Winter weddings can be some of the most beautiful by embracing your surroundings and using seasonal blooms in whites, greens, browns, and even some blues and grey shades. Here we have some suggestions on how to make your floral accessory—the bouquet—something memorable, special, and just plain beautiful.
Winter Bouquets in All White
Getting married in the wintertime usually means being surrounded by snow, especially in the Midwest. Embrace a wintry wonderland theme with an all-white bouquet and you can’t go wrong. Mix the blooms or pick just one type of flower—even a huge grouping of baby’s breath works to make a stunning statement.
Winter Bouquets in Green and White
If all one hue isn’t enough, add in some greenery for a wintry statement that is equally beautiful but with a natural contrast. You can add leaves, green flowers, or evergreen needles for a stunning and sophisticated bouquet.
Winter Bouquets with Festive Accents
Incorporating pine cones, berries, or frosted greenery is a beautiful way to embrace the holiday season in your bridal bouquet.
This stunning bouquet by Songbird Floristry is quite dramatic, hitting the notes of seasonal elements and pops of color, while also being romantic and lush.
Universal Blooms for Winter Weddings
Roses or anemones always work to add a pop of contrast to a winter bouquet. Both florals are available in the winter, and while roses come in a variety of colors, we love a white anemone with its dark black center for added dramatic effect. Alternatively, add roses in different colors and sizes for a bouquet that is dramatic, bold, and still romantic, such as this bouquet.
Want to see more seasonal bouquets? Check out our take on some beautiful spring bouquets here.
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