The snow and cold weather arrived in Sweden and Europe in January and continued to hold it's grip during February. Suddenly there was ice everywhere. And we love ice.
This Ice bouquet is called "Winter Flowers" and consists of dried Protea flowers which originally was pink but turned purple in the coldness and some orange Gypsophila Paniculata (in Sweden called "Brudslöja").
With some leftover flowers like pink carnation, green orchid leaves, white roses and orange lilies we put everything in water and waited for it to turn into solid ice blocks. The ice slowly turned into shades of white and light pink.