There are no color restrictions in winter, though its palettes lean more toward deep greens, reds, mauves, and aubergine, accented with bright winter whites and a touch of pink or blue. Take into account the colors you are considering for the other elements of your wedding -- the bridal party ensembles, the table linens, even the cake. Also, consider nature's other winter wonders such as bright white snow or dark green holiday wreaths.
A vintage short wedding dress for an at home wedding in a yurt with DIY ditsy print decor, wild flowers by Swallows and Damsons and a groom in a tweed suit.
Image by Emma B Photography - A vintage short wedding dress for an at home wedding in a yurt with DIY ditsy print decor, wild flowers by Swallows and Damsons and a groom in a tweed suit.
Lux Winter Woodland Wedding with pinks, greens, golds and coppers, floral table displays with hanging glass lanterns; moss and jam jars with photos by Tiree Dawson Photography: Boho Weddings - UK Wedding Blog
Less volume flowers as they dominate the bouquet. Add greenery and change to smaller flowers, add a touch of blue. Soft natural blush bridal wedding bouquet. Bride Chic: Styled Shoot at Lake Oak Meadows