What do you think of winter weddings? Is it too cold to hold a wedding ceremony? Or maybe you think that it’s an amazingly romantic season when you can warm up each other? A winter bouquet is a special thing as it’s often non-floral and can be made from other unusual materials. Classical floral bouquets are always actual but in winter it’s suitable to decorate them with cotton, berries, coniferous branches, cinnamon sticks or pine cones. No matter what bouquet you choose for your fantastic winter big day – just have fun and be hot!
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