wedding bouquet in winter

Brides have much more demands on win­ter wed­ding bou­quets than on flow­ers intend­ed for wed­dings at oth­er times of the year. Indeed, here sev­er­al fac­tors com­pli­cate the sit­u­a­tion at the same time: first­ly, the prob­lem is in sub-zero tem­per­a­tures, and fresh flow­ers are very sen­si­tive to cold, and sec­ond­ly, there is a prob­lem with the back­ground — the white col­or of the dress, the white back­ground and the white bou­quet threat­en unsuc­cess­ful pho­tographs, and in- third­ly, in win­ter it is dif­fi­cult to find some types of fresh flow­ers, because they do not grow at this time of the year.

But still, the dif­fi­cul­ties with the bride’s wed­ding bou­quet in win­ter can be solved, and there are sev­er­al options.

Which wedding bouquet to choose in winter?

First you need to decide whether you are ready to take a com­po­si­tion of arti­fi­cial flow­ers as a wed­ding bou­quet. If so, then the prob­lem is prac­ti­cal­ly solved, because there will be no dif­fi­cul­ties with unnat­ur­al col­ors and their shade.

If you do not agree to car­ry arti­fi­cial flow­ers at a cru­cial moment, then you need to make sure that the flow­ers will hold out in the cold.

Wedding bouquet of artificial flowers

Arti­fi­cial bou­quets are pop­u­lar today — fab­ric flow­ers made from rib­bons, poly­mer clay or even soft toys can be used.

A bou­quet made of poly­mer clay looks very nat­u­ral­is­tic, and there­fore his­tor­i­cal pho­tos will turn out to be top five with it. Col­ors can be any, like the flow­ers them­selves, as well as the size of the bou­quet. Want­ed snow­drops in Jan­u­ary like a fairy-tale hero­ine? Now for this you do not need to col­lect 12 months around the fire to get the desired flow­ers. But the catch is that they are arti­fi­cial, and besides, they can break.

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Wedding dresses with a closed top

A bou­quet of tex­tiles and toys does not look nat­u­ral­is­tic. It is per­ceived as an inter­est­ing dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment and inter­pre­ta­tion of a bridal bou­quet. The big advan­tage of such bou­quets is that this win­ter wed­ding bou­quet can be made by hand.

Winter wedding bouquet of the bride from natural flowers

Nat­ur­al flow­ers are short-lived, but their main val­ue is that they are alive and fra­grant. More­over, a nat­ur­al bou­quet will not be scary to throw to girls who dream of get­ting mar­ried — it will not break and will not hurt any­one.

But when you order this bou­quet from a florist, explain to him that you need to use fresh and frost-resis­tant flow­ers. Most like­ly, his choice will fall on ros­es.

Wedding bouquet for a winter wedding — choosing flowers

A wed­ding bou­quet for win­ter is often made from ros­es — oth­er plants are more sen­si­tive to frost and may with­er before the hol­i­day is over. But if the time of their life is not impor­tant, then bright orchids look very beau­ti­ful and exot­ic in win­ter land­scapes. It is bet­ter to choose ros­es in sat­u­rat­ed shades, and cer­tain­ly not white, so that the bou­quet does not merge with the dress and the win­ter back­ground.