Spring is on the horizon, but we’re still all about the wintery blush palettes as we head into February. We’ve put together some floral inspiration and wedding detail inspiration for those late winter weddings falling toward the end of January and around Valentine’s Day.
For wintery floral arrangements we love dusty mauve Koko Loko roses at the center of attention, surrounded by beautiful bridal whites and blushes. Patience roses paired with white lisianthus, stock, blush ranunculus, and feathery astilbe create dreamy, texture-filled bouquets guaranteed to please. Adding a touch of burgundy agonis and a few black scabiosas create some depth to the color palette, and white snowberry add the perfect finishing touch.
Bridesmaid bouquets with mostly blooms in cream and blush will pop nicely against deep burgundy bridesmaid dresses, creating a seamless color palette for your entire event without putting too much emphasis on one color.
Keep your color palette consistent throughout your wedding details. These ivory and rose gold wedding invitations from Minted are so chic. A simple wedding cake featuring frosted cranberries, and red wine bow ties are perfect ways to add pops of luxurious deep burgundy into your wedding day, without becoming overwhelmed by such a dominant color.
Loving this color palette? Want to talk about floral inspiration for your own wedding? Give us a shout to get started!