roses and dry leaf accents bring in the essence of fall. It’s an excellent way to honor the season while still creating a more unique color story. 

A bride holding a purple bouquet

Dark Teal and Burnt Orange

To bring refreshing vibes into your autumn bouquet, consider pairing a warmer shade with a sophisticated cool color.

In this dark teal and orange wedding bouquet, autumnal orange roses bring bursts of warmth to the look, while shades of rich and dark teal help balance the look and provide a relaxing mystique. Matching ribbons in dark teal and orange finish the bouquet and cascade together, like autumn leaves falling beside a waterfall. It’s a bouquet that reminds us of a crisp September afternoon spent by the lake.

Free form bridal bouquet in dark teal and burnt orange

Orange & Denim

For a brighter take on a complimentary palette, try combining orange with a softer shade of blue, like denim.

In this free-form bridal bouquet, bold Russet Orange dahlias and roses shine like autumnal trees. The complementary blue florals help them look even warmer and richer. Combined with the fall leaf accents, it creates a stunning color combination for fall brides. 

A bride holding a blue and orange bouquet

Orange and Black

Do you leave your Halloween decorations up year-round? If so, this spectacular orange bridal bouquet was designed with you in mind.

Free form bridal bouquet in black and pumpkin orange

A combination of dramatic black roses and burgundy accents convey a sophisticated and mysterious autumnal vibe, while pops of pumpkin orange help tie the look together. If you want to hit the trend toward bold, rich, or dark colors, you can’t do much better than this color combo.

The adorable mini pumpkin accents are our faves! They help add the perfect dash of whimsical Halloween charm to a bridal bouquet that’s tailor-made for alternative or holiday weddings.

Orange & Twilight Purple 

Want a color combination that’s even moodier than Black & Orange? Try adding purple into the mix! 

In this Halloween-inspired bouquet, dusky Twilight Purple flowers and leaves evoke witchy vibes, while the Orange accents add a touch of fall warmth. Combined with deep black roses, this design inspires magic and mystery that’s ideal for alternative brides. It would look especially stunning when paired alongside a black wedding gown. 

A bride holding a bouquet in black and purple

Winter Wedding Bouquet Colors

The world hibernates in the winter, allowing sparkling snow to blanket the trees while you cuddle up by the fire indoors. Trendy color combos we love for winter bridal bouquets include:

Burgundy and Navy

If you want to sparkle when you glide down the aisle on your wedding day, a burgundy and navy bridal bouquet could help you do the trick.

Cascade bridal bouquet in burgundy and navy

This burgundy and navy bridal bouquet features deep and luxurious jewel tones perfect for bringing warmth to your winter look. Rich burgundy and red flowers provide an elegant take on this 2024 color trend, while the pops of navy blue add a dazzling and cool accent that ties the look together. The overall effect will help you shine like a radiant jewel in your wedding photos.

Burgundy and White

If you want a more light or bright way to style burgundy flowers, consider pairing them with cool and pure white, like in this burgundy bridal bouquet.

Cascade bridal bouquet in burgundy and white

Sultry burgundy roses, camellias, and orchids set a warm stage, while the white florals balance the look with an airy touch of brightness. It reminds us of snow sprinkled over autumn leaves. If you’re looking for a beautiful bouquet that honors the transition period between autumn and winter, this bouquet could elevate your look. This is also a beautiful way to blend classical white tones together with current bouquet trends. 

Burgundy and Dusty Rose

Consider combining burgundy with a trendy dusty rose, like in this elegant burgundy and dusty rose bridal bouquet.

Cascade bridal bouquet in burgundy and dusty rose

Burgundy orchids cascade in the breeze, while roses and gardenias provide a soft and romantic touch to warm your heart on a chill winter’s day. As a finishing touch, strands of elegant pearls hang alongside fluttering ribbons like an heirloom necklace. It’s a perfect bouquet to carry down the aisle on a Valentine’s Day wedding.

Moody Burgundy & Black

Who says black is only for Halloween weddings? This deep and dusky bridal bouquet combines two dramatic colors, Burgundy & Black, for maximum intensity. A blend of sultry roses, peonies, dahlias, and gardenias work together to capture glamorous old-Hollywood vibes. At the same time, the snowy white accent flowers break up the look and keep it from feeling too heavy. It’s one of our favorite bouquet color combinations for brides who love moody aesthetics!

A bride holding a bouquet in black and red

White and Beige

Looking for a more romantic or elegant way to style wintery white? Take a cue from this magnificent white and beige bridal bouquet.

Free form bridal bouquet in white and beige

This bouquet pairs beige, nude pink, and soft gold tones with white and cream to create a beautiful kaleidoscope of wintry shades. The combination of warm and neutral tones takes advantage of 2024 trends while maintaining a timeless and elegant design. We're especially fond of the feathery pampas grass accents, which add lovely texture and almost remind us of feathers.

Christmas Red

If you’re planning a holiday wedding, take inspiration from the centerpiece at the heart of your holiday decorations — your Christmas tree.

This festive Christmas bridal bouquet features a rich holiday palette of sparkling red. The evergreen pine branches help provide a cheerful and unique texture — they’re a wonderful way to feature greenery in the winter and still keep your bouquet feeling seasonal.

Free form bridal bouquet in Christmas red and sparkle

As a finishing touch, the sparkling red berries remind us of ornaments on a tree. It’s a must-have bridal bouquet for brides tying the knot during the holiday season.

Champagne Christmas

Deep red isn’t the only way you can bring holiday cheer to your wedding color palette. This wintery bridal bouquet incorporates shades of metallic Champagne and gold. Emerald green roses and winter greenery form a lush base for the bouquet. When you carry it down the aisle, you’re sure to feel like the angel crowning the top of a tree.

A bride holding a bouquet in champagne color


In 2024, you can expect to see bold and rich tones take the stage at weddings, alongside warm and earthy shades. At the same time, colors like pink and green are always trendy, and classic white will never go out of style at the altar.

You can take inspiration from the stunning colors of the four seasons to create timeless bouquet styles that take advantage of these unique color trends. And if you need an easy way to find the stylish bouquet to complete your dream bridal look, Ling’s Moment can help you out.

Ling’s features premade faux floral bridal bouquets in 28+ designer color palettes with new colors launching every season to take advantage of the latest bridal trends. You can easily find a gorgeous bridal bouquet that’ll never wilt or fade, so you can keep it forever as a memento of your wedding day.

Or, if you’re feeling creative, you can roll up your sleeves and design your own wedding bouquet with Ling’s DIY flower boxes. These kits come with all the gorgeous flowers and greenery you need to create a bouquet in whatever trendy color palette you choose. You can even create your own custom palette by combining different boxes to put your own personal stamp on your wedding day.

Designer flower box in dusty rose and navy designer flower box in sunset terracotta

But whether your bridal bouquet is premade or handmade, just remember — color trends are only a tool you can use to inform your decisions. You can either honor them or ignore them, depending on your personal taste and your vision for your bridal bouquet. At the end of the day, there’s only one opinion that matters: Yours.

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Brooke Helton


Brooke Helton is a freelance writer with a passion for vintage style. As an editor for Ling's Moment, she loves empowering couples in all aspects of wedding planning.  From the overall aesthetic to minute budgeting, she’ll help you realize your dream wedding.

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