The Most Iconic Celebrity Wedding Flower Arrangements We've Ever Seen

Still thinking about Mandy Moore's pampas grass.
Mandy Moore with her wedding flowers and Princess Diana with her wedding bouquet
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Sarah Hanlon
Entertainment & Celebrity Editor
  • Sarah is the Entertainment & Celebrity Editor for The Knot, with special focuses on pop culture and celebrity wedding news.
  • Before joining The Knot Worldwide, Sarah was a contributing writer for Bravo at NBC Universal.
  • Sarah has a degree in journalism and resides in New York City.
Updated Feb 28, 2024

Nailing down the aesthetic of your wedding day is one of the most exciting planning elements—and if you need a little inspiration to add to your vision board, celebrity weddings are a great place to look. From stunning dresses to mouth-watering cake designs and enviable venues, A-list nuptials never fail to leave us feeling inspired. It's part of the reason why we're so obsessed with celebrity wedding flowers, too.

Mandy Moore's pampas-lined aisle and Princess Diana's lavish bouquet are just two examples of celebrity wedding flower arrangements that continue to live rent-free in our minds to this day. As you're planning your wedding, these famous bloom arrangements can serve as a starting point for your own event design. Look back on the most iconic celebrity wedding flowers here, and screenshot your faves to share with your florist.

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The Best Celebrity Wedding Flowers

From royal weddings to Vegas vow swaps, these celebrity wedding flower arrangements are vastly different, but they do have one thing in common: they always make us swoon each time we see the photos.

Paris Hilton's Wedding Flowers

Two words: That's hot. There was never a doubt that Paris Hilton's 2021 wedding to Carter Reum would be an over-the-top affair, and her flowers certainly lived up to the hype. The heiress hired Mark's Garden, a Los Angeles-based luxury floral design company, to transform the Bel Air estate into a lush oasis of monochrome white flowers.

Clusters of ivory roses lined the mirrored aisle, and the couple exchanged vows underneath a lush arch of white petals. The bride carried a simple bouquet of corresponding white stems, which allowed the metallic gold accents to shine. At the reception, more white flowers were woven together with pink roses to create a true fairy tale aesthetic.

Sofia Richie's Wedding Flowers

The internet was captivated by Sofia Richie's viral "quiet luxury" wedding in the South of France in April 2023—but, let's be honest: there was nothing quiet about her nuptials. The international fête was a lavish display of grandeur, hence why everyone collectively lost their minds once the first photos hit social media. (At least, we certainly did.) We particularly loved Sofia Richie's wedding flowers, which were elegant, timeless, and oh-so-dreamy.

Richie and her husband, Elliot Grainge, teamed up with Roni Floral Design to decorate their exclusive South of France venue. Abundant white blooms and delicate greenery climbed the walls of Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, creating a cocoon of fresh flowers that had an other-worldly look. Richie carried a delicate cluster of lily of the valley down the aisle, where she met her groom under a Chuppah adorned in fresh florals.

Beyoncé's Wedding Flowers

When it comes to iconic celebrity wedding flowers, we can't forget to mention what Beyoncé and Jay-Z did for their nuptials. The musical powerhouses swapped vows in their Tribeca penthouse in 2008. The ultra-private wedding was an intimate affair, taking place in front of 40 friends and family members, but the couple certainly didn't hold back on the design. They flew in 70,000 white dendrobium orchids, Beyoncé's favorite flower, from Thailand. Although only one photo has been released from the wedding—notably without any florals in the background—we can only imagine how incredible their space looked.

Mandy Moore's Wedding Flowers

Who says wedding flowers have to be white? We'll never forget Mandy Moore's bohemian California wedding, which featured some of the most memorable blooms we've ever seen. The actress tossed tradition by wearing a pink tulle Rodarte dress for the 2018 event, which complemented displays of pink and ivory pampas grass that lined her aisle. She carried a playful bouquet of pink and white wildflowers, which matched the floral beading pattern on her dress. At the altar, she and her husband stood underneath a square pink arch exploding with airy baby's breath, courtesy of Felisa Funes.

Princess Beatrice's Wedding Flowers

Princess Beatrice and her husband at their wedding
Photo: BENJAMIN WHEELER | Getty Images

Although Princess Beatrice had to pivot her wedding plans due to the pandemic, her vision certainly wasn't compromised. The royal married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at a chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle on July 17, 2020, in front of just 20 guests (including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip).

The bride hired Patrice Van Helden Oakes to help with the floral design, the same florist her sister, Princess Eugenie, worked with for her 2018 wedding. The pink bouquet featured stems like trailing jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, royal porcelain ivory spray roses, pink O'Hara garden roses, pink wax flowers, baby pink astilbe, and sprigs of myrtle. According to Oakes' brother, fellow florist Rob Van Helden, the couple was heavily involved in the floral design process and wanted to "keep it natural, with dusky pink roses, British flowers and a vintage look."

Priyanka Chopra's Wedding Flowers

Priyanka Chopra flew her favorite florist, Jenya Tsybulskyi of NYC-based company Jenya Flowers, to India for her fusion wedding to Nick Jonas in December 2018. Tsybulskyi told People that he provided "personal" flower arrangements, including "bridesmaids, boutonnieres, bouquets for the mothers of the bride and groom and the bridal bouquet for Priyanka."

