Winter Wedding Flowers
I realize that in some parts of the country there are individuals flying down snow covered mountains and enjoying cups of hot chocolate on long winter nights. You see, Christmas is just a few short days away and honestly it doesn’t feel like it should to me! I’m not the only one. My hollyhocks have decided it’s Spring and have re-sprouted! I’ve told them to go back to sleep but they just won’t listen. So in honor of those lucky people who are enjoying the winter the way it’s meant to be, I thought I’d share a few ideas for getting unique stunning flowers in the dead of winter.
Image via PoppyTalk
First up are these adorable pom pom flowers in vintage labeled bottles. I think these would be stunning for any wedding but especially winter weddings. They are inexpensive, easy to make, and are sure to be remembered. You can even use them to decorate your home once the wedding is over. All you really need is some yarn, hot glue, and a twig. A pom pom maker also comes in handy but you can do it the old fashioned way too. Read more over onPoppyTalk.
Image via Wedding Paper Divas Blog
These delicate bouquets are handmade using ecologically sustainable timber that never wilts, dies or fades, called balsa wood. They look absolutely stunning, and can be kept as a keepsake for years to come. Click here to learn more.
Image via Martha Stewart
Consider a completely fabric bouquet like this one made of ribbons, fabric, rickrack, and more. It’s completely unique and can be customized to your liking. If your not up to the challenge, check out WhimWed who have some fabulous options for creating your perfect forever bouquet.