Many brides consider flowers as one of the most important aspects of their wedding. They bring color, aroma and life into your wedding. They make table settings even more beautiful and can transform a room into a romantic and personality-filled space.
As this months blog is all about winter wedding ideas wintery flowers are not to be missed. White and ivory flowers are most commonly used; you can team them with silver or light blue foliage and even add some winter fir, to create a sense of the seasonal wonderland.
There are many ways to match your bouquet with the color palette of your wedding. But this does not mean that because you have chosen a winter wedding theme that your flowers can only be white. Choose the color you like and by adding colorful adornments like ribbons, fabrics and textures you can make your bouquet meaningful and personal. This way your bouquet is the way you like it and still matches your chosen theme.
Generally, weddings are mainly focused on the bride but it is important to make sure the groom feels special as well. That is why we have buttonholes. Buttonholes are to complete the groom’s outfit and give him that special wedding touch. They are mostly given to the groom, best man, father’s of the bride and groom and sometimes also the ushers. It could be nice to give the groom a slightly different one, with for example a different flower or another color. If you are going for a winter themed wedding you can choose for white flowers such as roses and add some touches of silver, blue or green to it.
For more winter themed wedding ideas keep on reading next weeks blog, which will be about the ultimate winter wedding cakes.