27 Romantic Red Wedding Bouquets

27 Romantic Red Wedding Bouquets

Romantic red wedding bouquets are perfect for nearly every wedding season, but we especially love these punchy bundles of blooms for a Valentine's Day wedding. After all, red is the indisputable color of passion, conveying love and romance whether they're the color of the flowers delivered to your doorstep as a sweet surprise from your partner or the hue of your wedding bouquet. Not only do these pretty petals evoke the Valentine's Day holiday spirit (in a non-cheesy way), but red wedding bouquets can really up the romance at your wedding no matter the time of year.

There are endless ways to create your berry-toned bouquet. You can opt for something incredibly statement making, brimming with crimson blooms and overflowing with greenery. You can also go for a more moody look by choosing flowers in dark red hues (think oxblood dahlias and burgundy peonies). Or if you're searching for a more understated or summery vibe, consider a red-and-white mix of blossoms that feels fresh and bright. We told you red bouquets can work for any wedding season!

And with many of the prettiest wedding flowers available in red shades, you can feature just about any bloom you like and still create the perfect ruby-hued bouquet. Use classic roses, garden roses, peonies, clematis, anemones, or ranunculus for your red details. Another plus to toting a red bouquet on your big day? It will truly pop against your wedding dress, especially if you plan to marry in the fall or winter (hello stunning snowy wedding photos). With little color to compete in your backdrop, your red bouquet will take center stage.

Also, red blossoms vibe with any type of wedding. Whether you're throwing a classic ballroom celebration, a chic city fГЄte, a rustic barn bash, or a seaside soirГ©e, a crimson bouquet will complement the setting.

Thinking of carrying a romantic red wedding bouquet down the aisle? Scroll below to see 27 examples of these beautiful blooms.

Photo by Lauren Scotti

The large king protea adds a slightly summery vibe to this rich, moody red bouquet.

Photo by Jenny Losee Photography; Florals by Rust and Thistle

With red and pink roses and ranunculus, this is the ultimate Valentine's Day wedding bouquet!

Photo by Steve Cowell Photography; Florals by Honey & Poppies

Deep red dahlias and organic eucalyptus leaves come together in this gorgeous floral arrangement.

Photo by Lilly Red

This red wedding bouquet, complete with a long gauzy ribbon and trailing greenery, just screams tropical. Couldn't you see this bundle of blooms at a destination wedding?

Photo by Christy Cassano

For her walk down the aisle, Danika chose a dramatic bouquet of anthurium, peonies, orchids, garden roses, and hand-painted palms in red, pink, and peachy hues.

Photo by Allen Tsai; Florals by RLove Floral

This all-red wedding bouquet is giving us IRL heart-eyes.

Photo by Big Bear Photo Co.; Florals by Siren Floral Co.

A lush arrangement of red, pink, and burgundy blooms? It's love at first sight!

Photo by Dan Kethley

Pro tip: Have your bridesmaids carry white blooms, so your bold red wedding bouquet has no problem standing out!

Photo by Judy Pak Studio

Instead of wintery burgundy or fiery scarlet, this bride chose berry-hued blooms for her red wedding bouquet.

Photo by Mallory Sparkles

It doesn't get much more romantic than the quintessential red rose. This bouquet gets a unique twist though, thanks to the inclusion of waratah, lush greenery, and branches of berries.

Photo by Anna's Photography

Holy monochrome! We love this bride's ruby red bouquet and matching crushed velvet dress.

Photo by The Brauns

Throwing a cold-weathered wedding? These wintery bouquets, overflowing with red blooms, greenery, and sprigs of berries, would perfectly complement a seasonal soirГ©e.

Photo by Danielle Sabol; Florals by Leslie Acevedo of Everly Alaine Florals

Dotting a red wedding bouquet with a few white or cream-hued flowers can add dimension to the arrangement.

Photo by Van Middleton; Florals by Bower Botanicals

We love how intentionally unstructured this stunning spray of red and pink roses and white orchids is, giving the bouquet an organic, freshly picked vibe.

Photo by Clark + Walker Studio

Liz's seasonal-hued bouquet, featuring garden roses, bay leaf, eucalyptus, ranunculus, cymbidium orchids, and trailing vines, is just perfect for an autumn wedding.

Photo by Katie Edwards Photography

At their Arizona wedding, both brides carried bouquets of protea and red roses.

Photo by Alyssa Nikole Photography

This bouquet of eucalyptus leaves and fiery red and bright pink peonies and roses has 'summer wedding' written all over it.

Photo by Blossom Daisy Creative

The white dahlias, roses, and anemones in this bouquet make the red blooms truly pop.

Photo by Amber Gress Photography

This bride's dark red wedding bouquet, accented by trailing hot pink blooms, flawlessly fit her edgy bridal vibe. (Peep that leather jacket!)

Photo by Samantha Kirk

With red charm peonies, cream-hued roses, and ample greenery, this bouquet has a garden-fresh feel.

Photo by Lauren Fair Photography; Florals by Oleander Curated

Bride Emmalee's bouquet featured an abundance of flowers in plum and deep-red hues, foliage, and berries, tied with a long ribbon.

Photo by All Grown Up Weddings

Next to these gorgeously saturated oxblood hues, the white roses give a chic contrast.

Photo by The Livelys; Florals by Emily of Floriography; Styling by Amy of For the Love Events; Wedding Dress by Teresa Romero

This lush and romantic red arrangement is tied with a blush silk ribbon for a feminine touch.

Photo by Nectarine Photography

This bride's moody lipstick coupled with her bold red bouquet and flower crown lends a badass boho vibe to her look.

Photo by Kate Weinstein; Florals by Daffodil Parker; Planning by Cherry Blossom Events

The bigger, the better! These large, lush blooms in scarlet and merlot hues are total scene-stealers.

Photo by Lev Kuperman

Lauren's dark and moody bridal bouquet featured burgundy dahlias and white anemones.

Photo by Two Bird Studio; Florals by Rust and Thistle

This bride clearly loves red blooms. She used them in both her pretty posy and her flower crown!