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When the weather outside is frightful, let these wedding bouquets brighten up your day! From seasonal hues to classic creams, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite wintry arrangements from featured winter weddings here at Pippin Hill. Enjoy!

Defy normalcy and let your bouquet overflow with rich fall colors and lush greenery for a fresh approach to the classic winter bouquet. We can’t get enough of this arrangement that is the ultimate in whimsical forest flare.

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Who doesn’t admire the natural tones of winter? Frost sage-blues and creams with sweet accents of greenery are simple and sophisticated.

Elisa B Winter Florals

Offer a nod to the winter season with frosty cool hues and a touch of blue in your bouquet. We love hints of lavender hydrangea and unopened buds to signal the forthcoming of spring. Soft white roses add volume and substance to the arrangement while maintaining a level of cherished classic tradition.

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Lamb’s ear leaves invite delicate cool tones and a comforting, soft texture to your florals. Consider creating combinations of roses and whispers of blush peonies for the ultimate ethereal winter bouquet!

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Winter doesn’t have to be all about delicate, soft arrangements. Dial up the drama with accents of rich, vibrant color while still incorporating natural hues of winter. Accents of red holly or winterberry especially brighten florals up. Neutralize brighter, richer colors by mixing cream tones into the bunch to break up  deeper hues.


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Photo 1 – Photographer: Corbin Gurkin, Creative Direction: Kate Holt with Flowerwild, Host: Easton Events
Photo 2 – Photographer: Elisa Bricker Photography, Florist: Beehive Events
Photo 3 – Photographer: Elisa Bricker Photography, Florist: Nature Composed
Photo 4 – Photographer: Cade Bowman Photography, Florist: Southern Blooms by Pat’s Floral Design
Photo 5 – Photographer: Jen Fariello, Florist: Southern Blooms by Pat’s Floral Design

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