Roses are the epitome of white flowers; in their little blooms they carry an air of romance, tradition and beauty. They are the first flower that would come to mind for decorating any event, especially a wedding. Currently, wedding décor is calling for simplicity; it seems that glitz and glam has lived out its era. When looking for refined, clean-cut beauty white is the perfect shade to choose. When you combine the two you can create magic for a wedding.
We are all somewhat familiar with the rose representing pure love, and that white is a shade that represents innocence. But the meaning of the white rose that we find the most compelling, especially in a wedding situation is, honour. Romantic love can be quite strong, a couples adoration and respect for one another is what holds them close together.
The white rose is one of the most traditional of white wedding flowers. Using something that adheres to the past will give your white flower bouquets and decorations an aura of timelessness, which is what your relationship will gain over the years of blissful matrimony.
When it comes to white flower trends and options, even if you are going for a traditional look with white rose bouquet and decorations, there is always a way to add a little flair. Asymmetrical bouquets are starting to become quite a trend. You can create and all-rose bouquet and make it asymmetrical by using different sizes going from large white flowers to little buds, or you can combine your white roses with another ever-popular flower like the white lily flower.
When creating this type of white rose bridal bouquet, don’t leave the process to chance. Asymmetrical does not mean flowers of different sizes thrown together. The help of experts like those at London florist Todich Floral Design can help you create an artistically tasteful bouquet that will convey the romantic beauty of the event.
If you do not want to stray far from tradition a nice luscious bouquet with a white flower and deep green foliage for contrast can be just as eye-catching; the flower bouquet will convey the purity and joy of the event and your feelings for each other.
Regardless of the floral design you choose white roses can be used for many aspects of a wedding. They can be used in bouquets, boutonnieres, arrangements and corsages. When using such a simple tone for your main colour of décor you can really go all out. Your arrangements do not have to be small and refined as you do not run the risk of being garish or tacky with white. Bountiful bouquets of white roses everywhere will only add to the atmosphere of the event.
If you are still unsure of exactly what you would like to do with your white flower roses, remember that our team of London florists will help you out every step of the way. From the first consultation to the very last tweaking of your white flower bouquets, you can be sure that your matrimonial dreams come true. The newly developed online gallery contains white flower pictures of wedding and events flowers. Take a look at our online portfolio for inspirational ideas.