Often linked to purity, innocence, and elegance, white remains to be a staple color for most weddings. A white gown is an unchallenged choice among brides, but a white bridal bouquet is rather uncommon.

A white bouquet is a charming contradiction--it uses the traditional wedding color, but it is a refreshing choice since most brides nowadays opt for brightly colored blooms. If you're thinking of carrying a bundle of white flowers on your wedding, remember to play with texture and varying shades of white--this will keep your bouquet from looking blah. Rhinestones, feathers, and brooches are just some of the embellishments you can use for your white bouquet. Check out our gallery for ideas!

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