This 2019 Winter Wedding Palette is impressive! There are so many awesome color palettes to choose from for your wedding. Brides love to personalize their weddings and planning a winter wedding is more romantic than any time of the year! There are plenty of flowers in-season for winter flowers such as anemones, amaryllis, roses, ranunculus, and orchids mixed with astible. Add natural lotus pods, silver brunia, dusty miller and lots of wispy greenery. When planning a winter wedding choose the flowers that are special to you and your partner! Here are some awesome trending 2019 color palettes.
2019 Winter Wedding Metallics
Add some bling to your wedding decor and make your flowers sparkle by adding jewels to your wedding bouquet. Wrap the flower stems in gold beaded ribbon. Use beautiful white anemones with rich black centers as your focal flower. If you want to keep your flowers budget friendly, mix in white carnations, white calla lilies, white dendrobium, and hypericum.
Every wedding table deserves a unique centerpiece. There are so many beautiful red flowers to choose from for your table centerpieces. A classic floral winter palette is the fav in red, blue-green, tan and white. Mix together red roses, white football mums, thistle, seeded eucalyptus, and scabiosa pods for a beautiful classic centerpiece.
Make your wedding a winter wonderland using soft dusty greens, adding a hint of blue, tan, frosty white and a hint of blue. Elegance and sophistication are in this palette! Looking for a frosty touch? Make a bouquet with frosty white roses, spray roses, baby’s breath, white limonium, and thistle dynamite.
Make your groom a boutonniere that will match your bouquet. Pair dusty lacey miller stems, one or two stems of pompon button or mini white carnations and wrap the stems with metallic ribbon to give it some bling!
This luxurious shimmering white bouquet is fantastic! It has a splash of burgundy mixed with scabiosa pods, roses, burgundy dahlias, and seeded eucalyptus. If you don’t want to use dahlias, try burgundy anemones or burgundy scabiosa or any favorite burgundy flower.
I love this palette! Make your bouquet with rich and warm tones of burgundy, deep coral and neutral beige. Garden roses and ranunculus pair beautifully together. Italian rustic has elongated, narrow pointy leaves for texture. Add lots of greenery for a lush bouquet! Maybe mix in a few stems of white statice or succulents for the focal point and it will give your arrangement an earthy, winter unique touch!
All of these palettes will be perfect for any winter event or occasion!