Finding winter wedding flowers can seem like a more difficult task, but fear not— we've put together 10 of our favorite bouquets, arrangements and boutonnieres that use their fair share of seasonal cold weather blooms. Pictured here: paperwhite wedding flowers. Go for an all white everything vibe with these simple and elegant paperwhite bouquets for you and your bridesmaids. The crisp, snowy hue lends itself perfectly to a cold-weather soiree.
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Old metal boxes and lunch pails make great vintage holders for your favorite indoor arrangements. White hydrangeas, viburnum, and paperwhites complement any color container.
Arrangement with Sweet Frangrances Kumquats and limes evoke a tropical getaway, as do lush blossoms of phalaenopsis orchids (available at many supermarkets). The perfumes of paperwhite narcissus and jasmine are a surefire pick-me-up. As you make the arrangement, insert the sturdy citrus branches before adding the delicate flower stems.
Clusters of paperwhites for centerpieces at this Atlanta Wedding via http://StyleMePretty.com/2012/04/20/atlanta-wedding-at-the-georgian-terrace-hotel-by-our-labor-of-love/ Photography by ourlaboroflove.com, Floral Design by trusoweddings.com
Grouped Paperwhites, Roses, and Star-of-Bethlehem This luminous centerpiece is composed of three silver julep cups filled with paperwhites, roses, and star-of-Bethlehem, set atop a cake stand. After the centerpiece has served its purpose, the three elements can be separated and distributed throughout the house; try placing them on nightstands and bathroom shelves.