In Season Now: 6 Different (Yet Equally Pretty) Ways to Use Tulips in Your Bouquet

In Season Now: 6 Different (Yet Equally Pretty) Ways to Use Tulips in Your Bouquet

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Tulips are not only a beautiful spring flower, but they're also super versatile. The classic blooms are available in hundreds of unique varieties and colors (fringed, variegated, frilly) - way beyond the basic types you see at your local grocery store. Best of all, they're in season right now, so if you're planning a spring wedding, ask your florist to find a way to include the pretty blooms into your wedding arrangements.

To help get you inspired, we've put together a collection of our favorite bridal bouquets featuring picture-perfect tulips for every kind of bride.

Pink Tulip Bouquet (above): This ultra-romantic bouquet by florist Krista Jon features pale-pink tulips mixed with pieris, dusty miller leaves, and ranunculuses.

Photo: Ryan Ray Photography

Coral Fringed Tulip Bouquet: For a look that's more modern and unexpected, ask your florist to source fringed tulips, as seen here in this bright coral bouquet by Texas-based floral studio Bows & Arrows.

Photo: Connie Lyu

White Tulip Bouquet: Crisp, white tulips look elegant when combined with fresh greenery, as demonstrated by this bouquet courtesy of Los Angeles-based Violette's.

Photo: Aaron Dyer

Bright-Pink Bouquet: These giant parrot tulips look so whimsical when their petals are wide open (instead of tightly closed, as we so often see with the bloom). This Kat Flower-designed bouquet also includes roses, ranunculus, tweedia, veronicas, bunny tail, and jasmine.

Kismis Ink Photography

Photo: Joielala

Peach Tulip Bouquet: Variegated parrot tulips, deep-toned amaryllises, and peach-colored Juliet garden roses make a stunning bouquet when combined together in this bouquet by MMD Events. The gold cord wrapped around the handle is a chic way to add a touch of formality.

Photo: Courtesy of Doing So

Parrot Tulip Bouquet: This airy ivory bouquet has a wonderful ethereal feel thanks to its pretty mix of parrot tulips, "blushing bride" proteas, and astilbes.

Special thanks to Sean Nestlerode at Torchio Nursery in San Francisco for his help with our "In Season Now" flower series!