From traditionally "wintery," with whites and greens, to a moody, more seasonal take on summer's sprawling bounty, we've rounded up some stunning bouquets that would be perfect for a walk down the aisle on a snowy day. Your Pinterest board won't be complete without these beauties!
This large, textured bouquet is deeply saturated and moody," says Liz Griffith, owner of Siloh Floral Artistry. "The blooms are red charm peonies, plum ranunculus, sarracenia, burgundy scabiosa, cattails, viburnum, jasmine vine, winter bell hellebores, burgundy dahlias, and agonis."
Who says pastels are only for spring? "This bouquet's wintery feel comes from the dark accents added to the feminine, soft colors," explains Griffith. "It's made of white anemone, quicksand roses, mauve astrantia, garden roses, white ranunculus, champagne sweetheart roses, cattails, and three kinds of eucalyptus greens."
"I love how completely non-traditional this bouquet is for the winter season," says Kellie Marie Thompson, owner of Fleur Inc. "The bride wanted rich jewel tones, and her color palette was fuchsia, marsala, and plum with hints of sky gray and greens. Blooms included Yves Piaget garden roses, plum button scabiosa, mink protea, marsala ranunculus, snapdragons, gray brunia, bay foliage, spray roses, astrantia, and privet berries." Hot pink for winter? Yes please!
Winter citrus was the inspiration for the punchy pops of color in this white bouquet. "This bright bouquet is the happiest there could be! We mixed peach garden roses, including Juliettes, to bring a little color, then added snow-colored ranunculus and peonies for romance and narcissus, anemones, spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, and bay foliage for texture," Thompson describes.
Café Au Lait Dahlias
"This bouquet is inspired by early winter," says Thompson. "Plush peonies and plum viburnum provide contrast and a little bit of texture. The nankin foliage and berries carry a tint of red, just as the cooler days arrive and the leaves turn in late November. Warmth is added with the season's last café au lait dahlias, and lots of romance is carried throughout with spray roses and ranunculus."
"This bouquet is romantic and interesting, with lots of depth and movement. Not too perfect, but not too wild," says Kelsey Logan, designer for Munster Rose. "It's largely white and ivory, with hints of rose, mauve, rose gold, champagne, and taupe. The flowers and foliage include garden roses, peonies, tea roses, lilac, lisianthus, parrot tulips, ranunculus, astrantia, gardenia foliage, ruscus, olive, and jasmine vine.
Hints of Blue
"We used soft white, dusty blue, and taupe hues for this loose, organic bouquet," says Logan. "It combines garden roses, tea roses, anemones, stock, thistle, ranunculus, andromeda heather, sahara standard roses, eucalyptus, jasmine vine, and olive." That hint of blue gives the bouquet a wintery chill that we love!