48 Fresh Pretty & Romantic White Wedding Flower Ideas

White wedding flowers are a great choice for your wedding. Why? Well, they are timeless, classic and ever so beautiful.

I am here to share white wedding flower ideas to get your creative juices flowing, plus I will share all the white flower varieties available to choose from, by season.

 Photo: Matt Horan Photography via Winter Wedding West Mill Flowers: Floraldeco


Seasonal  White Wedding Flower Ideas

White wedding flowers are arguably the most popular choice for wedding colours. Plus, white is one of the most readily available shades for florals. Win-win.

Fresh, clean and timeless, white wedding florals are always a great option. Plus by using white, you can pair other tones in your day seamlessly without worrying about matching. Let’s take a look at some of the white flower choices you have, some may just surprise you!

White Spring Wedding Flowers

Bleeding Heart
Grape Hyacinth
Cherry Blossom
Lily Of The Valley
Cow Parsley

White Summer Wedding Flowers

Sweet Peas

White Autumn Wedding Flowers

Wax Flower
Snow Berries

White Winter Wedding Flowers

Silver Brunia
Winter Blossom
Pussy Willow

White Wedding Flower Bouquets

Now it’s time to dive into all the gorgeous white wedding bouquets! Ready? Let’s go.

1. Orchid & Dahlia

Modern and unique, this white dahlia and orchid bouquet is a show-stopper.

 Photo: Rick Liston Photography via Stones Of The Yarra Valley Wedding Flowers: I Heart Flowers


2. White Rose & Stocks

Snowy white roses teamed with stocks are ideal for winter wedding flowers.

 Photo: Emily Tyler Photography via Upthorpe Wood Wedding Flowers: Larkspur Floral Design


3. Greenery Peony & Wax Flower

Fresh as a daisy, this greenery bouquet is a gem!

 Photo: Carn Patrick Photography via Newton Hall Wedding Flowers: Wild With Love


4. White Peonies

A classic white peony wedding bouquet will bring all the romance.

 Photo: Sanshine Photography via Aynhoe Park Wedding Bouquet: Studio Sorores


5. Rose & Steel Berry

White wedding flowers work beautifully with steel berries and lashings of greenery. This bouquet includes:

Viburnum Steel Berry
Wax Flower

 Photo: Kate Gray Photography via Four Seasons Hampshire Wedding Flowers: White Lilac


6. Christmas Bouquet

If you are planning a Christmas wedding, how about this anemone, narcissi and spruce bouquet?

 Photo: Lee Allison Photography via South Farm Christmas Wedding Flowers: Wild Stems


7. Anthurium Bouquet

On trend anthurium teamed with grasses, foliage, roses and peonies looks stunning.

 Photo: The Light Painters via Cockliffe Country House Wedding Flowers: Sophie’s Flower Co


8. Gypsophila

Gypsophila or baby’s breath, is a romantic and inexpensive choice for a white wedding bouquet.

 Photo: The Backyard Studios via Philippines Wedding Flowers: Moki Gray


9. Cosmos

White cosmos brings a happy, whimsical feel to this sweet bouquet.

 Photo: Golden Vibes Photo via Magical Fairytale Wedding Ideas Flowers:The Velvet Poppy


10. White Blossom

Braches of white blossoms look amazing in wedding bouquets. This arrangement has:

Cherry Blossom
Cotton Flowers
Lunaria Honesty Seed Heads

 Photo: Siobhan H Photography via Romantic Soft Wedding Ideas Flowers: Jenni Bloom Flowers


11. Pretty White Bouquet

How gorgeous is this white bouquet which uses:


 Photo: Matt Horan Photography via Willow Marsh Farm Wedding Flowers: Number Twenty Seven


12. White Spring Blooms

Unique and pretty, these spring flowers really pack a punch. Here is what is in the bouquet:

Sweet Pea

 Photo: Clare Smith Photography via Blue Spring Wedding Flowers: Rachel Jones Flowers Co


13. Hydrangea & Rose

Round and classic, this hydrangea and rose bouquet is a beauty.

