Post # 1
I love the all white look. I saw a florist today, she did something that had lots of hydrangeas and they all had a tint of green. She said they’re all white. She said there’s a white with a hint of pink and a white with a hint of green. I HATE GREEN.
I love all white. I wonder how can I get the all white look like in this picture. What kind of flowers are these … what was used to create this look? Any experts that would like to help? Thank you!
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2009 - Barr Mansion
It’s hard to tell without a close-up shot, but I bet you could get a look similar to that with a combo of different white flowers, like carnations, ranunculus, peonies, roses, etc. I think carnations would be especially nice.
Post # 4
It is also hard to tell from that picture, but hydrangeas do have hints of color in them. Its hard to get all white and it really depends on your area too.
Post # 5
I think that was a pic from Donald Trump’s wedding to Melania at Mar a Largo in FL. He can get WHATEVA color hydrangeas he can possibly dream up.
I have never seen white hydrangeas (growing in the wild or in a yard that is). You can get a really fluffy look with babys breath bunched in together in huge amounts btw.
Post # 6
I want WHITE! Grrrr. Uh oh … I may get bridezilla …just kidding.
Post # 7
I see some ranunculous I think, on the table. Also looks like some carnations. Tightly-packed carnations are cool! I also like the idea of the babys breath.
Post # 8
Well, as a florist for over 30 yrs. I learned a little secret to really making your fresh floral budget go far and also have the full flower look. The flower called "stock" it comes in white, soft yellow, peach, pink, fuschia, lavender and purple. It’s beautiful and very reasonable and filling. Oh and in the picture above looks like hydragea, ranunculas and anemones.
Post # 9
Oooh… I’m going to go look this info up right now! Thank you.