With endless combinations of flowers available for your wedding bouquet, selecting a style made of entirely white blooms might feel uninspired. But these gorgeous monochromatic bouquets prove that sometimes less really is more.
While we'll always love colorful, bright blooms, carrying an all-white bouquet is an instant classic. Whether you favor crisp white or a more creamy ivory, there are tons of flowers options to pick from when creating your single-hued bouquet.
For a romantic wedding, opt for lush peonies, beautiful garden roses, or simple lilies. If you want to try something a bit out of the ordinary, carry a posy of orchids, tulips, hydrangeas, or lily of the valley down the aisle instead.
And don't be afraid to add filler. Since white blooms can blend together, including accents like lamb's ear, fragrant herbs, or ferns help set off each individual flower.
If you're still not sold on the idea, celebrities like Ivanka Trump, Kim Kardashian, and Kate Middleton all chose white bouquets on their wedding day, so you'll be in very stylish company.
The best part about saying "I do" to white wedding flowers? You'll never look back on your photos and regret the decision. White blossoms will always be on trend.
See just how beautiful white bouquets can be by clicking through the slideshow of our favorites!
At left: A timeless all-white bouquet made of fragrant gardenias created by Costa Mesa, California-based florist White Lilac Inc.
A coastal-inspired bouquet made of gardenia, ranunculus, and garden roses created by Maryland-based florist Petal and Print.
An all-white bouquet of tulips created by North Carolina-based florist Amy Lynne Originals.
A classic white bouquet made of garden roses, ranunculus, hellebores, freesia, gardenias, and orchids created by Rhode Island-based florist Stone Blossom.
A classic white-and-cream bouquet made of ranunculus and roses created by Newport Beach, California-based florist Elegant by Design.
A classic bouquet made entirely of all-white peonies created by Seattle-based florist Rented Elegance & Design.
A white posy made up of peonies, white lilac, and freesia created by New York City-based florist Belle Fleur.
A simple and romantic posy comprised entirely of lily of the valley created by Virginia-based florist Beehive Events.
A sweet and simple bouquet made of white roses and hydrangeas.
A garden-party inspired bouquet of hydrangea, roses, Queen Anne's lace, and lemon leaf created by Texas-based event designer Tamara Menges.
A summery bouquet made of white hydrangeas and brunia berries created by Greensboro, Georgia-based florist Z. Grant.
An elegant, all-white bouquet comprised of soft roses and ranunculus created by Maryland-based florist Edge Floral Event Designers.
An all-white posy compromised of peonies, garden roses, lysimachia, anemones, and ranunculus, accented with fresh herbs, created by Los Angeles-based florist Hollyflora.
A delicate lily of the valley and lamb's ear bouquet created by Burbank, California-based florist Flower Wild.
A romantic bouquet made of peonies and dusty miller styled by Lucy Munoz.
An exotic, textured bouquet made up of orchids, miniature calla lilies, and parrot tulips created by Hunt Littlefield, a San Francisco-based florist.
A modern mixed bouquet of garden roses, succulents, lisianthus, stock, and spray roses created by Durham, North Carolina-based florist Tre Bella.
A traditional all-white bouquet comprised of peonies, roses, and ranunculus created by Connecticut-based florist KD&J Botanica.
A formal posy of elegant white calla lilies created by Clarendon Hills, Illinois-based florist The English Garden.
A romantic, textural bouquet of all-white peonies, ranunculus, garden roses, white lilac, freesia, and lisianthus created by New York City-based florist Belle Fleur.
A formal all-white peony bouquet created by Los Angeles-based event designer JOWY Productions.
An all-white bouquet made of peonies and roses created by North Carolina-based florist Amy Lynne Originals.
A simple and sweet posy made of scabiosas, sweet peas, and maidenhead ferns created by Richmond, Virginia-based florist Merriment Events.
A romantic cascading bouquet comprised of Queen Anne's lace, hydrangea, bougainvillea, and pussy-willow grass created by Melbourne, Australia-based florist Wunderplant.