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
In today’s Bouquet Recipe, we used all-white flowers and a touch of greenery to give a classic, white bridal bouquet a fresh look. If this style inspires you, ask your wedding florist for a multi-dimensional bouquet with dramatic texture.
White flowers will never go out of style for weddings, and they look beautiful for any season. When sticking to a monochromatic color palette, the key is to get creative with texture and shapes.
Get a sneak peak at a recent Brooklyn Winery wedding, today on photographer Rima Brindamour’s blog.
Bride Margarita’s bouquet included ivory and blush garden roses, white sweet pea and stock and light-pink ranunculus, with blue thistle and bright pink dahlias. Doesn’t she look stunning in that lace dress by Ivy & Aster? We love how the cobalt ribbon she chose, for her bouquet’s finishing touch, matches groom Jose’s suit. Click through and you’ll see it also matches her lovely shoes!
We can’t wait to share more photos from this sweet couple’s celebration.
This elegant white wedding, at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park, is a lesson in the art of the tablescape. Steal a few ideas and enchant your holiday guests.
White flowers will never go out of style for weddings, and they look beautiful for any season. When sticking to a monochromatic color palette, the key is to get creative with texture and shapes. Here, we created arrangements of various sizes, featuring hydrangea, stock blossoms, dahlias, Tibet roses, garden roses, ranunculus and football mums. Using so many types of flowers meant blossoms that range from small and delicate, to large and striking. We used a single flower type in each silver mercury-glass bud vase, then played up the sparkle and shine, by arranging the vases along a mirrored runner, with a series of chic, crystal candelabras and small, clear and mercury glass votives. When lit, the overall effect welcomed guests with an ethereal glow. We love the look of all-white linens with that subtle hint of pale blue from the stem glasses Read More
For a bride-to-be who wants classic, romantic, white, wedding flowers, we created this mood board with an inspiration shot of a very full, rounded bridal bouquet. White ranunculus and garden roses, with warm ivory to cream centers, will give the bouquet sumptuous, petal-dense texture, with enough soft depth to stand out against a white wedding dress.
I wanted to share this particular mood board because it’s a great example of how we, as wedding floral designers, execute ideas. A simple, classic, white, wedding bouquet is always an elegant choice. By putting thought and care into flower selection and an exacting color palette, we are able to elevate a simple concept. The result will be a beautiful, bespoke bridal bouquet, with a look that is both timeless and utterly of-the-moment. Read More
Are you as obsessed with floral chandeliers as we are? Hanging florals have taken over everyone’s Pinterest boards and we believe this wedding trend is here to stay. Luxurious hanging florals uplevel the entire look of a wedding. We were thrilled when bride Renee told us she was dreaming of a gorgeous, showstopping floral chandelier, for her wedding on Chelsea Piers’ Sunset Terrace in Manhattan.
Renee decided on an overall wedding-color palette of white, cream, blush and peach. We selected white and cream flowers with lush greens for the floral chandelier. A natural look, with lots of mixed texture, felt right for this summer wedding overlooking the Hudson River. Read More