Category : florals

Classic White Wedding Bouquets


We love a classic white wedding bouquet, and the options are endless for personalizing your bouquet for your special day. This modern, winter bride, chose a cascading bouquet with white phalaenopsis orchids, cream roses, and calla lilies.

View More: summer bride who got married on a gorgeous mountain top and carried a bouquet with some of summer’s best flowers including peonies, dahlias and garden roses.


A white bouquet with a hint of blue, all tied up with a preppy white and blue striped ribbon. Creamy roses coupled with soft blue hydrangea, delphinium and cornflower make up this summer bouquet.


Inspired by the textures of the sea, this bouquet features pin cushion protea, fluffy astilbe, and brunia.


A white bouquet with a hint of bright pink, a mix of petite roses mixed with pink cabbage roses and white ranunculus creates texture in this traditional bouquet.


Who doesn’t love a peony bouquet? Here, trailing green vine break up the texture and add a wild, loose texture to the bouquet’s design.


Of course, sometimes simple is best. We love this single stem variation of just a rose for the bride and bridesmaids. Which one would you pick to walk down the aisle with?

Flowers: Carolyn’s Flowers // La Petite Gardenia // Bare Root Flora

Photos: Adonye Jaja // Robin Proctor // Kate Holstein // Laura Murray // Jessica Lorren  // Lisa O’Dwyer

  1. Lisa O'Dwyer

    Beautiful! So classic and timeless! I love seeing white lilies of the valley and gardenias in bouquets too.

summer-cascading-bouquet-ideas-aspenThis stunning wedding was all about custom touches, from vintage furniture, to the flowers (including a flower wall behind the cake!), white pumpkins with calligraphy for table numbers, all with the Elk Mountain Range serving as a dramatic backdrop.



The bride carried a beautiful, cascading bouquet featuring accents of mustard and blue. The ceremony’s birch arbor was decorated organically with curly willow, and several types of roses all wildly and organically arranged. We had a custom walkway built and Lauryl Lane lined it with flowers and toss petal cones were hung on every guest chair. For cocktail hour, vintage furniture from Archive Party Rentals created a living room atmosphere, outdoors. Old windows featured bar menus and were calligraphed by Robin.

The reception was held in an elegant tidewater tent, with a mix of long feasting tables and more intimate round tables. Colorful amber and orange glassware added a pop of color to the tables and white pumpkins with gold calligraphy were used for table numbers. Elegant wedding stationery by Bella Figura in navy was wrapped in mustard velvet ribbon. The look felt appropriately rustic for the location, but also elegant and preppy with the white, mustard, and navy color palette. The cake by D’elissious was a star of the reception, and a flower wall in mustard and whites created a dramatic backdrop.

Planning: Bluebird Productions // Photography: Leila Brewster // Floral: Lauryl Lane // Venue: Private Residence // Specialty Rentals: Archive Party Rentals // Rentals: Premier Party Rentals // Hair and Make Up: Full Circle // Gown: Vera Wang from Anna Be in Denver // Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Officiant: Uncle // Ceremony Music: Silver City Strings // Cocktail Music: Smuggler Mountain Boys // Band: // DJ: Kickin Aspen Entertainment // Transportation: CTS // Paper: Bella Figura // Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Robin // Caterer: Caribou Club // Cake: D’elissious  // Linen: La Tavola // Videography: KHodge Films // AV: Halcyon Productions

Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015 has come to an end… and with it, some insanely gorgeous gowns. Wedding fashion has come a long way in the past few years. Weddington Way, an online boutique who specializes in bridesmaid dresses, got up close and personal with the trends at Bridal Fashion Week. They offered us an insiders glimpse of what to expect for wedding season 2016. Check out their comments after the week:

  • All white gowns are a thing of the past! This year it is a​ll a​bout colored dresses; from pale pinks to light blues and even floral prints. We even saw some two toned dresses hitting the runway!
  • Pastel colors, muted tones, and neutrals not your style? How about a Rock n’ Roll inspired wedding dress? This season, boho favorite Claire Pettibone and acclaimed newcomer Houghton both showcased drop dead gorgeous styles in fun, cool, and (actually) wearable silhouettes.
  • Have a bit of a daring side? Lace, tulle, and feathers are the fabrics to be on the lookout for! We saw some amazing dresses using multiple fabrics on one dress to create stunning looks. In addition to these newer trending fabrics, we saw recurring silhouettes like illusion sleeves, low backs and even deep V­necks.
  • One trend making its comeback this year is long trains. Brides are making their statements this season by embracing the drama of a cathedral train, and we absolutely love it.
  • Other brides are looking for that “bling”! Many dresses were inspired by Lupita’s epic (stolen & returned) Oscar dress and Kim Kardashian’s 15 carat engagement ring to really stand out among the crowd.
  • Some of our favorite designers from Bridal Fashion Week were Alice Temperley, Watters, Monique Lhuillier, Claire Pettibone, Galia Lahav, and Lela Rose. Attached are some of the great exclusive images we were able to capture.

Enjoy these exclusive images from the week.

Claire Pettibone2 Galia Lahav 3 Watters Bridesmaids Lela Rose1

Romona Keveza2 Anne Barge2 Anne Barge1 Romona Keveza3