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14 amazing white wedding bouquet photos you will love

14 amazing white wedding bouquet photos you will love

It's post Memorial Day so white is no longer a fashion faux pas! In light of this, we share our favorite white flowers to inspire your next floral creation!

Teardrop bouquet of roses, peonies, blossom and orchids - Blush pink rose and peony bouquet - Laurel Weddings - http://www.laurelweddings.com/blossom-wedding-flowers/

Teardrop bouquet of roses, peonies, blossom and orchids - Blush pink rose and peony bouquet - Laurel Weddings - http://www.laurelweddings.com/blossom-wedding-flowers/

Unique, sophisticated and simple white orchid wedding bouquet {Misha Media Photography}

Tropical Dominican Republic Wedding

Bridal Wedding Portait with White Orchid Cascading Wedding Bouquet| Picture by Tampa Bay Wedding Photographer Marc Edwards Photographs

Bridal Wedding Portait with White Orchid Cascading Wedding Bouquet| Picture by Tampa Bay Wedding Photographer Marc Edwards Photographs

red orchid bouquets wedding-a way to involve Chinese design into my wedding

Bouquet - artificial wedding flowers - brides orchid bouquet in red and ivory, wedding flowers

Elegant marbled white and burgundy tiered wedding cake with handmade sugar phaelanopsis orchids // Cascading Bouquets and Their Cake Counterparts: A Styled Shoot

Cascading Bouquets and Their Cake Counterparts: A Styled Shoot

Elegant marbled white and burgundy tiered wedding cake with handmade sugar phaelanopsis orchids // Cascading Bouquets and Their Cake Counterparts: A Styled Shoot

Bride to Be Reading ~ dendrobium white orchids -  roses, calla lily and for the greens, it looks like Italian ruscus. I would use different greens on the top and sides and add variegated ivy as the long stems along with the ruscus. This is a tear drop and by adding different greens, it would be less formal and would have more "movement" and texture.

Bride to Be Reading ~ dendrobium white orchids - roses, calla lily and for the greens, it looks like Italian ruscus. I would use different greens on the top and sides and add variegated ivy as the long stems along with the ruscus. This is a tear drop and by adding different greens, it would be less formal and would have more "movement" and texture.

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