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winter wedding ideas and themes,
you’ve chosen to have a winter wedding, you may be wondering about
what types of flowers you can use for your ceremony and reception.
Traditionally winter is time when trees are bare and flowers can’t
be found, but with today’s network of flower suppliers you can have
beautiful flowers nearly any time of year – even in the middle of
It may be cold
where you are, but flowers are blooming in a lot of other places.
This fact gives you much more flexibility in choosing your winter
wedding flowers, but you will still have a few types of flowers
that are easier to find than others. Some seasonal flowers for winter weddings are: African violets, amaryllis,
anemones, calla lilies, arum lilies, crocus, hyacinths, jasmine,
orchids, snowdrops, tulips, violets, roses and carnations.
You could use any
combination of colors for your winter wedding flowers. The most
typical colors used include blue, purple, pink, red, or green and
lots of white or cream. There are several flowers that come in
these colors and you can further accent them by pairing the flowers
When you choose
winter wedding flowers, you’ll find that you have some more creative
choices for greenery during this time of year. Greenery like
evergreen boughs, holly, berries, ivy and juniper are all available
for your winter wedding centerpieces and bouquet.
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of Flowers for Winter Bridal Bouquets
While a bouquet
made from red roses is very lovely, that isn’t your only choice of
wedding flowers for a bouquet in winter. There are lots of other
flowers that are available in winter that will make a perfect
bouquet. Flowers that work beautifully for winter wedding bouquets
are alliums, roses, snowdrops, stephanotis, baby’s breath, jasmine,
tulips, hyacinths, anemones or calla lilies.
where you can add a touch of the season to your winter wedding
bouquet is by tying a ribbon or lace around your bouquet. Ribbons
of white, cream, gold, silver or red give additional beauty to your
bouquet is the most significant part of your winter wedding flowers,
so it should and set the tone for the other arrangements. To add a
little seasonal flair to your winter wedding bouquet, you can place
a few winter touches to your flowers.
miniature pinecones (which can be sprayed white or silver,) pine
needles, pieces of evergreen and berries are a natural fit for
winter wedding bouquets. These details also add interesting texture
and color to your bouquet. Imagine a pure white bouquet with red
holly berries or a wedding bouquet of lavender roses with mini
“snow” dusted pinecones placed in between the blooms.
There are lots of
ways to incorporate the season into your winter wedding flower
centerpieces. One idea is to accent your flowers by placing holiday
ornaments in the bottom of flower vases or around the centerpiece.
You could also tie red ribbons around vases or use shiny silver or
gold vases to display flowers. For a snowy effect, place flowers in
frosted glass vases or place vases on top of a layer of gauzy tulle.
another way to give warmth to your winter wedding centerpieces.
Long white tapers or small votives add light and elegance to floral
can also use garlands or wreaths to enhance your winter wedding
centerpieces. A wreath of evergreen with flowers placed in
intervals can be placed around a large candle as a centerpiece. A
swag of holly underneath a vase of red or white roses would also
make a lovely winter centerpiece.