Two Approaches To The Winter Wedding Bouquet

How gorgeous is a winter wedding? Well, we’ve seen our fair share, and we have to say, it’s hard to look away from the beauty. The sheer variety of seasonal florals is staggering–you’ve got walk-through-the-snowy-woods whites, greens and neutrals, and then the rich, lavish hues of the holidays. There’s no question that texture is a big part of bridal bouquets, table designs and other floral decor; it’s practically a requirement. We’ve identified two floral schemes that we think best capture the spirit of the season. Prepare to be enchanted.

Silent Night 

Ah yes. to gaze upon this delicate, layered white bouquet is to welcome the fresh snowfall at dawn. But we’re waxing poetic. You can easily achieve this look by bringing together predominantly ivory flowers, but with some neutral blooms worked in too. Fleck the bouquet with greenery like silver dollar eucalyptus for that mystical affect and textured fir. Here, pale lavender roses, white carnations and the unexpected softness of cotton mingle with berries. The vibe is demure and enchanting.

Merry & Bright

Want a bridal bouquet fit for the Sugarplum Fairy? Craft one full of rich statement blooms like king protea, cabbage flower and roses. The rosy calla act like little trumpets while the protea convey a noble air. Silver dollar eucalyptus is all the green you need to lend a note of softness and an easy contrast. This feels both natural and polished, and against an otherwise white backdrop (like a wedding dress or an entire decor scheme), really shines.