Coordinate Your Wedding Bouquet With Your Favorite Rom-Rom

Your favorite rom-com says a lot about who you are, whether it’s the iconic Bridesmaids, The Wedding Singer, or the unforgettable musical romp that is Mamma Mia. No matter where your movie preferences lie, there’s a title that speaks to you. While you may not be reenacting a scene from your top rom-com, there are playful and authentic ways to infuse some of its unique energy into your special day. At Rose Hill Weddings in Nashville, Tennessee, our team is predicting the perfect wedding bouquet style for you based on your favorite romantic comedy.


A true cult classic, Bridesmaids delves into the world of being a bridesmaid and a good friend, brimming with funny, quirky, and heartfelt moments. Whether you’re inspired by the chic lavender Fritz Bernaise dresses or the Parisian-themed bridal shower, a round wedding bouquet with pink and pastel purple blossoms is the perfect fit.

Wedding bouquet with purple and white flowers

27 Dresses

Inspired by the varied personalities of the brides in the rom-com, Katherine Heigl’s 27 Dresses character curates an eclectic wedding party for her big day. While emphasizing your personal style the most, encourage your bridal party to express their individuality. Follow the trend of giving all of your bridesmaids a unique bouquet of blooms that complements the color palette you selected, resulting in a mismatched yet cohesive look. And, of course, we imagine the night concluding with you dancing atop the bar to Elton John’s Bennie and the Jets.

Brides and bridesmaids holding flower bouquets

Love Actually

London during the holidays and heartwarming love stories on screen — could it get any more romantic, even with the heartache? If Love Actually is on your must-watch list, it’s safe to say the holidays hold a special meaning for you. Envision your wedding day filled with happiness, a possible surprise performance of All You Need is Love, and floral arrangements featuring winter blooms and festive accents like feathery greens or berries.

Bride holding red and white winter bouquet

Mamma Mia

Love belting out ABBA tunes for over an hour and a half? Take inspiration from Amanda Seyfried in Mamma Mia. Whether or not your wedding is on an idyllic Greek island, go for a bohemian gown, floral crown, and a relaxed bouquet with neutral flowers and greenery; all of these elements bring the right energy to your big day. Let loose during your reception in a venue adorned with twinkling lights.

Bride holding whimsical bouquet on beach

Sex and the City: The Movie

Whether you identify as a Miranda, Charlotte, Carrie, or Samantha, going big for your wedding day is a must. If you love taking cues from Carrie Bradshaw’s style, your wedding bouquet will stand out. Consider vibrant statement flowers like ivory roses, peonies, and feather accents in blue tones (IYKYK). Alternatively, opt for something modest and yellow for a romantic and cozy city hall wedding. Picture yourself standing next to your life partner, surrounded by the delightful fragrance of fresh flowers, and know that this beautiful moment is the start of your forever.

Person holding large white wedding bouquet

The Princess Bride

Embraced by both adults and kids, The Princess Bride taps into our whimsical fairytale dreams. Given the movie’s Renaissance setting, your wedding bouquet should mirror the elegance of a princess ready to tie the knot with her knight in shining armor – or a black-masked farm boy. Go for pink blossoms and rich greenery in your bouquet, giving it various textures and levels to represent the many chapters of your unique love story.

Princess inspired pastel colored wedding bouquet

So, I Married an Axe Murderer

So I Married an Axe Murderer, a film starring Mike Meyers, offers a mix of mystery, humor, beat poetry, and a touch of fear — a classic ’90s rom-com not to be missed. If the song There She Goes is still on repeat in your mind, think about a wedding bouquet featuring calla lilies, enduring symbols of passion and union. Add unique accent blooms to the arrangement to create a sleek and striking look reminiscent of the film’s creative flair.

Bouquet of deep purple calla lilies

The Wedding Singer

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are true rom-com legends, and The Wedding Singer was the film that started it all. Capture the retro ’80s wedding vibe from the movie by incorporating the electric and bold colors of the decade for your modern bouquet. Incorporate lively peonies, luscious roses, fun accents, and lush greenery to let your witty and playful side shine through brightly.

Dramatic wedding bouquet with lots of flowers

50 First Dates

The constant dedication of Adam Sandler in 50 First Dates never fails to make us smile, and his inventive ways of charming Drew Barrymore’s character, Lucy, are simply heartwarming. Whether or not pineapples and waffles are part of your menu, you can still create a Hawaiian island feel for your guests with lively bouquets. Let fresh tropical flowers such as plumeria, orchids, or anthuriums be the stars, complemented by large green leaves. It’s a lasting impression that even Lucy couldn’t forget.

Two women getting married with tropical flowers

Whether you have a favorite movie or a specific style in mind, rely on the expertise of Rose Hill Weddings to transform your wedding day into a cinematic masterpiece.

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