We love flowers here at Southern Celebrations! We put them in our office, on our dining room table, and of course swoon over them when it comes to floral designs at weddings!
Our favorite time of the year in the South is Winter, growing up in Louisiana, you really only get to experience Winter for a brief amount of time, so really it might truly be Autumn that we love the most, but that's referring to our neck of the woods, not the entire South! Nonetheless, we love Winter and wanted to share with our brides the top 5 Winter Bridal Bouquet trends!
Herbs + Berries
Blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries are definitely an unexpected wow factor in bouquet trends! These unripe berries come in different shades of greens, pinks, and deep purples, a great mix of Winter colors! . Along with berries, fresh herbs such as rosemary and lavender are great to use in your bridal bouquets, too!
Gold and silver has been a classic color for weddings for many years but there is a new metallic taking the spotlight, copper! This warm metallic is perfect for weddings! For your Winter wedding, pair copper with deep pinks, oxblood reds (like marsala) and blushes! Copper also pairs perfectly with whites and greenery!
Cotton + Natural Elements
Feature seasonal elements like pine cones, holly, lily and eucalyptus pods, and evergreen boughs with a mix of cotton for the perfect Winter bridal bouquet.
Of The Same Shade
Single color bouquets are always a classic trend for bouquets. Choosing one color creates intensity. Whether it’s shades white, cool blue tones for Pantone's Color if the Year, deep shades of red or blushes, many brides are choosing a single color pallet for 2016 and carrying the trend over into their Winter wedding!
A wedding bouquet full of jewel-toned beauties provide the perfect pop of color to any Winter wedding!