Top Ideas for Your Winter Wedding Florals

Top Ideas for Your Winter Wedding Florals

Winter weddings have become undoubtedly popular – and if you are among those who dream of being the Queens and Kings of your very own winter wedding, you probably know how charming, elegant and unique such an event can turn out to be.

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Naturally, flowers will be a big part of your Big Day – so if you are searching for some inspiration, make sure to read on and find out more about the best ideas for your winter wedding florals.

  •  – Bring in the seasonal elements. From Christmas tree branches to pinecones and other types of evergreens, there’s a myriad of seasonal greeneries and flowers that can be incorporated into your flower arrangements and bouquet. Talk to your florist and together you will come up with an idea that truly reflects your style and personality.
  •  – All-white flower arrangements. Planning a winter wonderland-themed wedding? Or are you just in love with white flowers? The good news is that an all-white flower arrangement will look stunning with your winter wedding. From roses to calla lilies, there are so many white flower options to choose from that the hardest part will be incorporating just some of them into your décor and bouquet. For an extra pop of color and elegance, add silver, bronze and golden touches to your arrangements.
  •  – Vibrant berries. If you want your wedding florals to be vibrant and full of energy despite the cold season outside, going for berries (and berry-colored flowers) is a great idea. From roses to peonies, ranunculus and succulents (natural or spray-painted in gold/silver), there are a lot of flowers that look stunning with berries incorporated in their arrangement.

 

Here at The Mackey House, we want your Big Day to be flawless – and this is precisely why we have prepared a wedding venue that’s charming from all points of view. Come visit our Savannah wedding venue, book us for the Big Day and you will definitely love every second of it!

 

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