We must produce more ivory white wedding flowers than any other colour. When I was going through all of our photos I found it so hard to make the selection you can see here.
We have so many stunning photos of all sorts of ivory wedding flowers that I have produced over the years. Perhaps it’s because ivory is a colour theme that never goes out of fashion, it’s timeless, elegant and can look absolutely stunning.
One of our most popular spring ivory wedding flowers are peonies. You can see them on this page on their own as well as combined with roses, freesias and hydrangeas.
Here is what Amie had to say about her white wedding flowers that featured peonies, hydrangeas, freesias and roses. You can see her bouquet here (below) and our candelabras that we decorated at Wethele Manor further down on this page.
“I just wanted to thank you so much for the amazing flowers, they were just stunning! Everything about them were just magical, we had so many compliments about them. Especially my bouquet.”
In winter ivory orchids, amaryllis and pussy willow can look magical for a winter wedding theme.
The all time most popular ivory flower is the rose. We have two favourites: the white ‘Akito’ and ‘Avalanche’. If you want fragrance then ivory freesias and peonies smell divine.
Not forgetting the most popular all year round calla lily; I love the small ivory ones as they make beautiful buttonholes. They also look so elegant on their own in shower and sheaf bouquets. Calla lilies can also be combined with roses to give you a classic look.
In summer and autumn the white hydrangeas are beautiful and work particularly well in table centrepieces on their own or mixed with other flowers, as seen in our photos above and below.
An ivory white wedding flower theme gives you probably the largest choice of flowers at any time of the year. Other flowers that I use are oriental lilies, gladioli, tulips, ranunculus, anemones, bouvardia, gerbera and stocks.