6 Bridal Bouquets Perfect for a Winter Wedding

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winter wedding bouquets

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These winter wedding bouquets — featuring textural elements like velvety dusty miller leaves and soft cotton — add a cozy touch to your wintry celebration.

White Peonies (above): Fluffy white peonies and soft dusty miller leaves are the perfect combination for a winter wedding.

winter wedding bouquets

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Cream Garden Roses and Astilbe: Pretty sprays of cream-colored astilbe gives this garden-rose bouquet a snowy effect.

winter wedding bouquets

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Anemones: Ice-blue velvet ribbons are the finishing touch on this wintry bouquet of garden roses, lisianthus, sweet peas, gardenias, chocolate cosmos, scabiosa, anemones, eucalyptus, dusty miller, brunia, blackberries, and loose greenery.

Cattelya Orchids: Sculptural cattelya orchids, with their intriguing yellow centers, are the focal point of this modern all-white bouquet.

Privet Berries and Dusty Miller: For something more unexpected, carry a winter-inspired bouquet comprised of deep navy-blue privet berries and silvery dusty miller leaves.

winter wedding bouquets

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Cotton: The fluffy mounds of cotton in this cascading bouquet are reminiscent of tufts of snow.

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