Khloe Kardashian agrees, elegant white bouquets have a clean, classic look
November 10, 2009 Bill Crotty
Khloe Kardashian is among a host of other celebs to get in on the all-white wedding flowers craze.
Kardashian released her wedding pictures today and it seems that she and sisters Kourtney and Kim, who were bridesmaids, all carried white floral arrangements.
Ivanka Trump was another star to get in on the white-bouquet trend. She carried fresh white stephanotis down the aisle when she wed Jared Kushner in late October, People Magazine reports.
Though arrangements of pink tea roses or bright yellow blooms will always be classic, there's something refreshing and minimalist about a clean white bouquet. It definitely takes the pressure off of having to come up with a color scheme.
When actress Marla Sokoloff of The Practice married Deadsy drummer Alec Puro in Beverly Hills this past Sunday, the bride sported a white strapless gown and carried a snow-white floral arrangement. Her bridal party wore black, which added to traditional, formal feel of event. The wedding took place in the Chapel Garden at Il Cielo restaurant, the news source reports.
Of course, carrying white blooms doesn't mean forgoing color all together. Consider an all-white theme for the wedding ceremony, but bring cheerful punches of color in for a fun reception.