White, White, and more White
Sometimes nothing says modern elegance better than an all-white arrangement. Don’t get me wrong, I love big bold color! I also love blushes, ivories, and creams. But sometimes, the absence of color makes just as bold of a statement. For those of you thinking that you’d like to have an all-white bouquet or centerpiece, here are some gorgeous ideas for you!
|Brandon Lata Photography + Sara York Grimshaw|
This bouquet is all white (ok, there’s a hint of grey in there…) but what I love is that no texture was lost by eliminating the color. The wild-flowery look is accomplished by using many different kinds of flowers, while the all white color palette makes it a classic!
|Chelsea Anne Photography and Parties and Petals|
I can’t even imagine how good this bouquet smells-even the bride got caught smelling her bouquet of lilies!
|Gabriel Ryan + Nisie’s Enchanted Florist|
Ok, so technically, there’s some green in here. But in this bouquet, the greens really act as a neutral. The gardenias and roses create a simple, yet elegant bouquet that needs no other accent other than the very leaves that came with the flowers. This is a great way to get a natural look that would work indoors or outdoors.
|Holly Chapple Florals + Sweet Pea Photography|
Sometimes all you need is two blooms to make an impact! Here, the amaryllis blooms act as a simple bouquet, and ribbon accents are used to tie in the color.
|Jasmine Star + Nisie’s Enchanted Florist|
For a truly classic look, consider using only one type of flower. There are not many flowers more elegant and sleek than these phalaenopsis orchids.
|Kimberly Salem Photography + Denise Fasanello Flowers|
I love the look of having small bouquets of the same flower in separate vases. Paired with white candles, it’s easy to create a modern and elegant table arrangement.
|RomaBea Images + Brassavolas Floral Couture|
I love this combination of soft hydrangeas and feathers, with the spiky lilies, and dripping orchids. Beautiful!
|Sebasta Design, LLC + Liz and Ryan Photography|
This romantic bouquet is just full of sweet, ruffly flowers that create a classic, round bouquet. Perfect for any bride wanting a classic look.
|Sweet Blossoms + Elliott O’Donovan Photography|
Hard to go wrong with a bouquet of peonies. Don’t they just look like little clouds?
|Sweet Blossoms + Leo DJ Photography|
I loved using the different textures of the spiky calla lily tips, with the soft roses, and the flowing ostrich feathers for this bouquet. Don’t be afraid to add non-floral elements! Feathers add a great new texture to any bouquet or centerpiece.