Green and white is a classic color combination for weddings, partly due to its versatility! Lots of popular, traditional wedding flowers are available in crisp white, and a pop of fresh greenery is truly the perfect complement for any arrangement, so the options are nearly endless. I came across a more modern take on this color pairing in a summer bouquet round up from Minnesota Bride Magazine’s website, that put a really interesting, textural spin on it. Check it out below, along with some product suggestions!
Here’s what you would need in order to recreate this look: White Ranunculus (or White Cloony Ranunculus would certainly work too!), a small, ruffled white Rose of some sort–our Whipped Frosting Sweetheart Garden Rose would fit the bill, green brain Celosia, Ivory White Hydrangea, green Lady Slipper Orchids, and finish it off with some delicate cascading Maiden Hair Fern!
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