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To complement the all-white decor, event designer Ed Libby created four white bouquets for the brides. "I almost never do colored bouquets as they take away from the bride," says Libby.

Clockwise from left: Opulent Glamour: "I refer to this one as the Judith Leiber bag of bridal bouquets, says Libby. To add sparkle, rhinestones, beads and crystals were sprinkled throughout the white roses, ranunculus, mini calla lilies and hyacinth florets. Simple Elegance: "Calla lilies are very chic and create soft, clean lines," says Libby. An antique white double-faced satin ribbon accented the stems for a relaxed yet elegant touch. Winter Chic: "This Doctor Zhivago-esque bouquet brings the winter glam indoors," says Libby of the faux-fur muff confection with white phalaenopsis orchids. Classic Romance: "It’s for the bride who doesn’t want a lot of bells and whistles," says Libby of the traditional hand-gathered bouquet of roses, spray roses, ranunculus, mini calla lilies and hyacinth florets.

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