Are you looking for an exciting color for Wedding Flowers this winter? Why not choose Red Flowers? It’s not just a color for Valentines Day, it is also a classy color for all kinds of wedding themes and it also goes very well with many other colors, such as White Flowers, Pink Flowers, Burgundy Flowers, Cream Flowers, Yellow Flowers, Gold Flowers, Silver Flowers, and much more. Imagine creating your perfect wedding and them top off your romantic evening with Red Rose Petals scattered all over your bed, with a gorgeous bouquet of Red Roses on your nightstand.Continue reading “Red Wedding Flowers For Winter”
Well, Christmas is over and the New Year has begun. Many have just put away or are soon to put away all those Christmas Decorations. We have a good Fall Wedding Season and some exciting Christmas Weddings. Our Eucalyptus was a hit this year and many loved our new varieties we featured in our last blog.Continue reading “Some Great Winter Wedding Flowers Ideas”
If you haven’t already noticed, winter is really upon us this year and has been hitting us pretty hard, but you can’t let you stop that you from love. Planning your wedding and Winter Wedding Theme will look luxurious and incredible for Winter Wedding Flowers and Winter Wedding Bouquets.
When it comes to Peonies, you will feel glamorous and pampered with such extra beauty. Martha Stewart Weddings says that their “lush shape and soft, romantic petals” make them a favorite for florists and wedding planners. Both Peony Flower and Hydrangea are voluminous and work as focal or Filler Flowers. They appear magical and very powerful together.Continue reading “Peonies And Hydrangea For Winter Wedding Flowers”
Winter is in full swing and perhaps you are considering having your wedding or special event now. It’s difficult to find the right window of opportunity these days, but Wedding Planners and Event Planners are already ordering from Whole Blossoms, and we have seen many Winter Weddings taking place. It’s still not too late to plan one before spring and if you have decided on a micro wedding, or a wedding where you are cutting the costs, you may want to consider Floral Designs with Peonies.Continue reading “Winter Wedding Flowers With Peonies”
Typically, when you think of an outdoor wedding, you might be thinking in the middle of summer, late spring, and even early fall, but have you considered an outdoor winter wedding? You might be surprised, but a winter wedding outdoors might be something you can consider. Statistics show that 40% of weddings occur between May and August, 34% between September and December, yet 25% are still having weddings between January and April.
You can have a very “cool” experience if you plan it right and have the right Wedding Flowers. First of all, you will want to warn everyone. You can’t imagine the frustration of your family and friends as they show up to your wedding, only to find that it is outside in the cold. You also want to make sure you dress up warm, even with earmuffs and scarves on your bridesmaid, your wedding photos are going to look pretty cool.Continue reading “Considering an Outdoor Winter Wedding?”