Bouquets for Beach Weddings

Aside from your entrance escort, beloved groom, or stunning ring, your bridal bouquet is the most important accessory on your arm on your San Diego wedding day. The right wedding bouquet should add a pop of personality and (if you so choose) color to your walk down the aisle, so be sure to pick a combination of flowers that represent you, your style, and your wedding ceremony setting. 

Across Paradise Point's three waterfront ceremony sites at our San Diego wedding hotel, we have seen an array of arrangement types perfect for a Southern California beach wedding.

Here are some of our favorite wedding bouquet ideas for beach ceremonies:

Nothing says island more than orchids. Make a simple, yet elegant statement with a beach wedding bouquet made completely of phalaenopsis in a mesmerizing magenta color.

Add a subtle touch of color to your San Diego beach wedding with this sunkissed wedding bouquet consisting of peach roses, white and orange dahlias, and dainty daisies. 

Stand out with a bright wedding bouquet that will contrast with the shoreline’s natural and neutral shades. This beach wedding bouquet consists of lilac roses, violet orchids, Picasso calla lilies, and bright pink peonies.

Mix white roses, white hydrangeas, and white peonies for a light and airy all-white bouquet, ideal for a beach wedding.

For a mix of tropical and traditional, combine white and yellow orchids with pink peonies for a unique wedding bouquet perfect for a San Diego garden wedding in our lush Pine Hill.


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