Yellow Wedding Bouquets
Sunflowers: These large blooms look wonderful on their own, or you can create a larger bouquet with green vines and small white flowers, such as daisies. You may also consider tiny orange wildflowers, such as baby snapdragons or butterfly weeds. In this way, you can create a very natural looking bouquet.
Daisies: A traditional favorite, daisies can be used in a number of different bouquets. You can surround large yellow daisies with smaller daisies in any number of colors, from white to orange to pink. You don't even need to include any leaves or greenery. You can choose colors to match the shade of your bridesmaids' dresses.
Daffodils: Whether they're grown in your own garden or purchased from a florist, daffodils are a gorgeous spring flower. They look wonderful in bouquets with light purple or pale blue accents. If you choose to make your own bouquet of daffodils, you can find special instructions online at sites.