“I want a rustic organic look!” Over the years, brides have expressed wanting to use more unusual flowers. We have suggested using berries, pods and unusual greens to add an organic feeling to their wedding decor. Protea can add depth and texture to your mountain wedding decor.
Some winter weddings look great in an all-white palette, or a frosty blue hue to reflect the pristine feel that comes with a snowy backdrop like a destination wedding in Breckenridge. However, there are no rules any more and if you want to try something new and unusual, then we suggest exploring unusual and non-traditional wedding flowers, including the tropical blooms featured here, the Pincushion Protea and the Oncidium Orchid.
How would you use these in a winter wedding? You can now comment via your Facebook profile, so please let us know what you think of this idea!
This article was written by Dina Sanchez, aka the Flower Maven, and brings years of experience and has created happy memories for hundreds of weddings in Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco, Keystone, and Silverthorne, Colorado. If you have a question about flowers, decor for a particular venue, then chances are good that we’ve been there and done that. And not many vendors or bloggers can make that claim. We’ve created this blog and online resource to help brides, grooms, and vendors connect to plan destination weddings in the Rocky Mountains near Summit County. How can we help you?