Here are 25 winter wedding florals; from Weddingomania
Winter wedding season is coming, and many couples are preparing intensively.
Still haven’t decided on decor much? We have some floral and greenery ideas to clear up your mind.
Here are the most popular ideas of winter wedding florals or greenery. Let’s take a look.
White weddings are classics for any season, if you don’t know what color scheme to choose, prefer whites and greenery, and you’ll be always on top.
Opt for a soft white color scheme with flowers in cream, ivory and even pale blush hues. These can be amaryllis, calla lilies, orchids, tulips and anemones; a combination of these flowers can create and effect of gently modulated color and texture.
Add pale miller and other pale greenery and foliage to create a frozen look – so cool, especially if there’s no snow in your space.
Rich shades are welcome for pale winter days! In recent years rich reds have become a staple for weddings that are held within the moths of December and February. The best red blossoms in winter are amaryllis, anemones, roses, gloriosa, lilies, calla lilies, and cymbidium orchids. Consider flowers in shades of ruby, wine, deep orange and plum to add depth to your wedding bouquet. Actually, there are flowers in season that boast every color of the rainbow. Tulips and snapdragons both thrive in this cool season. Pink and yellow look great together and you can use a Marble Star poinsettia to bring the color scheme together. Pink looks great with white so it is a natural accent color for a white wedding. Shades of green also look great for a winter wedding.
Non-floral wedding decor is a very popular idea as there are lots of kinds of foliage, greenery and succulents to rock. Boxwood, rosemary, ivy, scented geranium, and pittosporum all look great in winter wedding florals. To integrate some contrast and drama add hypericum berries, tallow berries of pink pepper berries. You can even add pinecones and holly to you wedding arrangements.