The Season's Hottest Winter Wedding Flower Trends

FiftyFlowers.com, an online wholesale wedding flower provider, is always paying close attention to wedding trends. Here they review the three hottest wedding flower trends to watch for this winter.

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Winter Wedding Trends

This winter look for wedding bouquets full of texture, frosty white flowers paired with bold prints, warm winter greens and lots of natural decorating touches from snowy wedding tables to sparkling pinecones.

Ojai, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013

It is that time of year again when many people have shrugged off the hustle and bustle of the traditional wedding season and busied themselves with holiday preparations; but there is no rest for wedding planners, as the new and trendy winter weddings have just begun. The family is already gathered together for the holidays, the bride and groom can save money as many venues reduce their prices for the “off season” and venues often come partially decorated for the holidays, making it a great time for a wedding. Winter wedding flower bouquets and table arrangements are some of the most amazing floral designs we see all year.

This winter look for wedding bouquets full of texture, frosty white flowers paired with bold prints, warm winter greens and lots of natural decorating touches from snowy wedding tables to sparkling pinecones. The design team at FiftyFlowers.com has compiled their top three winter wedding flower trends for the winter season:

(1) Texture is King. Tis’ the season for lots of wintery textured additions. Floral arrangements cradled in pinecones (wire them to stems and use them just like any other stemmed flower), hypericum berries, shimmery dusty miller leaf, thick leaved succulents, gold or silver tinted china berries or hanging pepperberry branches. These textural additions add movement, fill out the arrangements and provide a natural visual interest to floral designs.

(2) Winter whites tied with daring plaid prints. It is not that common to see traditional white wedding bouquets any longer. Today’s brides want color and usually have very specific color pallets in mind. However, winter brings new life to the traditional white bouquet. To make winter whites work, use varying shades of white and ivory to make sure each flower stands out in the final arrangement. Carrying the white theme throughout the venue will add to the overall effect of this look. Fiftyflowers suggests their Polo White Wholesale Roses, with Vendela Ivory Roses and White Veronica. Bring it all together by wrapping bouquets or vases with a bold plaid ribbon.

(3) Holiday Bling. Whether the winter wedding is before, during or after the holidays, expect to see lots of holiday inspired bling tucked into winter wedding flowers. Silver brunia balls add a classic touch of sparkle; silver tinted baby’s breath adds even more shimmer and shine. Beyond shimmering floral accents, expect to see pinecones decorated with crystals, silver broaches on hand tied bouquets and crystal accents dangling right out of the wedding flowers. Vases covered in silver sparkle, confetti and rose petal lined aisles and sparkling silver bells hung across chairs will top off this wedding trend.

For more information on FiftyFlowers.com wholesale wedding flowers, visit the website or browse their Pinterest page or Blog for ideas on how to put these trends to work for your winter wedding. FiftyFlowers.com carries over 3,000 flower options, shipped directly from their farms to your door. They specialize in wholesale flowers for the do-it-yourself bride or event planner and pride themselves in having excellent customer service available via phone, email or live chat coupled with a 100% wedding day guarantee, which guarantees the quality of their flowers to every customer. They also provide their customers with extensive DIY information in the form of videos, a continuously updated blog, free phone consults with floral designers, and social media.


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