I have a fabulous collection of winter wedding bouquets and now is most certainly the time to share them. This bridal bouquet was created with red cabbage roses, red tulips, cedar greens and the last of my hydrangea leaves. Clusters of blue privet berry were added to the bouquet to give it depth.
Photography by Anne Robert
This dramatic and classic white bouquet was designed with white cabbage, blue privet berry, white amarylis, white freesia, star of Bethlehem, and white fringed tulips.
Photograph taken by Genevieve Leiper.
This bouquet was all about the evergreens. Evergreen bouquets can be surprisingly beautiful and very affordable.
Photography by Vicki Grafton.
This bouquet was designed with evergreens but enhanced with pheasant feathers, pussy willow, swamp lily, pods and berries.
Photograph by Genevieve Leiper.
Red peony, red roses, red ranunculus, red tulips, red amarylis, red spray roses, red berry, and silver dusty miller were used to create this design. The bouquet was wrapped with twine.
Photograph by Katelyn James.
Originally Posted On:thefullbouquetblog.com