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.
This 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?