Discover Your Perfect Wedding Bouquet Inspired by Your Favorite Rom-Com

Your favorite rom-com speaks volumes about who you are. Whether you appreciate the timeless appeal of Bridesmaids, the charm of The Princess Bride, or the offbeat allure of So I Married an Axe Murderer, there’s a film that resonates with your personality. While reenacting a scene from it might not be on your agenda, there are other more fitting ways to pay homage to the rom-com you could watch over and over again. At Marco Island Weddings in Marco Island, Florida, we’re predicting the wedding bouquet that would suit you if you were the leading character of your top romantic comedy.


Bridesmaids is a cult classic that explores the essence of being a bridesmaid and a genuine friend, packed with amusingly quirky and vibrant moments. Whether drawing inspiration from the Parisian-themed bridal shower or the stylish lavender Fritz Bernaise gowns, we envision no better wedding bouquet than a round one featuring soft purple and pink blooms.

Wedding bouquet with purple and white flowers

27 Dresses

Drawing inspiration from the diverse personalities of every bride in the film, Katherine Heigl’s role in 27 Dresses assembles an eclectic bridal party for her wedding. While your style should take center stage, allow your bridal party to showcase their individual flair. Embrace the trend of giving each bridesmaid a distinct bouquet that aligns with your color palette, achieving a unified yet mismatched aesthetic. And, naturally, we envision you closing the night with some dance moves on the bar to Bennie and the Jets.

Brides and bridesmaids holding flower bouquets

Love Actually

The holiday season in London and love stories on film can be incredibly romantic, especially when there’s a mix of warmth and heartache. If you’re excited about watching Love Actually, chances are the holidays have a special spot in your heart. Picture your wedding day brimming with joy, maybe a spontaneous rendition of All You Need is Love, and bouquets adorned with fresh winter blooms and seasonal touches like berries or delicate greens.

Bride holding red and white winter bouquet

Mamma Mia

If you enjoy singing along to ABBA for almost two hours, channel your inner Amanda Seyfried from Mamma Mia. Your wedding may not be on a picturesque Greek island, but you can still find inspiration from the film. A boho gown, a crown made of flowers, and a loose bouquet with elegant greenery and neutral blooms all fit the vibe. Let your carefree spirit out to play at your reception under the glow of twinkling lights.

Bride holding whimsical bouquet on beach

Sex and the City: The Movie

Whether you’re a Samantha, Carrie, Charlotte, or Miranda, pulling out all of the stops for your wedding is essential. If Carrie Bradshaw’s fashion sense has influenced you, let your wedding bouquet reflect that. Opt for bold statement flowers like peonies, white roses, and feathery blue accents (IYKYK), or choose something yellow and understated for a romantic, intimate city hall wedding. Standing beside your love, enveloped in the sweet scent of fresh flowers, you’ll know inside that this perfect moment marks the beginning of your forever.

Person holding large white wedding bouquet

The Princess Bride

Loved by kids and grown-ups, The Princess Bride brings our fairytale fantasies to life. Since the movie is set during the Renaissance, your wedding day bouquet should match the charm of a princess about to wed her knight in shining armor – or a farm boy wearing a black mask. Incorporate pink flowers and vibrant greenery into your bouquet, ensuring it has different height and texture that symbolizes the different chapters of your love story.

Princess inspired pastel colored wedding bouquet

So, I Married an Axe Murderer

Packed with humor, beat poetry, mystery, and a hint of fear, the Mike Meyers-helmed So I Married an Axe Murderer is a must-see ’90s rom-com. If There She Goes is stuck in your head to this day, consider a wedding bouquet made of calla lilies — blooms that represent passion and union. Pair the striking and sleek flowers with distinctive accent blooms to capture the movie’s creative and unique style.

Bouquet of deep purple calla lilies

The Wedding Singer

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore rule the rom-com world, and The Wedding Singer is where their magic started. For your wedding inspiration, dive into the retro ’80s vibe, especially the bold and electric colors that characterize the decade. Design a lively and modern bouquet with vibrant peonies, robust roses, fresh greenery, and playful accents. Let your lively and witty personality stand out.

Dramatic wedding bouquet with lots of flowers

50 First Dates

Adam Sandler’s unwavering persistence in 50 First Dates always tugs at our heartstrings, and his endless creativity in winning over Drew Barrymore’s character, Lucy, is truly endearing. Even if pineapples and waffles aren’t on your menu, bring the Hawaiian islands to your guests with vibrant bouquets. Feature fresh tropical flowers like anthuriums, orchids, or plumeria, paired with lush green leaves. It’s a memorable touch that even Lucy herself wouldn’t forget.

Two women getting married with tropical flowers

Regardless of your preferred movie or personal style, let the professionals at Marco Island Weddings help you turn your wedding day into an occasion on par with the most fantastic rom-com storyline.

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