At New York Bridal Week, models walked the runway at the THEIA Bridal Fall 2012 show carrying beautiful floral bouquets that embraced a simple and uniform color palette. Some of the bouquets featured a severely edited floral range as well, such as this one, which restricted the look to white roses.
Keep reading for another wedding bouquet that used a variety of white flowers for a more exotic look, as well as five reasons to try this look at your own wedding.
With calla lilies, orchids, and a glossy alocasia leaf, this simple palette is sophisticated and unusual. The subtle green tones throughout the arrangement create a lovely, gentle contrast with the white gown.
Want to use a monochromatic bouquet at your wedding? Here are some great reasons to try it.
- These bouquets look great against complicated, frilly gowns.
- A simple palette allows you to get creative with the type of flowers, berries, and leaves you add to the bouquet without going over the top.
- A monochromatic bouquet looks instantly modern.
- A monochromatic bouquet is easy to coordinate with other elements of the wedding decor.
- You can easily mix a variety of different-sized flowers in your bouquet if they're all the same color.
What look did you choose for the floral bouquet at your wedding? Did you go for a monochromatic bouquet? Are you tempted to try it at your upcoming nuptials?