There is something special about adding hypericum berries to your winter flower arrangements! Hypericums give a balance to almost all types of blooms and greenery, adding texture and color. The best thing about berries is that they complement all kinds of and will “fill” the arrangement with a visually appealing composition. The hypericum berries are available all year and are versatile and hardy. It comes in peach, burgundy, white, green, pink, and red. See some of our favorite winter wedding arrangements below!
Red Roses and Red Gerbera Daisy Centerpiece
Photo by Partyingredients
Looking for an elegant centerpiece? Red roses paired with cherry color gerbera daisies and a few stems of fern greens in a footed gold vase. Ahh! Just beautiful! The dark contrast of the greenery will make an impression on your guests!
Winter White Centerpiece
Photo by theknot
Winter white centerpieces are always a fav! Paired with white roses, pompon white mums, silver brunia, and evergreen. Add in some white hypericum white berries for more texture. It will be a winter bliss!!!
Red & White Bouquet
Photo by southernliving
Winter white peony bouquet with red berries is classic! Remember, peonies are seasonal, and if they are not available, garden roses are a perfect substitution! Our favorite is garden rose O’Hara or the white garden rose Patience.
Perfect Red Bouquet
Photo by Pinterest
Love this lush bouquet filled with hues of ruby red and gorgeous texture. Create this bouquet by pairing together red Darcey garden roses, red ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, baby blue eucalyptus, and red hypericum berries. Wrap the stems with your favorite ribbon!
Holiday Floating Berries
Photo by Rotator Rod
Simple but elegant! Berries and candles instantly give the table or home décor a warm and festive feeling. This centerpiece is easy-to-do and budget-friendly to DIY for any event! Add some greenery vines on the table around your floating centerpieces to soften the table.
Photo by Candida Poli, Pinterest
I love this candy cane colored centerpiece. It has just enough of a pop of red. This centerpiece is made with artificial berries. For those of you that don’t want fake berries, make it with red hypericum. All you need is white alstroemeria, white roses, red hypericum, and a 4 x 4 square glass vase.
Photo by Ellisa Radice, Pinterest
Wonder why the groom and groomsmen wear boutonnieres? It is a tradition for them to wear a flower from the bride’s bouquet to symbolize undefined love ♥. If the bride has hypericum in her bouquet, it makes a perfect rustic boutonniere. Super easy and fun to make!
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