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Festive Christmas Wedding Ideas

With the holidays quickly approaching, love is in the air! Many engaged couples are getting ready to tie the knot during this magical time. From cozy hot chocolate bars to festive flower arrangements, here are some of our favorite Christmas wedding ideas!

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Winter Wedding Flower Inspiration

From crisp white roses to dark burgundy ranunculus there are plenty of romantic flower options for your winter wedding. Find the perfect flowers for your magical day with these inspirational photos. Remember to save the pictures you like so your florist can make your vision come to life!

Flowers in Season

Here are some flowers in season during the winter. If you have a particular flower in mind for your wedding and it isn’t in season, talk to your florist. Usually they can still manage to get the flowers you are looking for, but they might be more expensive.

– Ranunculus
– Delphinium
– Lisianthus
– Rose
– Dahila
– Lilies
– Dusy Miller
– Carnation
– Evergreens
– Alstromeria

Winter weddings are becoming increasingly popular. See how brides have used the beautiful flowers listed above to create a picture-perfect wedding!

Snowy Winter’s Day

With seasonal elements it’s easy to add a festive touch to your wedding flowers. Ribbon, berries, pine cones, acorns and holly are classic winter items that will give your wedding more character.

Photo courtesy: Hey Wedding Lady

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Floral Trend Predictions for the Winter Wedding Season

With summer coming to a close we face the realization that winter weddings are coming soon! Here are a few of our predictions of what will be trending this winter!

Chic and Glamorous

This coming winter wedding season, you can bring glamour back to the wedding scene.

Using romantic, large-bloomed florals and mixing them with traditional red or white roses can draw the eye and make any arrangement pop.

If you are planning on sticking to the sophisticated look, using accents of metallic colors such as gold, silver and copper can add a touch of class to any winter wedding floral decor.

Warm and Cozy

Adding a cozy inviting theme turns natural elements into a fun and intimate affair. Mixing florals with natural decor is sure to create a breathtaking aesthetic.

Filler flowers, including baby’s breath or waxflowers, and non-floral elements, such as wool and berried branches, will mix-in nicely with simple blooms such as roses and lilies.

Accents of natural colors like evergreens, rich browns and deep reds will harmonize this winter wedding theme.

Home for the Holidays

The Christmas theme can mix in effortlessly with a sophisticated style. Textiles like velvet, faux fur and woven textures will enhance an elegant holiday-themed wedding.

A Christmas-inspired wedding can accentuate traditional red roses with boxwood or holly. Pinecones, cranberries and mistletoe mixed within the bridal bouquet can also add a holiday touch.

Don’t hesitate to mix a bit of the elegant with a bit of the earthy this winter wedding season! For more great ideas and tips, visit the Bloomin’ Blog!


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Wedding Trends: Winter Wedding Flowers

Even though we are in the middle of summer, this is the perfect time to see what will be trending this winter with winter weddings! Here are our predictions for winter 2015:

FSN-Wedding Trends Winter Flowers

Berry Boutonniere

Adding red berries to a simple design gives it a small holiday touch that makes a lasting impression on this floral boutonniere.

Fern Tabletop

Pines and ferns mix well in table arrangements and can mix well with other greens. Consider adding white roses for a snowy look.

White Winter

This year, have a bouquet that matches the fallen snow. Ivory roses and white peonies will add a snowy touch to a romantic bridal look.

Embellishments, such as berries, or even simple colors can give any winter wedding that final touch that brings the charm of the season.

Check back with the Bloomin’ Blog for more great ideas and tips!

Berry Boutonniere photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/4407

Fern Tabletop photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/402

White Winter photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/15603


Winter Wedding Flowers, Foliages & Accessories

White Winter Wedding CenterpieceWhen most people think of a wedding bouquet, they instantly think of red roses or brightly colored flowers bunched together. You might even think of white lilies or callas. But what about a winter wedding? What flowers come to your mind? Sure, with today’s technology, most flowers are available year-round, but if you’re planning a wedding for the winter, why not add a touch of the season (as well as traditions) to your wedding decor?

Winter Wedding Flowers

  • Agapanthus – firework-like flower available in a wide range of colors.
  • Amaryllis – very large, winter-blooming flower.
  • Anemone – unique flower with dark center disks.
  • Brunia – ball-like flower; beautiful in silver.
  • Calla Lily – elegant flower available in almost any color.
  • Carnation – the new variations of carnations are absolutely beautiful.
  • Dahlia – available in many sizes and colors.
  • Eryngium – also known as Sea Holly, is a blue, star-like flower.
  • Freesia – heavenly fragrance and wide range of colors.
  • Hyacinth – highly fragrant; symbol of spring.
  • Hydrangea – very large flowers full of texture; available in many color variations.
  • Kale – beautiful with flowers, this out-of-the-garden bloom is available in purple, white and green.
  • Lily – traditional wedding flower; available in many colors.
  • Narcissus – beautiful spring flower, means luck.
  • Star of Bethlehem – beautiful flower with unique spike at the tip.
  • Waxflower – small, unique flower adds texture to any arrangement.

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to flowers available in the winter. Your local florist will be able to help you choose the perfect flowers for the style and theme of your wedding. [Read more…]