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Winter

Winter weddings make us think of cozy fireplaces, crimson wine colors, and the deep evergreens of holiday decor. Your flowers can be rich and dark shades of reds, blues, and purples, or they can be as white as snow or as creamy as eggnog.
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Flowers for Winter Weddings

Most Popular Flowers for a Winter Wedding Bouquet

Snow-colored landscapes may not seem like the first choice for many brides, but our team at The Bouqs Co. knows that winter weddings – and winter flowers – offer beauty and romance like no other. Read on for some winter wedding ideas, whether you're planning a formal wedding or a Christmas wedding.

White Garden Roses

Frothy white roses capture the image of fresh snow when we arrange them in a stunning winter bouquet. The seasonal blooms add unparalleled depth and texture to winter floral arrangements, especially when we pair them with delicate Queen Anne's lace or sweet peas. Garden roses for winter weddings make a classic choice.

White Calla Lilies

Dramatic white calla lily blooms will take center stage in a gorgeous winter wedding arrangement. The paper-thin petals offer volume without bulk, while the creamy color works well in an ivory bouquet.

White Spray Roses

Spray roses may be small, but the blooms' lacy petals and velvety texture make them a gorgeous addition to a jewel-toned bouquet.

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