Planning a Winter wedding?
As winter weddings are less frequent than Fall wedding days, we love seeing photos of our own December weddings! Don’t let a December or January wedding date scare you – this is the time venues often offer off-season discounts (and sometimes other vendors also offer discounts!). If you’re planning a late November, December or January wedding for next year, now is the time to start planning. January kicks off wedding show season as engagement rates spike around the holidays, so make sure to go to your local wedding shows, check out vendors, learn about wedding trends to see what might fit (or not fit!) your style and try your hand at chance with wedding show giveaways!
Our in-house floral team utilized winter whites, deep burgundy, light pink and peach to make this gorgeous bride’s flowers pop against a snowy backdrop. Garden roses, calla lilies, ranunculus, and astilbe complement this bride’s venue, decor and bridal party gowns nicely and give the snowy day a perfect pop of sunshine! Don’t feel limited to using holiday firs and greens in your arrangements. Lauren and Kyle used eucalyptus, dusty miller and hypericum berries to develop a lush green look to match holiday decor around their venue. The boutonnieres built from spray roses, hypericum berries and limonium accent the bridal party’s bouquets.
Photos by Victoria Schaffer Photography.
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