Are you planning a winter wedding?
Once you’ve chosen the perfect winter wedding venue, and your dress you can start planning your wedding flowers.
Winter Wedding Flowers – what varieties are available? There are more options than you think.
The photograph above includes roses, eryngium (thistle), anemone, astrantia, scabious stellata (paper moons), viburnum berries, lisianthus and mixed foliage including eucalpytus. All of these flowers and foliage are available in the winter.
During November the spring flowers start to become available, so to add to this list there are ranunculus, tulips, hyacinth, narcissi (paper whites) and spring blossom.
During the winter months textured flowers are often popular, including succulents, twigs, seed heads etc…
There is also a good range of foliage available, including the different varieties of eucalpytus (parvifolia, cinerea, populus, baby blue), as well as autumnal foliages, oak leaf, continus etc..
The variety of colours popular for a winter wedding include:-
Neutrals, blush colours including lots of silvery eucalyptus foliage
Autumn – rich colours including reds, hot pinks, blues and oranges
Metallics – white flowers with a touch of copper, rose gold, silver
Vintage – muted rose and plum
And for the venue, lots of candles will always be popular during the winter.
For more ideas and inspiration, please have a look at our Winter Wedding Pinterest Board
If you would like to arrange a consultation to discuss your wedding flowers in more detail, whatever the season, please email our weddings team.