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...
Every once in a while we come across a styled shoot that is so breathtaking that we cannot stop looking at the photos. This Glacier Blue inspired styled shoot is one of those times. Located at The Cedars at Carr Farm in Nashville, it has all the current trends in one place. From illusion necklines on wedding gowns and stylish groom’s attire to velvet linens and acrylic chairs, this styled shoot showcases the perfect inspiration for your upcoming wedding.
The stunning glacier blue cathedral veil was the design inspiration behind the entire shoot. The veil was hand curated by Alice + Mae, a local bridal accessory design. It Takes Two Eventsfelt that the elegant, yet avant-garde, Romona Keveza gown fit the romantic wintery shoot perfectly. We are in love with the textures and layers of this gown tied in with the high, illusion neckline. The planners knew from the...