Without a doubt, 2020 winter weddings are focusing on neutral color pallets with lots of white flowers and pops of natural leafy greens. Brides are opting for a fresh and elegant look for both indoor and outdoor weddings.
Within this look, 2020 winter brides are making their bridal bouquet a central focus of design. They are either going big and natural or staying small but adding pops of color. Some winter weddings are opting for the classics like garden roses, standard roses, carnations, and football mums with touches of minty eucalyptus, fresh green ruscus, or ruby red hypericum while others tend to follow the trends with ranunculus, anemones, blue mountain thistle (eryngium), and dried lavender flowers. Greenery also plays a key role not only in winter weddings but in all decor. You can inspire a field like ambiance with subtle touches of silver dollar eucalyptus and dusty miller.
Winter brides are big on flower crowns. For their little flower girls or bridesmaids, using baby's breath, greenery and roses are ideal. Greenery crowns have returned as a trend for this season and can be made at home following a tutorial using cocculus, ruscus, or viburnum. More traditional brides can use baby’s breath for a softer look.
Although this soft white winter wedding trend is upon us, your wedding should reflect your personality, so make it your own.