Snowberry branches, which are beginning to show up at the flower market right now, are a great way to add some texture and whimsy to your wedding florals. Usually available in white and pale pink, snowberries are very versatile and look great mixed into arrangements or on their own. Here are some of our favorite snowberry arrangements.
Boho Bridal Bouquet (above): This textural, cascading bouquet included roses, snowberries, lisianthus, calla lilies, and orchids, surrounded by ivy and eucalyptus leaves.
Photo: [Danielle Del Castillo Photography](http://www.danieledelcastillo.com/)
Snowberries Bridal Bouquet: An arrangement made entirely of snowberries looks modern and chic.
Photo: [Theresa Furey Photography](http://theresafurey.com/)
Black-and-White Bouquet with Snowberries: Add some drama to your bridal look with a bouquet comprised of contrasting colors and snowberries for added texture.
Photo: [Carrie Patterson Photography](http://www.carriepattersonphotography.com/)
Boutonniere: This darling, pale-pink boutonniere combines a ranunculus blossom with snowberries and guinea feathers.
Photo: [Canary Grey Photography](http://canarygrey.com/)
Succulent and Snowberry Boutonniere: For something more whimsical, dress up your groom's boutonniere with an arrangement of succulents, snowberries, and spirea.
Photo: [Lisa Warninger](http://lisawarninger.com/)
Centerpiece: Add a garden feel to your table with this a textured centerpiece of snowberries and various blooms.