A local vendor provided larger-scale flowers, including the canopy of red stems as seen at their traditional Indian ceremony. While shades of white, ivory and pink are some of the most common hues for nuptials, we love that Chopra and Jonas leaned into a fiery red shade as a nod to her heritage.

Naomi Biden's Wedding Flowers

When your wedding venue is the White House, you have no choice but to go all out with white flowers. Such was the case for Naomi Biden, granddaughter of President Joe Biden, who married Peter Neal on the South Lawn in November 2022.

Spectacular strands of white blooms were draped across the White House balcony railings, along with circular wreaths of matching stems. The bride carried a minimal bouquet of white blooms down the aisle, which was accented with clusters of the same bulbs adorning the historic venue.

Beanie Feldstein's Wedding Centerpieces

Beanie Feldstein and Bonnie Chance got married at Cedar Lakes Estate in New York in the summer of 2023. While their outdoor venue already featured plenty of natural greenery (it is a mountainside lake, after all), the couple enlisted the help of floral design company Little Sister Creative to make the space even more magical. Clusters of romantic pink and white flowers sat atop the reception tables, which were also accented with candles and pink glassware, to create an aesthetic that was just as whimsical as the canopy of greenery they exchanged vows underneath.

Gwen Stefani's Wedding Flowers

Gwen Stefani gave fans a peek inside her and Blake Shelton's 2021 wedding reception, and the photos were nothing short of iconic. The singers decorated the interior of their venue with timeless white roses, which surrounded their five-tier wedding cake. But, sweet treat aside, we couldn't help but notice the ivy-covered columns behind the happy couple. How's that for a statement centerpiece?

Simone Biles' Wedding Flowers

What's better than one floral arch? Three floral arches. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles married NFL player Jonathan Owens in Mexico in May 2023, and they spared no detail when it came to the design of their destination wedding. We love that they leaned into shades of white for their decor, opting for a floral-lined aisle that led up to their lavish altar. The bride carried a romantic monochrome white bouquet, which matched the floral lace details on her Galia Lahav wedding dress.

The Best Celebrity Wedding Bouquets

Need a little inspiration for your wedding bouquet? We love these gorgeous clusters held by famous brides.

Meghan Markle's Wedding Bouquet

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their wedding
Photo: Ben STANSALL - WPA Pool | Getty Images,Flowers: Philippa Craddock

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 2018 wedding was brimming with personal significance, especially when it came to the floral displays. Her handheld accessory notably included sprigs of myrtle, a royal bridal bouquet tradition that dates back to the wedding of Queen Victoria. Her husband personally handpicked flowers from Kensington Palace's private garden to accent the sprigs.

His selections included Forget-Me-Nots, scented sweet peas, astilbe, jasmine, lily of the valley and astrantia. Meghan Markle's royal wedding bouquet was tied together by a silk ribbon, provided by florist Philippa Craddock. The morning after the nuptials, the bride's bouquet was laid on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.

Princess Diana's Wedding Bouquet

Princess Diana and Prince Charles at their wedding
Photo: Anwar Hussein | Getty Images

Princess Diana's wedding bouquet was also comprised of personalized stems. The bride, who married Prince Charles at St. Paul's Cathedral on July 29, 1981, carried a cascading collection of cream, green and yellow flowers. Considering the size of her voluminous ball gown, her team decided she needed an equally lavish bouquet to match the shape of her dress.

Her bouquet featured classic bulbs like stephanotis, freesias, gardenias and lily of the valley, along with Odontoglossum orchids, which were included in Queen Elizabeth's wedding bouquet. The cluster also included a golden yellow rose called "Earl Mountbatten," which was named after Prince Charles' great uncle, Louis. And, as you now know is custom for the British royal family, her bouquet wasn't complete without a sprig of myrtle picked from a bush grown by Queen Victoria.

Mariah Carey's Wedding Bouquet

Mariah Carey with her wedding bouquet
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What else would you expect from a pop diva? Mariah Carey's first wedding to record producer Tommy Mottola took place at New York City's St. Patrick's Cathedral on June 5, 1993. The nuptials reportedly cost around $500,000, and were said to have been inspired by Princess Diana's wedding—and the resemblance is uncanny. Just like Lady Di, Carey opted for a full ball gown (designed by Vera Wang), which she paired with a cascading bouquet of ivy and white roses…a combo fit for a princess in our eyes.

Lily Allen's Wedding Bouquet

We're still obsessed with David Harbour and Lily Allen's Vegas vow swap from 2020, mainly because the aesthetic was effortlessly cool. The bride wore a vintage Dior mini dress for the occasion, which she accented with chunky black heels. Instead of going for a monochrome black and white look, she infused her wedding ensemble with a pop of color by holding a small bouquet with bright pink roses and baby's breath.

Bianca Jagger's Wedding Bouquet

Bianca Jagger and Mick Jagger at their wedding
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In 1971, Bianca Jagger set the standard for courthouse weddings. The Nicaraguan actress married rocker Mick Jagger at a St. Tropez courthouse wearing a YSL tuxedo jacket with a bias-cut skirt and a broad-brimmed hat. She carried a subtle collection of white roses into the courthouse, which became mobbed by fans once they caught wind of the celebration taking place. The bouquet served as an extension of her wedding outfit, which featured floral appliques on the sleeves.

Feeling inspired? If you love any of these celebrity wedding flowers, share your favorite pictures with your florist so they can help bring your vision to life.

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