In Season Now: Pretty Wedding Bouquets with Anemones

In Season Now: Pretty Wedding Bouquets with Anemones

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Anemones, with their striking jet-black centers, are a favorite bloom among brides and are starting to make their appearance at the flower market right now. Anemones are typically in season from October through May. These beauties come in crisp white (by far the most popular variety) as well as bright red, pink, magenta, purple, and blue. Additionally, there are other white anemone varieties with green centers as well as yellow centers. If you love anemones as much as we do, you'll love these six gorgeous bouquets we've found.

White Anemones and Pink Ranunculuses (above): This romantic bouquet combines soft-pink ranunculuses, dusty miller leaves, green hypericum berries, and white anemones.

Photo: Caroline Yoon Photography

All-White Anemones: Love this bride's chic look: red nails and lipstick, a long-sleeved dress, and a bouquet entirely of crisp-white anemones.

Photo: Dennis Kwan Weddings

Red Anemones: A cluster of cherry-red anemones is simple yet striking.

Bradley James Photography 2012

Photo: Bradley James Photography

Lush Black-and-White Bouquet: This dramatic arrangement combines white anemones (ones with black centers as well as a variety with yellow centers) and other white blossoms like peonies and astilbe, with pops of deep, dark colors (chocolate cosmos and privet berries) and trailing jasmine.

Photo: Lisa Poggi

White Anemones and Fresh Greenery: Add softness with fluffy white blossoms like dahlias, garden roses, and black-centered anemones, then create texture with various types of greenery like eucalyptus leaves.

Photo: Braedon Photography

Purple Bouquet with Anemones: For a modern bouquet with lots of texture, combine white- and eggplant-hued anemones with spiky airplants, succulents, and purple-tinged ranunculuses.