We lined up all the flowers for making a large hand-tied bouquet. The flowers looked absolutely beautiful and everyone felt that there was something very calming, and almost therapeutic, when we worked with them.
We placed the finished bouquet in a simple, unadorned kilner jar.
Then this was presented in a green Meadowsweet gift bag. Green works especially well with white.
Weddings are associated with white - of course they are given the connotations of purity! Mostly I have used white in buttonholes - either a single white rose, just with some green foliage or a touch of colour:
....or a little bunch of gypsophila tied with lace and string:
For one wedding I decorated tables in a marquee just with gypsophila - a frothy mass of white!
Finally, here is a simple jug of mainly white flowers - peonies and astrantia picked from the garden, snapdragons and foliage. Joyful and lovely.