6 Florals to Create a wild & natural bouquet

wildflowers for your wedding.jpg

Every bride has a different vision of what her wedding will look like.  Your flowers play a big part in creating that vision.  For some brides that vision includes natural florals that looked like they were picked in a field.  These stems will add a wildflower feel to your flower design.

wildflowers in bottles

Queen Anne’s Lace:

This flower can be found growing along fence lines and by fields around the area. Other similar looking flowers are Orlaya, Dara, or Yarrow.

Goldenrod (Solidago):

Blamed for everyone’s fall allergies, this “weed” is truly a beautiful filler flower. It adds eye-catching yellow color. Similar flowers are Astilbe and Estelle.

(Emily Rose Photography)

(Emily Rose Photography)

bee balm in a pitcher

Bee Balm:

This wildflower ranges from pink, purple, white, and red. It is a favorite of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Similar flowers would be asters or poms.


These tall spiky looking stems have bell shaped flowers ranging from purple to pink to peach. They add visual interest.

Sweet William:

These clusters of little flowers have graced flower beds for years. They are frequently found in purple, white, pink and bicolor.

Scabiosa (Pincushion):

These unique flowers have wavy stems and flowers ranging from blue-purple to almost black. They add a wild character to centerpieces.


Dainty flowers on tall stems, these florals add wild appeal. They are found in yellow, pink, blue, and purples.

wildflowers foxglove columbine