Winter wedding Flower Ideas: How to Create a Unique Wedding Bouquet Winter Inspired
When I was planning my wedding, I didn’t pay much attention to flowers. That is totally wrong! The bouquet is an important accessory of your wedding, and every season brings a different variety of flowers. White and red flowers always ruled in winter, and are the perfect choice for a classy, indoor celebration.
Winter wedding Flower Ideas: White bouquets
White flowers are a romantic and elegant choice during the cold season. As an alternative, ivory and off-white flowers create a classic and sophisticate effect perfect for winter weddings. Gardenias, narcissus paperwhite, lilies, orchids, roses, star of Bethlehem, stephanotis, and gypsophila are some of the best white flowers available during the winter season.
Winter Wedding Flower Ideas: Red bouquets
Red is really popular during the winter season, and gives an elengant touch to your wedding. Amemones, camellias, amaryllis, carnations, gerberas, ranunculus, roses, hypericum berries, and tulips, are the best red flowers available in the winter.
Winter Wedding Flower Ideas: 3 Useful Tips
If you are getting married during this time of the year you should consider this useful tips before choosing your wedding bouquet.
1. Keep in mind that the cost of flowers goes up around this time of the year. If you have a limited budget, choose affordable flowers that are in season such as carnations, french tulip, amaryllis, hypericum, protea, and quince.
2. Your bouquet is an important accessory of your wedding, and it should be in harmony with your dress, your style, and the season. Don’t fall in love with an arrangement before knowing the availability of certain kind of flowers!
3. Trust your floral designer. They are expert when it comes to floral arrangements. They know exactly how to make your wedding day unforgettable! 😉
Winter wedding flower Ideas: Angela Austin’s creations
To get inspired about winter bouquets, I’m thrilled to introduce Angela Austin to share with us her unique creations. Angela Austin is a Idaho-based floral designer specializing in classy, and stylish flower arrangements for weddings and special events.
Incorporating pieces of jewelry such as gems, pearls, brooches, and necklaces into a bouquet is becoming more and more popular. Using a Grandmother’s brooch, and family heirlooms is also a nice way to celebrate the loved ones, and make winter bouquets unique and glamor.
Do you need other winter wedding ideas? Here are some great tips to make your winter wedding unique and original.