Who says that you can’t use tropical blooms and foliage in the cold blistering months of winter? Maybe you are one to set your own trends? We are here to say that is totally okay! Add a unique and unexpected twist to your wedding flowers. Here are some of our favorite ways to incorporate tropical florals and greens into winter weddings.
Add hints of tropical blooms into your centerpieces
We love this mixture of earthy tones and tropical blooms. The leucadendron and protea really pop against the silver tones of the olive branch, eucalyptus, and berries. You can incorporate this into any centerpiece, bouquet, boutonniere, you name it!
Unique aisle decor
Just because a winter wedding typically occurs indoors does not mean you are limited to the types of greenery you can use to decorate. We encourage to bring the outdoors in! Spread tropical greens such as palms or ferns along the aisle of your ceremony space or sprinkle them around the reception area. Your guests will feel like they stepped into a tropical paradise in the middle of winter!
Holiday colors with a pinch of tropical
Experiment with tropical blooms and greenery. Use red flowers such as ginger red, red hypericum berries, and greenery to mimic holiday colors. This is a festive yet understated bouquet that we think pops and would add warmth to any winter event!
Throw in a pineapple!
Here is a simple idea! Add pineapples or other tropical fruits to any centerpiece. Add this sweet touch to any table that will be sure to wow your guests! You can also design a centerpiece inside of a pineapple. Learn how here!
Tropical leaf touches
We love that this couple used tropical leaves for their table numbers! This idea can be incorporated into any season but will be quite surprising during the cold months! Say goodbye to snowmen and hello to palm trees!
Have we convinced you yet? How will you include tropical blooms and foliage into your winter wedding? Let us know! We can’t wait to hear!