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Winter Magic: The Most Beautiful Flowers for a Wedding in the Cold Season

Updated: May 30

Here is my list of winter flowers.

En Mis Ochos, by Paula Jankowska for Studio8X8

I can't imagine a wedding without flowers. No matter if they are fiscally around you the venue or used in a digital form for your wedding logo, decorations, or even in the photo booth stripes. It's the simplest way to transform any wedding style from basic to transcendent. Your choice of flowers should be based on 3 essentials.

  • Color & Texture

  • Acccesabilyty in your region

  • Season - seasonal flowers can help your budget.

Are you ready to meet our first winter-season candidates to your bouquet?

  • Amaryllis is the only genus in the subtribe Amaryllidinae. It is a small genus of flowering bulbs, with two species.

  • Anemone - one of my personal favorites - is a genus of flowering plants in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. Plants of the genus are commonly called windflowers.

  • Camellias signify themes of love, admiration, longing, adoration, affection, devotion, desire, and passion.

  • Casablanca Lilies - Elegant and graceful with prominent red-tipped stamens, Casablanca lilies practically

  • demand to be admired. They represent joy and life, and as such, they make great gifts on birthdays as well as wedding decor. At funerals, Casablanca lilies can be displayed in celebration of a life well lived.

  • French tulips are available in sunset colors: orange, peach, pink, yellow, and (my favorite) white. They are larger than most tulips, having taller, stronger stems, around 22 inches in length, and larger flower heads ranging from 2- 3 inches. They are classified as single late bloomers

  • Waxflower in floristry, waxflower is mainly used as a filler flower in a similar way to gypsophilia. It is commercially available in pink, white, cream, cerise, and burgundy.

  • White Spray roses are miniature white roses with a cluster of 3 to 5 blooms per stem. The white spray rose matches other coral flowers, such as the Escimo Rose and the Patience Garden Rose.

  • Lisianthus commonly known as lisianthus or prairie gentian is a small genus of plants in the gentian family.

As much as we all love and appreciate one-shade weddings. I encourage you to add a little color to your flower arrangements design. 2023 it's the year of your favorite color! Use it, embrace it, but do not abuse it. If you need help you can contact us for consultation.

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