Ways to Do Winter: Winter Bouquets

Bouquets are an extremely important accessory for your wedding day.   It should be in tune with the dress you’re wearing, right down to the season that your celebrating your wedding day!

Even though there are no gardens blooming this time of year, there are some beautiful flowers that are often incorporated in bouquets during these chilly months.

  Here are some fabulous ideas for Winter White Wedding Bouquets!


Roses are one of the most popular flowers found in bouquets.  They are timeless and classic, and can be ordered in any color to fit your wedding scheme.  For winter, try to use white, red, ivory or any other “cool” color tones.


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These dusky mauve roses will bring a pop of color to any white backdrop.  This color scheme especially softens the appearance of the pine cones, which otherwise could be a harsh accent in bouquets.

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(Photo Courtesy: Martha Stewart Weddings)


Berries are an easy way to incorporate a winter accent without taking away from the natural beauty of the bouquet.  They can be used within any color scheme, and can come in different colors and sizes!

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Hypericum berries are  beautiful in bouquets, along side any type of white or red flowers.

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One color that you normally do not see this time of year is green, but it is surely popular to incorporate some sort of greenery in your wedding bouquets!

 Here are some great ways to use this color through the winter months!

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GoldGreen(Photo Courtesy: Martha Stewart Weddings)

Don’t forget to add as much Shimmer and Sparkle to your flowers for your

Winter Wonderland wedding!


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