The sheer majesty and beauty of the winter season will always keep winter weddings in vogue. With near countless wedding theme ideas to consider, winter weddings may very well provide one of the most creative opportunities for designing the perfect, memorable life experience. Here are 4 wedding flower ideas to help kick-off your wintertime wedding drawing board.
1. Replicate the Color of Snow with Flowers
Inspired by the beauty of the season, plan with your floral designer to create a dreamy white bouquet with an elegant, impressive mix of flowers and berries in similar or accent hues of white.
Start with our Patience wedding rose as the foundation and add white accent berries such as White Beauty Berries or Snowberries, while harmonizing the style with smaller bloomers such as anemones or forget-me-nots to create the effect of a soft snowfall.
2. Add Subtle Touches with Soft Peaches and Pinks
If your overall winter wedding color theme is white, you can add fragrance and sophistication by incorporating soft tones of color as seen in this photo of David Austin Roses’ Juliet rose.
Its 90 deeply-cupped petals in each bloom are subtle peach in color and have a dainty tea-scent to harmonize, not compete, with your white scheme.
3. Create a Biedermeir with Darcey
Speak with your florist or wedding designer about the popular style of a Biedermeir bouquet, a breath-taking winter wedding trend of fashioning the bouquet into a concentric circle of flowers.
According to New York City-based florist Diane Wagner, this style works well with haute couture dress fashions. Add a burst of color to your wedding with our rich, raspberry-red Darcey rose.
4. Make a Splash of Dramatic Color
One winter wedding trend involves white lace to yield a glamorous and grand appearance, yet white lace in and of itself lacks panache.
Consider a chic approach to a winter wedding ceremony and reception by contrasting white lace with the cheerful color of our rich magenta-pink Kate, a cupped rosette with 65 bright petals, which will perfectly set off the white of any lace.