In December the price of flowers tends to be a bit expensive. The Christmas festive effect the cost of flowers. Despite the high prices, there are a large number of flowers available during winter.
Since red is a standard color in December, you can bring the Christmas mood using classic red roses for your bouquet. The roses can be combines with berries and ivory blooms to get a colorful romantic look.
If red is not your color, get other shades of flowers such as white, pink, and blues that fit well into the winter season. Some bouquet flowers to consider include:
1. Neutral bouquets: If you do not love bright-colored flowers, you can choose flowers with neutral colors such as white or cream. Add greenery such as eucalyptus to add to the Christmas theme and warm your bouquet.
2. Rose bouquet: This bouquet can be any color as roses come in an assortment of colors these days. Mix up red with some greenery, or go with an all white bouquet to play off snow this time of year. Some red berries to a white rose bouquet is gorgeous.
3. Rustic bouquet: Make your bouquet colorful by combining rich-red, greenery, and some berries or pine cones for a bit of a boho chic feel that is cozy and rustic.
After deciding on the type of bouquet to have on your big day, consider going extra by adding berries to your flowers. There are different types of berries, starting with red, white, or gold-splayed berries.
Make the big day complete by decorating the aisle, chairs, outside decoration, and other places that complement the Christmas theme and your bouquet.
Since it is Christmas, you can add some Christmas decorations, such as making flower wreaths. Besides, you can use the wreath to decorate your sweetheart table too for a unique and romantic look.
Let the Christmas wedding flowers make you have a memorable and festive day.