winter is coming...

No, not the creepy undead featured in Game of Thrones, we're talking the actual season.

Winter in southern california doesn't mean what it does for many other states in the U.S. Lots of other states have a lull in weddings during this snowy season. Not us.

If your one of our winter gals planning a dreamy wedding during this season, we have TONS of flower inspiration for you!

Seasons are important when choosing your stems, so it's good to know what is available!

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While dried artichokes and lotus pods aren't every brides choice of stem in their bouquets, ranunculus are in full bloom. Who doesn't love ranunculus, they are dreamy and quite beautiful. They come in an array of colors, so just because you may have a wintery wedding doesn't mean you'll need to nix the pops of color!

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Lisianthus are one of our favorites, this dainty but beautiful flower is similar to a rose, but much softer. Scabiosa is gorgeous for a bride looking for a deep burgundy POP in their bouquets.

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Seeded Eucalyptus is a gorgeous green that is perfect for adding texture. It can be used in your bouquets, garland and centerpieces. Using it as garland can be a beautiful for sweetheart tables, or even down the center of rectangular guest tables. Garden Roses are always gorgeous, but pricey. Here you can see regular roses in unique colors, to make a bridal bouquet that is absolutely stunning.

 
The color of springtime is in the flowers, the color of winter is in the imagination.
— Ward Elliot Hour

Winter Gals, let's get creative... think pine cones, and berries as an option and your flowers can have depth & beauty.

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If you have questions about your winter wedding flowers, email us! We'd love to help you find some inspiration for your cold yet cozy big day!

Allyson Sparrow