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Floral inspired: All-white bouquets

November 16, 2011

Many brides still want the traditional all-white bouquet. But all-white certainly doesn’t have to mean boring. Here’s a few of my favorites.

White peonies via Martha Stewart Weddings
Groupings of white gardenias, stephanotis, lily of the valley, roses, & peonies via Martha Stewart Weddings
White astilbe via Martha Stewart Weddings
White ranunculus via Style Me Pretty
White snowberries via Martha Stewart Weddings
A bundle of white roses via Style Me Pretty
Classic stephanotis via Style Me Pretty

 And my favorite of all…

Glamelia via Style Me Pretty

The glamelia is also known as a composite bouquet {once very popular in the 1940s & 50s}. It’s created by piecing together rose petals to look like one giant bloom. Isn’t it spectacular?

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What about you, dear readers? Are you all for the traditional white bouquet or do you prefer something with a little more color? I originally wanted all-white but then I ended up adding a touch of pink at the last minute. 🙂

xo-Kristine

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. November 16, 2011 5:27 pm

    I’ve always loved white bouquets-but it’s no surprise, since I also love white china, white sheets, white towels…

  2. November 16, 2011 7:50 pm

    How elegant. I like the snow berries…and umm, all of them.

  3. November 17, 2011 8:18 am

    Oh wow, that last one is amazing. White at a wedding will definitely never go out of style, unlike a lot of trendy color combinations that we like at the time.

  4. November 18, 2011 8:19 pm

    Oh my! The snowberry bouquet is simply amazing. I need that in my life somehow 🙂

  5. November 20, 2011 12:51 am

    I imagine having a rainbow bouquet, but white is my second choice. The composite bouquets are so romantic to me I am working on some made from fabric right now.

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