Winter wedding flowers are some of the most beautiful around, even though winter is not the most popular time to get married. Deciding how to choose your winter blooms should start with what is seasonal. This will help you stay within your budget.
Here are some seasonal suggestions:
Traditional wedding flowers available year-round:
When planning your winter wedding, personal preference and budget will help you decide which flowers you chose.
Some brides decide based on their color scheme or they follow the tradition of an all-white bouquet.
Some white flower choices include roses, tulips, and mums. Be careful to pick the right shade of white to go with your gown.
White poinsettias make for a beautiful winter wedding. Consider fillers like evergreen sprigs and berries.
For a silvery-look incorporate silver-dollar eucalyptus or dusty miller into your arrangements.
These are just a few suggestions for your winter wedding flowers. For more inspiration, check out bridal magazines, or ask your local florist for help.