Winter weddings can be beautiful, elegant and full of flowers despite the windy and rainy weather outside. Fresh peonies and tulips may be hard to find during this cold time of year and they can look strange next to the snow falling on the streets. But dried flowers, chrysanthemums, dahlias, and pastel-colored roses are perfect for winter weddings. Take a look at these compositions and feel their delicate aesthetic.
Flowers in warm shades of beige and pink look great with ears of wheat, leaves, and herbs. Together they combine to make unusual and bright floral compositions.
If you still have spring in your heart, create a mix of dried flowers and roses in summer shades. Feel free to use burgundy and dark red, these deep shades make a bouquet expressive and help to create a cozy winter mood.
When choosing flowers to decorate a venue, take a look at dahlias and chrysanthemums which are considered to be one of the most popular "winter" options. And of course consider roses and orchids — the off-season classics.