We absolutely love how wedding floral decor takes on the mood of the season. Winter is especially wonderful because there is a strong focus on lush greenery. Paired with stunning blooms, greenery expresses the innate beauty and spirit that is only sensed this time of year. For the bride looking for decor inspiration, here are three types of winter wedding greenery you can use in bridal florals, aisle decorations, and the reception tablescape. All are gorgeous, alluring, and sure to add unforgettable style and personality to your special day.
The soft, luxurious texture and frosted hue makes dusty miller a favorite greenery to incorporate in your winter wedding festivities. Regarded for its versatility and charm, the filler works splendidly in bouquets, centerpieces, and aisle arrangements. Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…. for weddings. We love working with our winter brides to create a day that is beautiful and captures the magic of the season. From the breathtaking snowfalls to playful embellishments to color palettes that range from whispery white and silver to rich berry tones, inspiration can be found everywhere you look!
Here’s a round up of gorgeous decor ideas for your winter wedding that won’t leave guests feeling like they are trapped inside a souvenir snow globe.
Ceremony: Make It A Walk to Remember
When it comes to planning your ceremony, draw from winter’s natural beauty for aisle and alter decorations, lighting, and accent details. Read More
Nothing sets a romantic mood like candles. As the temperature starts to dip, our weddings move to indoor venues where the atmosphere is warm and lovely, but natural light may be lacking. For this reason, incorporating candles into wedding décor becomes especially important during the fall and winter seasons!
Where to start? One feature that we especially love to see enhanced with a flickering flame or two is the wedding centerpiece. Candles come in a variety of options including pillar, taper, votive, and tea light. There are so many ways to create an illuminating display that radiates style, luxury, and romance for your tablescape. From cozy and intimate to modern chic to grand opulence, here are stunning ideas for using candles in your wedding reception décor. Read More
“Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet.” With so many quotes about the romantic beauty attributed to the rose, the words of poet Katherine Lee Bates rank as our favorite. Not all roses are the same though, and each type has its own singular allure.
To inaugurate B&B Blooms in Spotlight, a blog series devoted to our favorite wedding flowers, we are going to talk about the amnesia rose. In recent years, this bloom has caught the admiring eye of the wedding industry and become very popular with our own brides. What makes the amnesia rose so special is its unique lavender, beige and green tones, which give the flower a lovely ‘antique’ look. For this reason, they are the perfect floral feature to showcase in a vintage style wedding. Read More
The saying goes, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” By the time Katie Rotio began planning for her wedding, she was enjoying success as a custom wedding stationery designer for her business Katherine Elizabeth Events.
Katie’s wedding was set to take place in Massachusetts in November – not an ideal situation for a bride-to-be who desires local fresh flowers to decorate for her special day. Instead of giving up on her floral fantasies, Katie took matters into her own hands, literally, and taught herself the art of making paper flowers. She spent night after night making roses and calla lilies to create her entire wedding décor – one bridal bouquet, eight bridesmaids bouquets, 21 boutonnieres, and over 171 single flowers for the centerpieces! Needless to say, her guests were stunned by the whole presentation. Read More
Last night’s flower-class theme was Contemporary Centerpieces and we had so much fun! Fresh, bright blooms, including fuchsia carnations, yellow pincushion protea and green dianthus, set the tone for bold, modern arrangements.
Expert floral stylist, Dawn, led the demonstration (in an adorable yellow dress!), while students got hands-on experience preparing and working with flowers. Contemporary table centerpieces tend feature strong lines, unusual flowers or greenery and unexpected texture. Here you’ll notice a geometric look, created with a square base and diagonal greens. These modern floral arrangements are very different in style from the softer, romantic florals featured in classes like Roses & Rose. Read More