The more natural look of a wildflower bouquet gives the wedding a comfortable feel while providing vibrant colors and a unique mix of flowers. Popular types of wildflowers may include poppies, cornflowers, Queen Anne's lace, butterfly weed, tall ironweed, thimbleweed, Canada lily, Carolina spring beauty, New England Aster, everlasting pea, Indian blanket, tall bellflower, Turk's cap lily, European Columbine and true forget-me-not, just to name a few.
A wildflower bouquet would make an especially nice addition to a beautiful country wedding venues. Sprinkle wildflowers on the guests' tables or press flowers and scatter them about to match the bouquet. Wildflower seeds are also popular in sachets to be given as gifts to the wedding guests, and a wreath of wildflowers adorning the bride's hair is a fairly common sight as well.