Thursday, September 1, 2011

Eye Candy! Some celebrity wedding flowers that I love!

I love seeing what celebrities choose for their flowers! I always wonder what inspires them to pick the blooms they carry on their wedding day! Above is Vanessa Manillo's bouquet of only gloriosa lilies. Nick Lachey wore a single gloriosa lily.

When Khloe married Lamar, she chose classic white flowers. Kim and Kourtney carried white roses and Khloe has lily of the valley, mini callas, stephanotis, and roses.

When Kim was married a few weeks ago, she also kept it clean and everyone carried white roses.

I Love Kate Moss's wedding flowers! She used classic garden flowers like roses, sweet peas, lily of the valley, and scabiosa.

The path to the church was decorated with loads of white flowers.

Fergie and Josh Duhamel also had clean white roses for their wedding.
Lily Allen's flowergirls carried tiny posies and had halo's of all sweet peas, roses, and scabiosas.

Lily Allen carried gorgeous hydrangeas, roses, penny cress, sweet peas, and tulips.

Nancy O'Dell carried white roses while her maid of honor carried roses in all shades of pinks.
When Avril Lavigne married Sum41 band leader Deryck Whibley, she chose classic white roses for herself (seeing a trend?) and her girls carried pink roses,

Miranda Lambert carried a jeweled bouquet of all heirloom brooches in place of flowers, while her girls had soft garden flowers.

Reese carried a clean bouquet of only Patience David Austin garden roses. I have had sooo many brides choose this exact bouquet. There is nothing classier than old fashioned garden roses. I use these roses almost every single week! I am in love with their southern elegance :)

Then there was that royal wedding everyone raved about!
Kate's bouquet was the fave come prom time this year! She carried a simple teardrop bouquet of lily of the valley, sweet william, and hyacinth blooms, along with some myrtle. So many brides I meet with ask me if it's bad to carry color or all white or ivory flowers. I always tell them the best part is "There's No Rule To It, Choose What You Know You Will Be Happy With 5 Years From Now When You Go Back Through Your Photo Album".