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55 Beautiful And Timeless White Wedding Bouquets
While there are tons of colors to focus on in your big day bouquet, many brides opt to carry white for their weddings. The choice may be anchored in tradition, but that’s not the only reason it’s so popular. White bouquets complement any wedding dress, and never draw attention away from the bride herself and match a lot of color schemes. Not only are there plenty of great white cut-flower varieties (from rose and tulip to hyacinth, lily and mascari), but there are also plenty of white foliage and filler options to ensure your monochromatic designs are anything but one-note. We’ve gathered the coolest all-white wedding bouquets and some tips to make them look ultimate.
Choose Various Types Of White Blooms
Roses, peonies, and lilies are conventional examples, while orchids, anemones, and protea are more modern. Bridal favorites like ranunculus and dahlias also look stunning in the color, and, generally speaking, you can find quite a few in-season white flowers whenever you’re getting married. No matter what you choose, your blooms are bound to look clean and lovely, and can run the gamut from eye-catching to subtle—it’s entirely up to you.
a beautiful all-white wedding bouquet with lisianthus, campanula, lace flower, clematis, spirea, cosmos sister honey
a beautiful and breezy white wedding bouquet of anemones, peonies, thistles and greenery of various kinds
a beautiful and lush wedding bouquet of white roses and anemones and greenery is a beautiful idea for spring or summer
a dimensional and textural white wedding bouquet of peony roses, orchids, dahlias and greenery is a fantastic idea
a dimensional white wedding bouquet with a cascading part and greenery for a chic and romantic look
Focus On Texture
A lack of color doesn’t have to mean a lack of visual intrigue. By utilizing different types of all-white botanicals, you can still have a bouquet that’s eye-catching thanks to ample texture. While this can sometimes be difficult to achieve, making an all-white floral arrangement multi-dimensional is a sure-fire way to avoid falling flat. You can pull this off by weaving in various types of flowers and playing around with different dried grasses or greenery. This creates character and movement, and your arrangement will look like a high-end monotone creation rather than something that’s too plain and one-note.
a dimensional white wedding bouquet with roses, orchids and other blooms plus greenery and magnolia leaves
a dreamy wedding bouquet composed of only baby's breath and white ribbons is a very chic and very romantic idea
a fan white wedding bouquet of orchids, roses, dahlias, white fronds and some cascading touches is amazing
a gorgeous all-white wedding bouquet with blooming branches and greenery is a chic idea for a spring or summer bride
a jaw-dropping white wedding bouquet that includes peony roses, orchids, roses, callas and dried white leaves
a lily of the vally wedding bouquet with greenery and calla lilies is a beautiful and creative idea of a spring wedding bouquet
a lovely wedding bouquet of white anemones and peonies, astilbe, greenery and fern leaves looks catchy and wild
a lovely wedding bouquet of white roses, anemones, allium and eucalyptus and blue ribbons is amazing for spring or summer
a lush and statement-like wedding bouquet of white peonies and anemones, greenery and blue ribbons is amazing for spring or summer
a lush wedding bouquet of lily of the valley, white blooms and foliage and on a silver handle is a beautiful idea for a vintage wedding
a lush white peony wedding bouquet with greenery is a great idea for a summer bride
a lush white wedding bouquet of peony roses, ranunculus and other blooms and greenery is a timeless idea
a lush white wedding bouquet with callas, orchids and some dried foliage, with a catchy shape and a cascading element is idea for a minimalist bride
a modern white wedding bouquet with no greenery will match a modern or minimalist bridal look
a pretty all-white wedding bouquet of dahlias, orchids, small fillers and greenery looks textural and eye-catchy
a pretty and chic wedding bouquet of white calla lilies and white baby's breath is a chic and cool idea for a wedding
Trust Your Floral Designer
Remember that your floral designer is the expert and they know what varieties will be available on your wedding date in your wedding location. If they suggest swapping lisianthus for peonies because peonies won’t be available, defer to their expertise. They’ll be able to artfully meld your vision and aesthetic with materials that can be procured for a reasonable price. Get inspired by the ideas in this roundup and choose your perfect white arrangement!
a pretty white wedding bouquet of roses and chamomiles is an unusual idea for a modern bride