White Rose Bridal Bouquets

Posted in: Wedding Flowers by Brideorama | June 27th 2011 | 3 comments

One of the trendiest nuances that both modern and classic brides use in their weddings today is white! Surprising, right? This theme is back in trend, and it seems that this time is here to stay for a very long time. However, we never thought that this color can ever fall out of fashion and we still think that the white themes will always be popular and sought after by different types of brides for their weddings.

White is classy, formal, elegant and pure, and it although it is a static color, it is versatile enough to fit different types of weddings and seasons. White is ideal for winter time ceremonies for example, as well as for summer outdoors receptions. We thought that it would a good idea to bring these beautiful pictures of white rose bridal bouquets here on our website because these arrangements surely look special and one of a kind. We recommend these pretty designs to all modern brides who want to obtain a natural, chic and classy look.

White Rose Bridal Bouquets

White Rose Bridal Bouquet from allmyweddingflowers.blogspot.com

We must confess that we are surprised to see just how wonderful the natural and the glamorous style combine in these bouquets. The refinement, softness and gracefulness of the white roses make a fabulous pair with the crystal accents and soft white ribbon used for wrapping. These fancy bouquets are by far among the most beautiful, inspiring and dainty rose arrangements we’ve experienced so far. The rose blooms look not only romantic, elegant and stylish in these bouquets, but also very formal, innocent and glamorous. If you prefer something more sensual, bold and eye-catchy, you should opt for a red rose wedding bouquet.

White Rose Bridal Bouquets

White Rose Bridal Bouquets from allmyweddingflowers.blogspot.com

The white roses are a bit more relaxing, soft, delicate and feminine. The white themes can make an irresistible selection for antique inspired weddings, especially of the bride decides to use an antique faded type of white. The magical rose flowers can be found in divine eggplant, cream or ivory shades that can make sensational choices for antique or vintage inspired weddings. If you want something more vibrant and diversified, you can combine the white roses with colored roses or other colored flowers you think can work for your white rose bridal bouquet.

White Rose Bridal Bouquets

White Rose Bridal Bouquet from allmyweddingflowers.blogspot.com

The fancy roses look even more expressive and feminine when used next to gardenias, sweet peas, orchids or calla lilies. You can also use them in combination with tuberoses, rnaunculuses, peonies or tulips. It all depends on the precise type of wedding you’re organizing. White works well with any bold or pastel color. Keep in mind that white and purple and white and green themes are very trendy for weddings today! A bouquet of white roses is for the innocent type of bride who cares for something refined and timelessly elegant for her wedding. We like the way these bouquets combine the pure simple and clean look with the extravagant style (featured by the crystal accents), providing the bride with a versatile chic and irresistible look! Browse our website for more posts and pictures on thus topic!1

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