25 Chic Winter Wedding Bouquets

25 Chic Winter Wedding Bouquets

    There’s no bride without a bouquet! Every wedding theme and style usually supposes that a bride would carry a bouquet, so it’s high time to choose a beautiful one. Today I’m sharing gorgeous winter wedding bouquets that are made according to the hottest wedding trends and look amazing. I’m sure you’ll find some useful and inspiring ideas, so let’s get started.

Neutral Winter Wedding Bouquets

    Many brides like going neutrals with their flowers as they’ve chosen a neutral color scheme, or rustic wedding theme or just don’t really know what colors they would like. You can never go wrong with neutrals, they are timeless and chic, so such a bouquet is a gorgeous choice. You can rock a frosty bouquet with dusty miller, pale foliage and berries, pinecones and white blooms to embrace the season. Or add a touch of ice with some blue thistles and pale eucalyptus. Wanna a super trendy bouquet? Prefer pale air plants, succulents and cotton – you are sure to look edgy with it!

Colored Winter Wedding Bouquets

    Pale winter colors aren’t for everyone, and sometimes we want some color to raise the mood. A bold bouquet with touches of red, plum, fuchsia and burgundy is a great idea to embrace the season and make a colorful statement. red and burgundy are also traditional for winter, so this is a cool option. If you’ve chosen some particular colors for your wedding, stick to them – blues, emerald, yellow shades are always welcome, and other colors, too!

Dark Winter Wedding Bouquets

    As moody weddings have become a hot trend, more and more brides choose dark bouquets with dark plum, burgundy, deep purple and navy shades. Order a textural miracle with different dark blooms and so greenery and you’ll be in trend.

Non-Floral Winter Wedding Bouquets

    Greenery and succulents have become great wedding trends, and if you don’t want any flowers (flowers can wither on a cold day outside), go for a non-floral bouquet, it’s a very natural solution for a winter bride. Stylish succulents, air plants, textural greenery and of course cotton to add softness – and a gorgeous bouquet is ready!

by Chloe

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