 Photo: Cory Ryan Photography via Modern White Wedding Texas


14. Summer Bouquet

These summery bouquets use white cosmos, hydrangea and ammi for a pretty feel.

 Photo: Katherine Ashdown via Country Blush Wedding Flowers: Jo Flowers


15. Sweet Pea & Scabiosa

Beautifully scented sweet peas with scabiosas, roses and white salvias look stunning teamed with fresh foliage.

 Photo: Amy Lou Photography via Healey Barn Wedding Flowers: Pip & Hatty Bloom


White Wedding Flower Centrepieces

So we’ve looked at white bouquets, but how about your wedding tables? White flowers can look stunning as centrepieces and top table wedding decorations.

16. Hanging Flowers

Bring flowers down to your wedding centrepiece with a white suspended hoop arrangement.

 Photo: Rick Liston Photography via Stones Of The Yarra Valley Wedding Flowers: I Heart Flowers


17. Bouquet Centrepiece

Use your white wedding bouquet as a centrepiece. It saves money and creates less waste. This flower arrangement includes:

Marianne Panda Anemones
Winter Blossom
Dried Nigella Seed Head
Dried Scabious Seed Head
Larch Twig
Grape Hyacinth

 Photo: Joanna Briggs Photography via Winter Blue Barn Wedding Ideas Flowers: Damson and Vine


18. White Ranunculus

Available in winter and early spring ranunculus is a great flower for tables.

 Photo: Matt Horan Photography via Willow Marsh Farm Wedding Flowers: Number Twenty Seven


19. Ruscus & White Flowers

Use plenty of ruscus and add white blooms to a tall wedding centrepiece.

Photo: Danielle Smith Photography via Ruscus Wedding Flowers: Millie Richardson


20. Gold Votives

Pop pretty white flowers such as gypsophila and rose into gold votives for a touch of glam.

Photo: Kerry Ann Duffy via Champagne Luxe Wedding Flowers: Marybella Wedding Flowers


21. Wildflowers

Create a wildflower look on your tables using all-white florals.

Photo: Sophie May Photo via Family Elopement Ideas Flowers: Greenery Florist


22. Milk Bottles

Mini glass milk bottles are a simple but oh so effective way to display table flowers.

Photo: Sally T Photography via Wrays Barn Whinstone View Wedding Flowers: The Flower Room


23. Opulent Swag

Go all-out with an opulent runner of greenery and white flowers that fall to the floor.

Photo: Stefano Santucci Studio via Greenery Wedding Ideas Tuscany Flowers: Flowers Living


24. Top Table Runner

Or, how about lining your top table with greenery and white dahlias?

Photo: Amy Lou Photography via Healey Barn Wedding Flowers: Pip & Hatty Bloom


25. Contemporary Table Runner

Contemporary and cool anthurium look brilliant against classic roses.

Photo: Serena Genovese via Tuscany Elopement Flowers: Stiatti Fiori


26. Baby Breath

Fluffy gypsophila in bottles is really pretty and can cut the cost of your wedding flowers compared to other stems.

Photo: Bernadeta Kupiec via Dunbar Wedding Flowers: Florence And Flowers


White Wedding Flower Arrangements

Finally, let’s take a look at other white flower arrangements, such as cake flowers, hair blooms, buttonholes, backdrops, arches and ceremony displays.

27. Camellia Arch

Camellia is often available in late winter and has a great open flower.

Photos: Pear & Bear Photography via Wollaton Hall Wedding Flowers: FloralDeco


28. Bright White Flowers

Zingy and bright, these white flowers are so striking.

 Photo: Sanshine Photography via Aynhoe Park Wedding Bouquet: Studio Sorores


29. Hair Flowers

Dainty white blooms look so pretty in this bride’s hairstyle.

