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It’s a super-amazing deal from Bella Flowers: book your wedding and reception flowers by November 28th and receive 10% off the total cost! Bella Flowers’ 2015 Black Friday sale is the best way to save on your wedding flowers. Starting today through Saturday, November 28, 2015, save on on centerpieces, bridal bouquets, ceremony decor and much more.

Come in to discuss your wedding plans today and start saving at the best prices of the year! Call (631) 271-7050 to set up your appointment.

(Does not apply to existing signed contracts.) 

With such a great deal, maybe it’s time to think about your wedding flowers. The days are getting very short, and the holiday season is upon us. The glowing oranges and warm wine tones of fall are moving towards smoldering reds and bright holiday scarlets. As we move into the snowy months, all white wedding flowers, or white mixed with greens, create a winter wonderland effect. Reds and pink return for Valentine’s day, but cool whites and icy pastels can last until spring.

Here are some new Bella Flowers designs in deep, wintry reds, creamy whites, and dusty greens:


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Bella Flowers


Bella Flowers


Bella Flowers

Holiday reds are always a classic choice in early winter, they look wonderful with white flowers (and white wedding dresses!) and festive greens. This bouquet is comprised of red garden roses, cedar sprigs, and berries:


Amber Lynn Photography/ E-Flowers

And this winter bouquet is made of red anemones, pink peonies, dark berries, and greenery (love the navy sweater over the wedding dress!):


Katie Parra Photography/ En Fleur Event Design

Using succulents is one of the newest trends in wedding florals. They’re perfect for winter centerpieces, but they’re also being used to great effect in everything from the bride’s bouquet to the men’s boutonnieres.


A Touch of Succulents

Greens are also taking center stage in winter wedding flowers, as in this bouquet using thistle, poppies, green roses, mums and bells of Ireland:

green bouquet

Kimberly Sevilla for Rose Red & Lavender/ Photo: Danny Kim

Here is an example of a green bride’s bouquet comprised of succulents in a gorgeous range of shades:


Photo: Laura Babb

And, of course, greens mixed with wintry whites and icy pastels are always appropriate for creating a wedding winter wonderland. This bride’s wintry bouquet is made of carnations, wood Sola flowers, Stars of Bethlehem, Douglas fir boughs, succulents, berries, Camellia buds, holly greens, and asparagus ferns.


Urban Poppy

Winter flowers easily lend themselves to a rustic—yet still sophisticated—vibe. This centerpiece of privet berries, pine boughs, pinecones, roses, peonies, tuberoses, and parrot tulips would look wonderful at your winter reception.

wintry centerpiece

Honey of a Thousand Flowers

This elegant centerpiece is made of dusty miller, silver brunia, anemones, ranunculus, and tulips.


Melarosa Inc.

If you wish to mix in some icy pastels with your whites and greens, you can open up a new world of possibilities. 


Lisa O’Dwyer


Lisa O’Dwyer


Eleanor Jane Photography


Remember, call us or stop in today to receive 10% off the total cost of your wedding flowers!  Call (631) 271-7050 to set up your appointment.