Inspirational and Elegant White Bridal Bouquets
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Beautiful Ideas About White Bouquets for your Wedding
White wedding flowers embody purity, innocence, and romance. Wedding styles come and go, but white never goes out of style - it's a classic. Not all white flowers are crystal white - cream, ivory, and blush tones can shade white flower petals. Hints of green are also common on white wedding flowers.
Brides can choose white bridal bouquets for contemporary or Victorian weddings, formal or informal. The wide variety of white flowers means florists can create white bouquets to suit any theme or mood.
1. White Anemone
A bride considering an evening wedding or formal black and white wedding should ask the florist about using white anemones with dark centers in her bridal bouquet. Anemones, also called windflowers, are seasonal from January to April, but brides who are willing to overpay can buy imported anemones in the second half.
2. White Peonies
Peonies, with their baseball-sized blooms, are a spectacular choice for a single-flower bridal bouquet. Remember that you will find the largest peony flowers, up to 6 inches in diameter, during the seasonal months of May and June.
Peonies symbolize shyness in the language of flowers, a sweet sentiment that a soft-spoken bride conveys through flowers. Peonies have a mild scent, so if she combines them with other flowers, she can choose unscented or lightly scented flowers, such as chrysanthemums, to avoid conflicting smells.
Daisies are very affordable flowers for an inexpensive wedding, so a bride can have a larger bouquet or can budget for bridesmaid bouquets for a large wedding party. Although the language of flowers shares that daisies symbolize innocence, a story from ancient wives suggests that the bride put a daisy on her left sock to get pregnant right after the wedding.
4. White Bouquet With Abundant Greenery
A white bridal bouquet can show off unexpected greenery to make it a memorable accessory. Consider the structural greens that contrast with the softness of the bouquet flowers, such as spiny green eryngium, green flax that resembles grass, or giant monster leaves.
5. White Hypericum Berries
The white berries of Hypericum add a rustic touch to a cluster of white cabbage roses and tulips. Look for winter bouquet fillers in season, like berries and twigs, to change from typical greenery to some unexpected character.
6. Incorporate Shells
Tropical flowers, such as orchids, are always popular at beach weddings, but brides can still have a traditional wedding rose bouquet with a tropical theme. The delicate shells are as beautiful as the flowers, and the hydrangeas add a hint of blue to suggest the ocean floor.
7. White Arm Sheaf Bouquet With Chrysanthemums
The branch bouquet or presentation bouquet is eye-catching, even in demure shades of white. Spider mothers are an attractive flower for modern brides, and Peruvian lilies add subtle purple accents. Other white flowers suitable for the presentation of a bridal bouquet are delphiniums, long-stemmed roses or gladioli.
8. Use Jewel Picks
Brides in love with pearls can add floral pearl canes, pearl flower pins, or pearl flower sprays to their bridal bouquets. A single pearl at the tip of each rose flower adds just the right flourish without looking like an 80's throwback. The clear crystals would look as beautiful as an embellishment for a white bridal bouquet.
9. Mixed Bouquet With Speedwell
There is nothing vanilla in this all-white bridal bouquet. The spiky white speedwell and eryngium flowers add fabulous texture without breaking the bank. Little baby's breath and even smaller bouquets of Queen Anne's lace flowers fill every void in the bouquet, creating a casual arrangement that is fresh and inspiring, never boring.
10. Use Succulents
Using succulents in place of traditional greenery is a smart floral trend that is going nowhere. In addition to the sculptural appeal of the fleshy, succulent leaves, the plants are extremely durable when cut and can even be rooted as keepsake plants after the wedding ceremony.
Source: Untrained Artist
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