Even though the temperature is cold outside and the trees are bare, there are plenty of ways to add warmth and plenty of color to your wedding and other indoor events with flowers from our winter collection. While spring and summer are the most popular seasons for weddings, winter weddings are gaining in popularity. Each season offers its unique beauty and when it comes to winter, there is no denying the splendor of a landscape covered by a blanket of freshly fallen snow or the sunlight that highlights the glistening effects. The contrast between the white and deep green of evergreen trees and holly berries is striking. When selecting winter wedding flowers, use the natural beauty found in winter’s landscapes and the winter season colors as inspiration.
Weddings and the color white go hand in hand. Play up the white on white trend with bouquets and arrangements filled with blizzard, Eskimo and akita roses, godetia, snapdragons and baby’s breath. Arrange them in silver tone vases and accent them with shimmery ribbon, silver glitter ting ting and silvery leaves to capture an elegant winter wonderland theme. When you want to soften the all-white scheme, mix in flowers in cream, ivory and off white hues. For a dramatic winter wedding bouquet, mix together white and red blooms. For a classic bouquet, include red and white roses surrounded by red hypericum berries, white freesia and lush green filler like cedar branches. For a romantic display, group together deep red roses, white anemones, red hypericum berries and olive branches.
Wintertime is filled with lots of festive events such as holiday parties. Add a dose of cheer and merriment with winter-themed centerpieces. For an arrangement saturated in color, choose the popular red, white and green palette. Think sprigs of lush greenery complemented with white tipped pinecones, amaryllis blossoms and berries.