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5 Gorgeous Bouquets For A Winter Wedding


by IMAGE
23rd Nov 2016

Winter weddings have an uncanny ability to transport guests to a winter wonderland full of seasonal spirit. The most powerful tool to make your guests feel like they’re in a?frosted fairytale is the flower bouquet you choose. Whether you decide on the bold pop of a red rose offset by berries and seasonal foliage or stick to pale pinks nestled against vibrant maroons, there is no wrong choice. Check out these five wintry bouquets for the ultimate winter wedding.

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Muted pinks paired elegantly with striking purples create a gorgeous winter bouquet perfect for any winter wedding.

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Pastel pinks and lovely neutrals accompanied by vivid maroon accents make for a crisp and wintry touch to your wedding day.

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Red roses are the quintessential flower in a winter wedding. Complemented by seasonal foliage and berries, this bouquet epitomises?a frosty winter day.

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This ethereal bouquet mimics a winter day with its delicate white flowers surrounded by subtle hues of blue, green and gray.

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Frosted leaves beside blooms of maroon and blue make this wintry bouquet subtlety’stunning.

Photo: Sidra Forman