Sometimes it’s hard to think out of the box with winter wedding flowers. Usually, winter wedding couples end up with traditional white flowers and lose the pizazz that they wanted. Here is so Having inspiration can keep you thinking outside the box.
1. Texture: Add fillers and greens that have a unique texture to break up white winter wedding flowers.
2. Color: Be bold, add layers of color. Either shade of winter colors or gold/ silver floral spray on your textured fillers/ greens.
3. Surrounding Elements: Use linens, vases, and ribbons to add texture to bouquets, centerpieces, and boutonniere for a professionally styled ambiance
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This centerpiece incorporates unique textures that add depth to the arrangement. The hypericum berries, pine cones, and seeded eucalyptus pods compliment the incense cedar, holiday ornaments, red and white roses, lisianthus, and mini green hydrangeas. Creating depth with texture keeps the arrangement from feeling too overly Christmas or even tacky. The arrangement looks classy and tasteful because of the inclusion of texture and depth.
Garden roses, greenery, anemones, ranunculus, and red dendrobium orchids combine to create the dimensional wedding tablescape above. The surrounding elements and shades of the same color (bright red, deep red, burgundy, and maroon) create depth. The surround elements are a perfect mixture, the brick wall in the background, gold linens, gold vase, and other accents that create an original wedding ambiance.
This bouquet and boutonniere set is part of the gold and red wedding above. The incorporation of plaid creates a distinct winter wedding setting.
OR you can throw any rules right out the window and come up with a completely original idea that speaks to your personality as a couple. This design includes red peonies, red freedom roses, purple stock, seeded eucalyptus, billy balls, Brunia, and thistle. All of the elements are included in this design, color, textures, and surrounding features. The bright icy blue is perfect accent! Don’t you agree?