Christmas Wedding Flowers
Christmas wedding flowers are SO delightful to do! The festive atmosphere, all friends and family gathered, and best of all . . decorations for a Christmas wedding is already up in every church!!
Christmas wedding dresses trimmed in red compliment beautiful bouquets with Christmas greens. How could you not help falling in love with a Christmas Theme Wedding? These bouquets allfeature a red and green theme, but if you prefer white, visit my page on
white wedding bouquets.
Christmas Wedding Bouquets
This exotic wedding bouquet is arranged first in an OASIS Bouquet Holder and then placed in a Posy Pocket Scepter with hot pan melt glue. Isn't it gorgeous?
These unique wedding flowers are made up of Gloriosa lilies, different varieties of red roses, and bupleurum greens.
Amaryllis is a beautiful flower that is coaxed into blooming near Christmas. Grown from bulbs, this would be a lovely addition to any Christmas wedding bouquet.
The bouquet featured also has red tulips, red roses and spray roses, ranunculus and miniature carnations.
Framed with salal leaves, the Stargazer lilies just pop in this bouquet when featured with Fire and Ice roses.
This picture of Christmas wedding flowers show a touch of Belladonna Delphinium for contrast. This soft blue is complimented by the white tulips, red bouvardia and red huckleberry greenery.
The royal color of purple is tucked into these wedding flowers. It is a lush combination of lilies, carnations, hypericum berries, purple lisianthus, bouvardia, freesia and roses!
Believe it or not, this beautiful wedding bouquet is made up of red miniature carnations and burgundy standard carnations. The contrast of the two colors are fabulous. They are framed with a green collar of ivy and galax leaves.
This bouquet is perfect for Christmas wedding flowers. The deep contrast between the burgandy roses and the bright red of the miniature carntions is perfect! Red spray roses, myrtle and seeded eucalyptus gives a nice finishing touch.
Christmas Corsages and Boutonnieres
Add Christmas greens and berries to your wedding corsages and boutonnieres. They will smell good and pick up the flavor of theChristmas season. Be careful when using holly, however. The sharp points of the leaves need to be snipped off or they will snag dresses and jab your fingers!
Christmas boutonnieres can have touches of red - but all green ones have a totally different look! Accent with assorted berries (they can be artificial) and bark-covered wire for a new and different look.
Made of assorted herbs, this Christmas boutonniere gives off a delightful scent when worn.
For more ideas for your themed, check out my page on Christmas Wedding Cakes.
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