Bouquets fit for a winter wedding are truly gorgeous. You can use the flowers in your bouquet to complement your wintery decor and seasonal surroundings. Try to go for blooms that are in season to cut down on costs. Classic color pairings of red, white and green are a good place to start and add in some festive textural touches. We’ve picked out seven winter wedding bouquets for you to be inspired by.
1. Bold and Oversized
This is quite a simple bouquet in terms of the types of flowers that are used. The size of the bouquet and the boldness of the deep red blooms are what really makes it stand out.
2. Soft Tones
If you’re lucky enough to have a snow-filled day, or you’re going for a winter white look; this is a lovely combination. Using white anemone as the center of the bouquet, you can add dusty miller and stunning silver brunia to complete the arrangement. A great one, if you’re fond of smaller bouquets.
3. Festive Foliage
A bouquet of crisp green foliage and red berries is a wonderful fit for the occasion. This would also work for floral arrangements on the tables.
4. Lilies and Pine Cones
Adding pine cones to your bouquet adds a seasonal touch and some unexpected texture. It works well with brunia and dusty miller.
5. A Bunch of Holly
Holly berries make for an interesting alternative to a floral bouquet. They are synonymous with winter and we also love the idea of tying the bouquet with a small length of faux fur.
6. Dusty Berries
This is such a simple bouquet with the berries and dusty miller really grabbing all of the attention. If you prefer a bigger bouquet, these could be used for your bridesmaids.
7. Winter Greens and Branches
The dusty pink roses are a soft addition to this striking bouquet. Incorporating branches into your arrangements gives a rustic look that’s ideal for a cold-weather wedding.
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