 Photo: Heather Winstanley Photography via Cuffley Camp Wedding


30. Extravagant Ceremony Backdrop

More is more with this stunning white flower backdrop display.

 Photo: Rick Liston Photography via Stones Of The Yarra Valley Wedding Flowers: I Heart Flowers


31. Classic Archway

Organic and natural, this classic archway looks heavenly.

 Photo: Emily & Steve Photography via Countryside Barn Wedding UK Flowers: Early Hours


32. White Flower Crown

How lovely is this bride’s white wedding flower crown? So pretty!

 Photo: Maddie Farris Photography via Low Hall The Lakes Wedding Flowers: Floral Boutique Cockermouth 


33. White Dahlia & Rose

Using different sized white flowers creates a pretty effect.

Photo: Danielle Smith Photography via Compton Verney Wedding Flowers: Willow & Thyme


34. White Tree Blossom

Blossom is the jewel in winter and spring, so why not bring it indoors?

Photo: Honey and the Moon Photography via Drenagh House Estate Wedding Styling: The Wedding Room


35. Daisies

Delicate and happy daisies always look wonderful.

Photo: James and Kerrie Photography via Combe House Hotel Wedding Flowers: Claire Tottle Wedding Flowers


36. Pedestal Arrangement

Oodles of greenery with pops of white flowers are so elegant.

Photo: Matilda Delves Photography via Oak Barn Wedding Flowers: The Stonegate Flower Company


37. White Buttonhole Flowers

Buttonholes can look really elegant in shades of white.

Photo: Nicole Miro Photography LLC via Wisconsin Micro Wedding Flowers: Sage Floral LLC


38. Meadow Aisle

Use white wedding flowers to create a meadow-style aisle.

Photo: Pear & Bear Photography via Wollaton Hall Wedding Flowers: FloralDeco


39. Jar Aisle Flowers

Add fresh white blooms to glass jars and attach them to your wedding chairs.

Photo: Nicola Dawson Photography via Micro Wedding Flowers: Anemone Blue


40. Greenery & White Buttonhole

Utilise fresh greenery by adding sweet white stems to lapels.

Photo: Holly Collings Photography via Greek English Fusion Wedding Flowers: Flower La Vita


41. Hairstyle Blooms

Enhance a wedding hairstyle with stunning flowers.

Photo: Maddie Farris Photography via Stock Farm Wedding Tatton Flowers: The Floral Touch


42. Mantlepiece

Don’t forget about nooks and areas such as staircases and fireplaces to add blooms to.

Photo: Matt Horan Photography via Willow Marsh Farm Wedding Flowers: Number Twenty Seven


43. Church Flowers

Decorate your doorway with gorgeous church wedding flowers such as this pillar arrangement.

Photo: Luis Holden Photography via Oxnead Hall Wedding Flowers: Swaffham and Fakenham Florist


44. Milk Churn Flowers

Metal milk churns always look lovely with plenty of flowers.

Photo: Tied Photo & Film via Barn 1906 Wedding Flowers: Mid Valley Gardens Ltd


45. Cake Table Flowers

Ensure your guests don’t miss the cake table with a spectacular flower arrangement.

Photo: Gem Hicks Photography via Apricot Wedding Ideas Flowers: The Floral Potager


46. Lily Of The Valley

Lily of the valley is a delicate and pretty flower perfect for buttonholes.

 Photo: Sanshine Photography via Tortworth Court Wedding Flowers: The Wilde Bunch


47. Gypsophila Hairstyle

Pop delicate gypsophila into a plait for a romantic bridal hair look.

Photo: Matt Horan Photography via Willow Marsh Farm Wedding Flowers: Number Twenty Seven


And that’s a wrap! All the white wedding flower ideas you’ll ever need, plus lots of white flower varieties to get you started. Hooray!

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Further Reading

86 Wedding Backdrop Ideas
Wedding Candle Centrepiece Ideas
Wedding Sign Ideas

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