Winter Wedding Bouquets
Winter just arrived and it looks like the only thing that misses is our creative ideas for seasonal wedding bouquets that you guys can get inspired for your big day! We know how important is for a bride who is planning the wedding in a winter day to find a flower arrangement that can reflect the vibrancy of the season for her ceremony. The bouquet – and the rest of the floral arrangements needed for the wedding can be planned according to the coloring of the season, flavors and theme.
There are two big holidays that occur during this season: Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Each of these dates is unique for a wedding and it can help you plan a romantic, glamorous and stylish bridal look. Those who adore winter will also fall in love with these sublime wintry bouquets. The designs we picked for this article are inspired directly by the magic and flair of the season. This is why they look so elegant, so fancy and natural.
There are many styles trendy or popular for winter weddings: the whimsical style, the rustic style, the natural green style or the crafty non-floral style. No matter the design you pick, you can be sure your look will be astonishing! Winter time ceremonies are beautiful and divine. We know many couples who have decided to spend their wedding outdoors, in a more whimsical location and style. You can find a few pictures relevant for this subject in case you are interested in planning your ceremony outside the doors.
But let’s see what bouquet designs we’ve collected for this post. The first bouquet displays a breathtaking muted palette. These florists had the great inspiration to combine white with gray and obtain a delightful arrangement fit for a classy wedding with a modern twist. This bouquet contains white hydrangeas and dusty miller. We are fascinated by this style and we think it can fit perfectly well any type of contemporary bride who wants something chic and elevated for her ceremony. The stems are wrapped in white moiré ribbon, hand-embroidered with a monogrammed button framed in glass beads. The effect is pretty wintry! Simple, dainty and feminine, what more could a bride wish for her ceremony?
If you’re in for something a bit more glistening, check out the second winter wedding bouquet on this page. This arrangement contains chrysanthemums and button mums, carnations, English daises and a few dusty miller accents. The gold and silver floral paint and metallic glitter used for these flowers add a nice glimmering touch. A very snow-like wedding bouquet resembling winter’s white texture is the last one from here, created from creamy astilbes.