Seeking beautiful winter wedding corsage ideas? Look no further! We’ve sourced the most divine winter inspired corsages on Pinterest. View our full mood board here.
Think holly berries, raspberries, native berries, privet berries, rosehip and hipericum. A sprig of berries makes the perfect little addition to a winter corsage or buttonhole.
Silvery green, mushroom pink, chocolate-black. The colour options available in succulents are astounding and beautiful, as are all the interesting shapes available, especially the miniature ‘rose’ shaped variety. Plus they are wonderfully hardy for a wedding corsage or buttonhole. Beautifully offset with foliage or a simple rose, these beauties are perfect for winter corsages.
The humble blue Scottish thistle offers a fabulous touch to a wee winter corsage or buttonhole. As are speckled game bird feathers in neutral tones of brown, cream, grey and black (such as guinea fowl and pheasant feathers). Spotty and stripy, these add wonderful shapes, textures and ‘earthiness’ to the design.
Yes to a creamy rose or a deep velvet red for a classic winter buttonhole. But how about other winter beauties such as anemones with their striking black centres, ranunculus in deep reds and burgundies, and the delightful hellebore?
Branch away from the usual camellia leaf and dabble in interesting winter leaves including spruce, baby pine cones, rich maroon smoke bush, silvery dusty miller and eucalyptus, rosemary and ivy.