Every season boasts its own uniquely stunning blooms, but we’d argue nothing rivals the bounty and beauty of springtime flowers. Whether you’re entertaining or looking for everyday arrangements—and whether you’re shopping the flower market or your own backyard—read on to get inspired by our favorite spring bouquets.
Simple and Statement-Making
With their striking black centers, white anemones make a graphic statement in a simple white pitcher. Photo by Lesley Unruh.
Seek out colorful striped tulips for a playful update on a classic spring arrangement. Photo by Nicole LaMotte.
A dense bouquet of pink peonies is a favorite for spring and summer. Photo by Tara Donne.
White hydrangea blooms in an oversize vase make for an elegant (and supersimple) large-scale arrangement. Fill it out with a few greenery clippings for an even more lush look. Photo by Tony Vu.
A mix of bright pink and orange ranunculus and roses adds a touch of spring color to the kitchen. Photo by Manuel Rodriguez.
Thanks to their pom-pom-like shape, bristly sarsaparillas are an appropriately airy bloom for warmer months. Photo by Marili Forastieri.
With their lush pink blooms, cherry blossom branches are the epitome of spring florals—and still look lovely once the petals start to shed.
A mix of tree branches—any variety with smaller leaves will do—adds an easy rustic accent to any space. Photo by Nicole LaMotte.
White flowering branches—which can be cut directly from your yard if you’re lucky enough to have a blooming tree—create a welcoming arrangement in the entry. Photo by Lesley Unruh.
Long white apple blossom branches are just the right amount of unruly. Photo by Joe Schmelzer.
Pink peonies and orange-red roses provide a contrasting pop of color in this cool-hued kitchen. Vary the stem lengths of the flowers to add drama and height. Photo by Cheng Lin.
Create a showstopping centerpiece with a mix of open and closed tulips in range of colors and varieties. Try leaving some stems long so they’ll drape elegantly over the sides of the vessel. Photo by Lesley Unruh.
An arrangement of white hydrangeas and pink calcynias pairs with rosemary sprigs to make use of leftover herbs from the garden. Photo by Cheng Lin.
Fluffy white peonies are the perfect match for butter-hued poppies and white accent flowers. Photo by Frank Tribble.
Lively pink echinaceas, mums, and pink dogwood branches create a striking contrast to a heavy ceramic vessel. Photo by Manuel Rodriguez.
A large white protea adds an unexpected twist to an arrangement of white roses, peonies, hydrangeas, and calcynias. Photo by Lesley Unruh.
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