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”
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?”
Even though we are almost towards the end of the holiday season, now is a very good time to start planning a winter wedding. At Whole Blossoms, we have our top 5 Wedding Flowers that we highly recommend. The fascinating thing about flowers is the way brides have been able to incorporate them into their weddings through: Bridal Bouquets, Wedding Centerpieces, corsages, boutonnieres, and so much more.
We have been working with brides for many years now and have listened to them as they gave us all their feedback and learned from experience what seems to work best and make everyone happy. Here are our top five and although there really no bad varieties, depending on your personality, these are by far the most popular.Continue reading “Fantastic Wedding Flowers For Winter Weddings”