Jennifer’s White, Green, and Black Wedding Inspiration Board

Jennifer writes:
“Hi. I came across your website and was amazed at the flowers and the price. My daughter informed me a month ago she was getting married this June. I am looking to find flowers I can afford and I really like the idea of silk flowers. She is wearing white and her colors are black and clover green. She does not want the traditional flowing bouquet. Her wedding is very modern. Would you be able to make a suggestion for me? Thank you so much!

Jennifer, I created your inspiration board with flowers in greens and whites. I used flowers that are a little more unique, such as anemone, bells of ireland, wild calla lilies, and apple blossoms. I think a great idea for bouquets would be to create them using the cream white roses, cream anemone, green hydrangea, and green bells of ireland. The anemone is a great modern flower, and it will help bring black into the bouquets. If you would like to keep it simply, try just the anemone and an accenting green flower. Wrap a black ribbon around the bouquet stems to complete the look. I hope this helps!

Dress from David’s Bridal. Items used to create Jennifer’s White, Green, and Black Wedding Inspiration Board from (clockwise starting at top left):

Cream White Half Open Rose, Green Bells of Ireland, Cream Apple Blossom, Black Satin Edge Ribbon, White Pearl Pins, Premium Light Green Hydrangea, White Stargazer Lily, Green Wild Calla Lily, Cream Anemone.


  1. Hello Jennifer,
    I am a recently engaged just turned 30 years old bride to be and would like to think still in the 30 and under age range =). I am planning a fall wedding this November, being from Connecticut I have always loved the Autum season but unsure how to pull it off without going too much in an older crowd feel. I love the rich colors of course but vases and centerpieces are becoming challenging because I cant think of what would be more my genre than maybe my Mom or Grandmothers, HELP!!!

    Thank you,

  2. I think fall tones are romantic, classy, and very beautiful! If you are afraid these colors with have too much of an "older" feel, spice it up some by using brighter shades of yellows and oranges!

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