While some brides may dismiss the idea of an all-white bouquet as generic or forgettable, in truth, there are so many ways to express your unique personal style in all-white. The absence of color unlocks a focus on texture, composition, and tone that goes to show sometimes less really is more. “No matter what the flower or style, white bouquets always look beautiful and chic,” says our Creative Director Lindsay Saltz, “As Da Vinci once said, ‘Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.'”
Here at Bride & Blossom, we’ve worked with dozens of brides seeking all-white bouquets, from vintage to modern, clean to complex. But no matter the design, a white bouquet is a timeless choice, rich with tradition and symbolic of the bride’s entrance into a fresh, new chapter of her life. Read More
photo: CLY by Matthew // venue: Maritime Parc Nothing exuberates an elegant and timeless vibe like an all-white wedding. While all colors are gorgeous, there is something so dreamy and ethereal about a white wedding – it can simply take your breath away.
Brides in general are sometimes nervous to go all-white everything, because they fear it won’t be interesting enough and can’t transform the space like color could. We say – nothing creates a more stunning and romantic atmosphere like all white, and in the world of weddings, many of the royal weddings, celebrity weddings and most of the six-figure budget weddings you see in the magazines were, well – all white. Read More
Wedding style is all in the details. For Jennifer and Dan’s romantic day at New Jersey’s Maritime Parc, striking black and white striped ribbons accented lush, white and cream wedding flowers. Crisp stripes against soft florals set this celebration apart. Gorgeous bride Jennifer shared her love story and decor inspiration with us.
These days, love often begins with online dating, but for this couple, business networking turned into a modern meet-cute. “The story of how we met is pretty unique,” Jennifer told us. “I had just graduated business school and was spending a lot of time online looking for a job. I came across Dan on Linkedin in the ‘People You May Know’ section. We had a few mutual friends in the media world. He saw I looked at his profile and started emailing me. The emails turned into a first date, and the rest is history!” Read More