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Carrying a gorgeous bouquet of flowers down the aisle is a must no matter what time of year you’re being married. You may (and should!) have a bouquet of your favorite blossoms on your wedding day, even if they aren’t technically in season at the moment. And if you want those lovely flowers to match the season of your wedding, you’re in luck: some of the most stunning color combinations are ideal for a winter destination wedding.
Start with the colors that are most suggestive of the season when planning seasonal arrangements. Deep burgundy, bright emerald green, pristine white, and classic blue are our favorites for the winter months. Choose a bouquet with a combination of these hues for a winter-inspired design that isn’t overly festive.
Evergreens are associated with winter for a reason. Use other seasonal blooms, such as protea, on a foliage-filled base to create your own take on greenery. Gawk at this stunning bouquet of king protea, Queen Anne’s lace, and tons of textural greenery.
Because flowers are scarce at this time of year, make the most of texture. This bouquet of blooming pieris, dusty millers, spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus is a perfect example.
In nature and fashion, winter comes deeper color palettes, so do the same with your flower design. This organic bouquet of anemones (with dark cores! ), scabiosa, and foliage has our vote.
Consider adding amaranth blooms to your bouquet if the weather isn’t too cold. Because this flower is available in late-harvest colors, it may offer a wintry touch to any pink or ivory bouquet.
Berries, of course, make an appearance at this time of year. Use the fruit to add a unique element to your ensemble. A combination of mauve berries, roses, ranunculus, and cosmos is recommended.
This bouquet hits on every winter floral trend we’ve highlighted, with evergreens, berries, and textures. Consider adopting the season’s most recognized color: red, to take yours to the next level!
Keep it Simple
While all-white bouquets are appropriate at any season, there’s something particularly alluring about a traditional bouquet at this time of year. Embrace the flower’s stems (leave the leaves on!!) and add delicate clematis and Japanese andromeda to make it your own.
Peach is the most unusual color in this collection, but that doesn’t mean we don’t like it. Look at how vibrant the red, green, and purple tones are for the season!
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