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Winter Wedding – Floral Arrangement Ideas

Winter Wedding – Floral Arrangement Ideas

If you are planning a winter wedding, what kind of floral arrangement would you choose? White flowers are a classical variant that is always stylish and romantic. White is the best color for a winter wedding, and can be combined with number of other colors. Red, blue, purple, green are some of the trendy color combinations. Silver and gold color accessories would sparkle your winter wedding floral arrangement in a luxurious.

Winter Wedding Floral Arrangement

This all white roses centerpiece with a touch of faux snow on the branches fixed in the transparent vase makes this floral arrangement elegant and whimsical. Rustic centerpiece ideas are endless: cranberries, pinecones, coniferous branches, cotton and cinnamon sticks mixed together or with flowers look cool and very comfy. Pics Courtesy

Rustic centerpiece ideas are endless: cranberries, pinecones, coniferous branches, cotton and cinnamon sticks mixed together or with flowers look cool and very comfy.

This simple floral centerpiece is easy DIY idea, snowflake ribbon around the vase and placement of simple white flowers makes this an elegant floral arrangement. Some candles designed in an entire composition will give your guests the feeling of comfort and coziness.

easy DIY idea, snowflake ribbon around the vase and placement of simple white flowers makes this an elegant  centerpiece

DIY Ideas for Floral Arrangement

A floral arrangement and centerpiece in red and green will add some fun and remind of upcoming Christmas. Pine cones, fir tree branches and even some wood slices will make the atmosphere less formal, cozier and relaxing.

centerpiece in red and green will add some fun and remind of upcoming Christmas

Christmas ornaments; pine cones and feathers will give your tables the desired chic. The simplest and still very stylish idea is to put some Christmas tree balls in the whole arrangement fast and easy way to combine the colors with the rest of the table setting.

The simplest and still very stylish idea is to put some Christmas tree balls in the whole arrangement fast and easy way to combine the colors with the rest of the table setting.

Decadent reds have become especially popular flower arrangements for weddings in December and February. The best red winter blossoms red roses, anemones, amaryllis, lilies and orchids, can be used with white theme. These combos will create an effect of gently modulated color and texture which look both elegant and lavishly romantic.

 These combos will create an effect of gently modulated color and texture which look both elegant and lavishly romantic.

A day ceremony can use the touch of ‘antique’ in the setting, You can also try outside the flowerbed and bring in a few non floral elements, such as white snowberries or pepper berries, which add dimension and serious seasonal appeal.  Add a dramatic appeal with multi – textured floral arrangements.

To create an impact florists can spread the floral arrangements to the whole room, using the height variation they can act as centerpieces as well as venue decor. This red rose floral arrangement combined with candle candle holders give a subtle and romantic fell to the venue. Pic Courtesy

Using the height variation they can act as centerpieces as well as venue decor.

You can break all white or red palette effect with the bouquet. Carry a single – flower cluster down the aisle, keep it interesting by incorporating these small bursts of color and texture.  You can use cluster of snowberries, or a eucalyptus berry in the arrangement for visual rich effect. Pic Courtesy

You can break all white or red palette effect with the bouquet.

As for the altar all white is the best choice, florists can add dimension to your floral arrangement by mixing in touches of sage green and silvery touches in the setting. A broad palette of shades including ruby red, deep orange, wine, and plum are combined for a visually rich, intriguing effect. Winter also lends itself well to rich jewel tones like ruby reds, sapphire blues and deep purples. Pic Courtesy

A broad palette of shades including ruby red, deep orange, wine, and plum are combined for a visually rich, intriguing effect.

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