The traditional wedding flowers like roses, lilies, orchids and daisies, are available all year round. Wedding in winter, most brides follow the longstanding tradition of an all white wedding bouquet, symbolizing purity and innocence. Other choice of their favorite or based on their availability, color scheme or what the flower represents, example: roses represent love and happiness, daisies innocence, gardenias joy.
Flowers for winter wedding can be any kind of flower that highlights the warm tones of the event set against the snow white backdrop. Christmas and Valentine’s Day are the major holidays during these times. Traditionally, winter brides often choose burgundy or red wedding flowers like roses, calla lilies or carnations with accents of white, green and silver colors traditionally associated with this season.
Winter bride also can choose from an array of colors like white, red, blue and green, which are the most favorite colors of the season. White are most popular choice for winter brides. Shades of white wedding flower, from pure white to ivory to pinkish white, and it is very important to use the right variety to go with the wedding dress. Some common choices include roses, tulips, freesias, mums and hellebores.
Winter Wedding Flowers Ideas
Another winter bride’s favorite color is blue. Blue wedding flowers have their variety shapes too, from blue aquamarine to deepest indigo. Iris flower comes in vivid shades of blue and gives a lot of accent with a few blooms. Blue geranium flower are delicate and come laced with white. Wisteria flower is towards the purple side but its trailing vines add elegance. Blue star sea Holly is a true blue flowers with their exotic petals and a spiky texture.
Red flowers are the most popular and natural choice of winter wedding. Tulips, Maltese cross and geraniums are the flowers with deep red color. Day Lilies, Mums and Geraniums come in shades of pink, orange-red and maroon. Other wedding red flowers choices include bee bums, Royal Hellebores and roses, of course.
Green color can bring balance in all wedding flower arrangements. Flowers: Holly, with or without berries, is the classic choice for a winter wedding. Pine boughs and sprigs can be used as tabletop arrangements. Ferns add a regal look to your decorations. Juniper branches can add fragrance scents and a feel of winter in your wedding.
The wide range of winter wedding flower choices will ensure that you will find the perfect shade and shape to complement your wedding decorations.