Some sources say that there was white heather and white roses, another I read said the bouquet contained carnations, fern, and two lilies... but, all sources reporting in on the subject stated that there are no photos of the bouquet to found, so the bouquet's contents cannot be confirmed.
Well, there may be no photographic images of the bouquet, but I thought, what about the film reels of the event? Knowing that I had seen silent footage of the royal wedding in 1923, I decided to review those films on You Tube. And, I wasn't dissapointed, as the first film I viewed shows an image of the bouquet being carried by an attendant of the Duchess, following right behind the father of the bride, The Earl of Strathmore. If I have found it, then, I have another bit of royal flower sleuthing under my belt. So, from that film I have tried to capture the frame where the bouquet is most visible. And, to my eye, it does look like a round bouquet of all white roses, gathered with white ribbon. The white heather may be in there, but, you really can't confirm that by the image on film. But, I think that I will believe that the heather and rose account is the correct description of the bouquet.