Wedding Whites (Part 2)

“You know you’re in love when you don’t want to fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”    -Dr. Seuss

One of the great joys of working in the flower business, is that we are always about one step removed from life's biggest events.  Flowers are an essential part of the human experience, and of course, getting married may be the biggest commitment a person makes in their life.

White as the predominant color of a wedding dresses, flowers, and so on, began as a tradition in 1840 when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in Great Britain.

Today, we bring white flowers to market year round, so this tradition can be carried on.

Enjoy these white wedding flower ideas and please, share them with your customers.

white calla lilies and rose lily wedding bouquet

Our stunning white Rose Lilies, paired with white Calla Lilies (Zantedeschia). Crisp and clean lines for a very sophisticated look.

white iris and rose lily wedding bouquet

White Rose Lilies again, except paired with Casa Blanca Iris. Many brides want the over-flowing ruffled look, surprisingly, Iris can do this.

white calla lilies, white lilies, and kalanchoe wedding bouquet

A pure white Oriental Lily (with Anthers on or removed) surrounded by gorgeous white Kalanchoe and white Callas is a classic bouquet full of pomp and circumstance.

white daisy matricaria and lisianthus and wedding bouquet

Lisianthus and White Daisy Matricaria go together beautifully as their delicate blooms intertwine, creating a canvas of garden fresh blooms, full of texture and personality.

Our Fancy and Double Tulips are elegant in their simplicity. Sometimes it isn't necessary to go over the top with an intricate design, a bunch of double blooming tulips can do it all!

Want to learn more about the individual flowers? See last weeks post.

Thanks for checking out these ideas, now raise a glass to the bride and groom. Cheers!

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