The colors made by nature never get old, but there’s something about monochromatic white bouquets. There is still no shortness of individuality when it comes to arrangements that are mostly single-huded: some brides add a little blush with the addition of pale peonies, some elect a touch of berries for deeper contrast. And to make it lush and garden inspired? Lots of textural greenery!
A lush and gardeny style of bouquet, made extra special with panda anemone for a summer wedding at Prairie Production. Photography by Sally O’Donnell Photography.
This bridal bouquet was abundant with peonies, ranunculus, sage green eucalyptus, and navy viburnum berries as an accent. Blog post forthcoming. Photography by T&S Hughes.
Classic white and green for the bridal bouquet, with white garden roses, ranunculus, berries, dusty miller, and a touch of cedar. Blog post forthcoming. Photography by Kristen Cloyd.
The sweet scent of peonies and a soft palette of ivory marked a day to remember at this green and white winter wedding at Skyline Loft. Photography by Tim Tab Studios.
A wide range of flowers harmonized in an all-white color palette for this bride’s bouquet and wedding at Greenhouse Loft. Photography by Kristin La Voie.
Cloud-like ranunculus and peonies added volume to this spring bride’s bouquet for her April wedding at Chicago Athletic Association. Photography by Cristina G Photography.
Full, monochromatic arrangements with lots of eucalyptus for the bridal party, a gorgeous compliment to the navy and white color scheme at this wedding at Itasca Country Club. Photography by Anna Guziak.
A palette of white peonies, garden roses, and ranunculus paired with barely blush majolica roses made for a garden-inspired look at this couple’s garden party summer reception at Chicago Illuminating Company. Photography by Tim Tab Studios.
Another favorite: this bride’s loose bouquet—neutral in color but abundant in expressiveness! From the couple’s farm to table inspired spring wedding. Photography by T & C Studios.
Bridesmaids dresses were in a range of sage greens and dusty blues to reflect the soft hues of the bouquets in this wedding at Revolution Brewing. Photography by M Lindsay Photography.
Bouquets of white lisianthus and eucalyptus were a striking contrast to the bridesmaid’s all black dresses at this classic October wedding at Chicago Athletic Association. Photography by Bethany Carlson Photography.
This bride’s bouquet had all the textures for a dynamic, mostly monochromatic look. Blog post forthcoming. Photography by Jeremy Lawson.
These two bouquets integrate some more color while still keeping the bouquets mostly monochromatic. Soft greens, ivory whites, and touches of blue: the serene palette of a July wedding at Adler Planetarium, photographed by Katie Kett. This late summer wedding at Ignite Glass Studios featured a bouquet of classic white with tansy speckled throughout. Photography by Christy Tyler Photography.
This late-September wedding at Exmoor Country Club was a day filled with beauty. Here, the bride’s anemone-dotted bouquet of garden roses, ranunculus, and seasonal dahlias in pale pink to add a bit of color. Photography by Avant-garde Photography.
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