When it comes to romantic winter bouquets it doesn’t get much more classic than red roses. The new way to add a fresh twist to roses is to add eucalyptus (leaves and seeded) and dark red parrot tulips for greenery and texture. This combination ties in the colors of the holiday season in a way that’s both subtle and sophisticated. We love the unstructured shape of this pretty burgundy bouquet with an organic, earthy vibe from an Art Deco winter wedding in Charleston, South Carolina. Eucalyptus is having a major moment in weddings right now, and it’s no surprise why. It’s a hearty greenery that hangs in a whimsical cascade. And it smells great too! See below to see how to steal this winter rose bouquet for your wedding.
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