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Choosing Your Fall Or Winter Wedding Flowers

By Weddingblog2011

Planning a fall or winter wedding but feel like your wedding flower options are limited? There may be more options than you realize.

Choosing your fall or winter wedding flowers may seem a little less exciting when you see all of the bright colors at spring and summer weddings. What’s worse, it is amongst the spring and summer wedding seasons that most brides must start making decisions about their fall and winter weddings. Have no fear, dear bride-to-be! There may be more options than you realize for your fall or winter wedding flowers.

Consider a Holiday

Fall and winter are full of holidays – Thanksgiving, Kwanza, Christmas, New Years, and more. These holidays can easily be incorporated into your wedding flowers. When choosing your fall or winter wedding flowers, consider implementing the cheer of the holiday season into your wedding flowers. If your wedding is near Christmas, you may want to consider holly or mistletoe. If your wedding is near Thanksgiving, you may want to consider adding some bright yellow and red leaves into your wedding flowers. There are many options for adding a bit of color into your wedding flowers when choosing your fall or winter wedding flowers.

The Warmth of the Season

Winter and fall seasons invoke thoughts of hot chocolate, fireplaces, and warm, fuzzy sweaters. Find a way to incorporate this into your wedding flowers when choosing your fall or winter wedding flowers. Consider things like berries, twigs, winter foliage, tiger lilies, honeysuckle, or even chocolate roses. Chinese lanterns and gold foliage can also add a bright and vibrant twist.

Roses are Red

Roses are often a popular choice for fall or winter brides. Roses of all colors can be mixed and matched to create a seasonal feel. Pair red roses with cream-colored roses. Go for all white roses to represent the coming of a New Year. The possibilities are endless when choosing your fall or winter wedding flowers, so just be sure to talk to your florist about which flower options are best for the season, and how available they are at that time of year.


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