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Elegant Bouquets for a Wintertime Wedding

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White winter bouquet

Bring the joyous holiday spirit to your wedding, not only with winter-inspired decor, but with your bouquet as well! How lovely, then, that flowers and foliage in season allow you to do just that. There are gorgeous fresh blooms in a range of whites, pinks, and even blues; along with distinctive leaves like eucalyptus and dusty miller. Then, of course, there are well-loved holiday staples like holly, pine, berries, and mistletoe! And even non-traditional bouquets made from balsa wood flowers or vintage brooches.

Inspiring Bouquets for a Winter Bride

Winter wedding bouquets

1 – A blue-tinted winter bouquet with blue pimpernel hydrangeas, forget me nots, stephanotis, Christmas roses, mistletoe & holly. Designed by Flower Design Events.

2 – A unique arrangement of blooms made from ivory-colored balsa wood. Image from Krislyn Design found via Bouquet Bridal.

3 – A woodland-look winter bouquet with pink and white roses and muscari. Image from Miss Pickering (link not available) featured on My Italian Wedding.

4 – A wintry white bouquet with pine cones as a holiday touch. Image from Captured Soul Photography found on Life, Love and Louis.

5 – A fragrant winter bouquet with garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace, mini green hydrangeas, ranunculus, and eucalyptus. A creation of Floret Flower Farm.

6 – A classic bouquet of white roses and stephanotis, softened with “dusty miller” leaves as featured on Real Simple.

With all of these ideas, tell us what is your favorite!

2 comments

  1. I love mixing some of the foilage of winter like pine, fir and berries into bouquets! These are stunners . . .

  2. We totally agree, Amy! Another favorite foliage for winter bouquets is dusty miller — love the muted color. We’re enjoying your gorgeous posts over at Bride Chic, too. :-)

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