64 White Wedding Bouquets
While there are tons of colors to focus on in your big-day bouquet, many brides opt to carry white for their weddings. The choice may be anchored in tradition, but that's not the only reason it's so popular. White bouquets complement any wedding dress, and never draw attention away from the bride herself. Even better, they go with nearly any color scheme and will fit in with your celebration's style no matter the formality of the day. The color offers a blank slate to build the rest of your wedding's details off of and allows your bolder details to shine. On the other hand, white bouquets don't have to be subtle—some of the most statement-making clutches are innovative alternatives to typical assortments. Whatever the case, a bundle of white blooms can represent a fresh new start in your life.
Best of all, many wedding-worthy blooms look beautiful in white, meaning there's an incredible array of options to choose from. Roses, peonies, and lilies are conventional examples, while orchids, anemones, and protea are more modern. Bridal favorites like ranunculus and dahlias also look stunning in the color, and, generally speaking, you can find quite a few in-season white flowers whenever you're getting married. No matter what you choose, your blooms are bound to look clean and lovely, and can run the gamut from eye-catching to subtle—it's entirely up to you.
Whether you go with a timeless, classic arrangement or more novel, inventive bundle, there's an inherent beauty in an all-white or mostly-white bridal bouquet. Ahead, we've rounded up some of the loveliest white wedding bouquets we've come across.
White Bouquet with Mint
White Bouquet with Locket
This pretty Peony & Plum bouquet had a locket tied around it. It contained a photo of the bride's father, who passed away before the wedding.
Charming White Bouquet
Japanese ranunculus made up the bulk of this sweet bouquet.
White Bouquet with Subtle Pink
At this elegant wedding, the bride carried a mostly-white clutch with splashes of dusty rose.
White Stephanotis Bouquet
This bouquet—made of white stephanotis—was inspired by the bride's grandmother's. "I love how simple yet different my bouquet was," she shared, "but even more so how it made me feel like I had a part of her with me on my wedding."
Mixed White Bouquet
Jardiniere Fine Flowers made this arrangement of mixed white blooms.
Blue-Ribboned White Bouquet
Davy Gray arranged this white bouquet and tied it with long, blue ribbons.
Original White Bouquet
Tropical blooms made for an original, stunning arrangement at this wedding. The bouquet was dreamt up by Kaleidoscope Floral.
White Bouquet with Olive Branches
White Bouquet with Eucalyptus
This beautiful blend of roses and eucalyptus was designed by Little Hill Floral Designs.
White Clematis Bouquet
This bouquet, by Soulflower Design Studio, featured peonies and clematis.
Various White Bouquets
This bride and her bridesmaids all carried white, but each put the focus on a different flower. The bouquets were by Edge Floral Event Designers.
White Bouquet with Ivy
Ivy made for a stunning addition to this white-and-green Floressence Flowers arrangement.
White Magnolia Bouquet
This bride carried a giant, eye-catching magnolia flower.
Just-Picked White Bouquet
Blue Ridge Floral Design created this lush bouquet using peonies, garden roses, jasmine, and Veronica flowers.
Leafy White Bouquet
Lots of leaves and pretty anemones made these bouquets by Petal Pushers so full.
White Astilbe Bouquet
This bouquet, made entirely of astilbe, was perfect for a fall wedding.
White Anemone Bouquet
Roses, peonies, hydrangeas, tulips, anemones, ranunculus, Veronica, hyacinth, and gardenias composed this beautiful Southern Posies bouquet.
White Orchid Bouquet
White orchids make for a simple, contemporary bouquet, as this all-white arrangement went to show.
Timeless White Bouquet
This Lily Greenthumbs clutch, made from roses, hydrangeas, and peonies, was perfectly timeless.
Soft White Bouquet
At this celebration, the bride carried a soft and dreamy white-and-green wedding bouquet.
Unique White Bouquet
This big bouquet featured unique additions and was crafted by The Wild Rose.
White Bouquet with Ferns
White Peony Bouquet
Every flower at this wedding, all from Atelier Joya, was a crisp white, including the gorgeous all-peony bridal bouquet.
White Rose Bouquet
Always a classic choice, this bride walked down the aisle carrying a full bouquet of white roses from Santa Barbara Style.
Locally-Foraged White Bouquet
This bride requested that her florist, Bows + Arrows, create a bouquet that was "simple, natural, and classic looking—nothing too trendy or manicured," she said. The result: an all-white bouquet of peonies, bougainvillea, ranunculus, and roses were used in the bridal bouquet—all of which were locally foraged.
Classic White Bouquet
Diane Gaudett of Custom Floral Design designed this classic bouquet of lilies of the valley, stephanotis, and sweet peas.
Monochromatic White Bouquet
Blooming White Bouquet
This bride walked down the aisle carrying a bouquet of peonies, camellias, ranunculus, nerines, and crispa tulips, surrounded by maidenhair and umbrella ferns from Mindy Rice.
White Protea Bouquet
Floral Arts created this bridal bouquet of lady slipper orchids, blushing bride proteas, white garden roses and anemones, and blush peonies.
Textured White Bouquet
To create a lush, textured bouquet, Edge Florals used roses, hydrangeas, peonies, and other seasonal greens. The stems were then secured with a thick band of ivory ribbon and a tailored bow.
White Bouquet With a Family Heirloom
Event planner Mindy Rice designed this white bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, freesia, and maidenhair fern. A keepsake swatch from the groom's grandmother's own wedding, which she'd parceled out to all of her grandchildren and their brides, was tucked inside the bouquet.
Sentimental White Bouquet
Dutch white tulips, Charleston green marsh grasses, and woven palmetto roses made up this bridal bouquet from Out of the Garden. Wrapped around the flowers was a burlap ribbon and a cross necklace belonging to the bride's grandmother, who was unable to attend the wedding.
Cascading White Bouquet
Fleur Inc. designed this clutch—bound with gray, champagne, and ivory ribbons—of cream O'hara garden roses, quicksand roses, sahara spray roses, bay leaf foliage, clematis, olive foliage, dusty miller, trailing jasmine, cream ranunculus, cream peonies, and polo garden roses.
Lush White Bouquet
Branch Design Studio created this bouquet of fresh and dried lavender, astrantia, maidenhair fern, seeded eucalyptus, ranunculus, astilbe, Queen Anne's lace, jasmine vine, sweet peas, olive branches, explosion grass, viburnum, and spray roses. The bride then wrapped linen fabric from her dressmaker around the base of the bouquet.
White Feather Bouquet
The bride's gown designer, L'Wren Scott, fashioned these fluffy flowers from feathers and bound them with velvet ribbon, since peonies, the bride's flower of choice, were out of season at the time of her wedding.