Winter wedding s in Northern Michigan can be so beautiful. This is an example of a winter bridal bouquet we did for an event at Castle Farms this January.
This winter bridal bouquet in winter hues has roses in white and burgundy, blush garden roses, white lisianthus, blue thistle, dark blue privet berries, spray roses in burgundy and light pink, pine cones and seeded eucalyptus.
An important thing to consider when doing flowers in our climate, that today is 30 degrees outside. Is that bridal party flowers can freeze very quickly. If you are not planning on using the bridal party flowers after the ceremony you can go outside and do all you photos outside. The flowers will die but you have enough time to take some gorgeous shots outside in the snow. Now if you are planning to do a first look and use all your bouquets and boutonnieres for that you take a chance on having dead or wilted frozen flower by the time the ceremony starts.
You can plan on having two sets of bridal party flowers, one for outside photos and one for the ceremony.