We had such a great response to our Lillie's blog post about white bouquets for brides that I thought we'd add a few more. And by the way, it goes without saying (even though I'm saying it) that white bouquets and nosegays are equally popular with bridesmaids, not to mention (though I can't resist mentioning it) for mammas and grandmammas!
So here you go, all you white flower fans - a few more beautiful white bouquets ~
A luscious bouquet of anemone, rose and wide open freesia blossoms for Bride Cat. I love how the jewel-like black and gold centers of the anemone lend added richness and keep the solid white palette from appearing flat. Photo by Heather McAlister Photography
Her reception was held at a completely green venue . . . a beautiful botanical garden, also in Hoover, called Aldridge Gardens.
Bride Meredith selected the perfect month for a peony bouquet. Her wedding was at The Sonnet House on May 1, 2011. The antique brooch was a perfect compliment to the feminine, ruffled white peonies. Thank you to David Shirk for this beautiful image.
Above is one of my all time favorite pictures! The event was a Memorial Day wedding in Birmingham and this maid was juggling her little camera while hanging on to her bridesmaid's bouquet: a simple, hand-tied garden bouquet of Virginia alstromeria and Virginia roses with pops of apple green courtesy of mini green hydrangeas and hosta leaves.
Here, friend Ricky holds a just-finished, bountiful white bouquet of French ranunculus and hydrangea, still glistening and about to be sent off to lucky bride Prim.