The winter season can be harsh weather for people, animals, and especially plants. Flowers may not fully bloom during this season, which may discourage you and your partner from having a winter wedding. Don’t allow this cold weather to ruin your plans, for there are several blooms that are continuously blooming throughout the year or flourish during the winter season that is still great for bridal bouquets and ceremony arrangements, centerpieces at receptions, or boutonnieres. Here are some winter wedding flower ideas that you may consider for your wedding day.
Amaryllis is popularly known as holiday flowers, which are available in shades of white and red. There are plenty more colors available, with some of them having bright color shade, great for a bouquet.
Blooming abundantly during the winter season, Ranunculus can add tons of character to your bouquet. If you are looking for soft florals similar to peonies, you can opt...
Today on The Bride Link, we want to give you just a few tips on how to keep your wedding guests cozy should you be having a fall or winter wedding!
First things first, let's talk about warm cozy beverages. You could do a crockpot full of hot cocoa or warm cider and offer this to your guests during pre-ceremony or throughout the entire night.
Another option is an obvious one, and that is to rent heaters from your local rental company. They can run a couple of hundred dollars, maybe more plus delivery fees and you'll have to plan in advance if you want them. So you're kind of gambling on weather, but they definitely do make a big difference in this space, especially if you're using like a tent or another area that might be as open.
The next option is to get a tent, especially a tent with sides. This can trap in a lot of body heat and keep things extra warm, especially during the winter months. A tent plus heaters is even better! Definitely offers the absolute best...