Planning: Parties A'La Carte
Photos: Photography by Avery

A white wedding bouquet doesn’t mean you can ONLY use pure white flowers. Little hints of color can set off the creamy white tones in your flowers and add extra dimension. An all-white bouquet can be made from sleek, sculptural orchids, or one made from soft, fluffy, open peonies. One creates a modern look and the other, more soft and delicate. Mixing multiple blooms together can create additional texture and give your eye more places to travel. For this wedding we created a full experience that incorporated every single space with clusters of white hydrangea,  lisianthus, roses, peony, ranunculus, tulips and wax flowers. 

Heavenly White