Winter weddings are becoming more and more popular. With the most popular venues and suppliers often being booked up months or even years in advance, going for a winter wedding can help you get that big day you want.
Whilst one may not associate flowers with winter, they do play an important role in any wedding which is why below we take a look at five fabulous ideas for winter wedding flowers.
Festive Wedding Flowers
A festive wedding bouquet will spoil you for choice in the selection of flowers you can choose from, in shades of reds, greens, golds, as well as white. Select your favourites from Garden Roses, Mistletoe, Begonias, Holly, Ivy, Poinsettia, Evergreen Ferns and Pine. You can also incorporate tartan ribbons, or gold and silver embellishments.
Woodland Wedding Flowers
A winter woodland wedding flower theme will feature evergreen foliage, perhaps with pinecones and rustic trimmings such as rough, natural string. Wild flowers, in a colour scheme of your choice, as well as twigs, ferns, and even feathers, will all help create an original and magical woodland theme winter wedding bouquet and floral display. This will also lend itself very well to button holes.
All White Wedding Flowers
Against a white sky, and a white dress, an all white wedding bouquet can look stunning, as can church flowers and table centre pieces. White is not only a traditional wedding colour, but also a classic winter tone, pure like snow. There is something very magical about an all white floral display, and there are many beautiful blooms to choose from to suit your tastes. White roses for example are simply breathtaking. One way of adding interest to pure white displays is by adding silver or glass crystals, both of which can be incorporated into winter wedding flowers.
Deep Red Wedding Bouquet
Whether you are having a white wedding, or something completely different, a deep red shade of wedding bouquet, along with church and table flowers, can look stunning. The deep rich tone of this floral colour scheme leans toward festive blooms, winter berries, and provides an attractive contrast to white. Alternatively, another idea is to mix the red flowers in with dark green evergreen foliage such as ferns. Along with these flower ideas for winter weddings, always keep in mind that ribbons, jewels, and other embellishments can be incorporated in the design as a whole too.
Fruits and Spice in Your Wedding Flowers
A wonderful winter theme is a mulled wine type of concept, using the ingredients to embellish a floral display. Slices of dried orange, along with dried cinnamon sticks and cloves can add a unique flavour. These items are completely natural and will look fabulous in a winter wedding floral display. Alternatively, for something really different, an impressive floral display can be created with a selection of winter berries in reds and purples, alongside twigs, foliage, and of course wild flowers.
If you are still in need of Winter wedding flower ideas, do some experimenting with colour and texture and try to come up with a theme that will tie in with your dress, setting, and interior decor of the venue.
At Warwick House, the Florists that we recommend are some of the best around, and would be able to help your winter wedding flower dreams come true!
Jaqueline florist: www.jacquelinetheflorist.com
Suzanne Evetts Florist: www.suzanneevettsflorist.co.uk
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