Single Flower Bouquets

Feb 2 2011

Simple and stunning. Go large and dramatic with a single flower bouquet~ like these white hydrangea bouquets.

photo by Moments Captured Photography via  Rock My Wedding.

Moments Captured Photography

Dressing up these hydrangea blooms and offering a sweet pop of color … are green hypericum berries.

via Serendipity Floral Design

Using a single flower type is another way to command attention and pump up the volume. This  bouquet contains 3 gorgeous and full pink peonies.

via Martha Stewart Weddings

What do you think of single flower bouquets?  Because of their simplicity, should they only be considered for a more casual wedding?

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8 thoughts on “Single Flower Bouquets

  1. I think a bouquet of one flower type exudes simple elegance (rather than extravagance). Formal or casual, luxury or budget, weddings that want a clean, simple and tasteful mood can benefit from single flower type bouquets!

  2. Oh my, I love hydrangeas and peonies ~ I even used them at our wedding. They’re great flowers to use because they hold up really well for photos and all evening long!

  3. Single flower arrangements are stunning! Your pictures say it all. Flowers like hydrangea, peony, ranunculus and gerbera daisy are excellent for this type of arrangement because they are large and very elegant flowers. A nice perk is it only takes a few of these larger flowers to make a wonderful arrangement. The simple elegance of single flower arrangements makes them absolutely perfect for casual to the most formal of weddings.

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