Winter wedding bouquets are not as different as you may think. You can use whatever color(s) you desire. Even Martha Stewart points out on her website that although winter palettes tend to lean towards a certain direction, there are no real color restrictions or requirements.
Pull inspiration from the season and add pine cones, twigs, red berries or snow crystals.
Add feathers to your bouquet. This adds a lush warmth to your bouquet in a typically cold season. It can also really balance the warm colors typically seen in winter weddings.
Don't even use flowers for your bouquet but make your own. If you are feeling extra crafty, you can collect vintage brooches and crochet flowers to make a truly one-of-a-kind wedding bouquet. Looking back, I wish I chose this option for my bouquet!
You can also find some really elegant ideas in the galleries below: