Winter weddings are often a sight to behold and are events of great joy in a season that is already jolly. When it comes to winter wedding flowers, people used to find it difficult to make their choices since they had very little to choose from due to the cold season that makes it difficult to grow different kinds of blooms. Here are some fabulous seasonal wedding flowers to choose from on your big day.
Best Flowers for A Winter Wedding
Holly Winter Wedding flowers
Classic winter foliage, holly has gorgeous, green waxy leaves, with shiny red berries. The colours will give a lovely contrast to white linen and can be used as decoration for the church as well as the venue.
Ivy Winter Wedding Flowers
One of the first things to spring to mind when you think of winter is the lovely green foliage of ivy. This winter foliage can be included in all of your weddings decorations from the church, or other ceremony venue, to the table arrangements, to the chair backs.
Anemones have a range of vibrant colours, which all work well together, so there is no need to choose just one colour. The vivid colours will contrast beautifully with white table linen or with a wedding dress, so if you’re looking for flowers that won’t blend into the background the anemone could be ideal for your wedding.
This mixed Anemonies ,Blue Hyacinth and berries
This lovely winter bouquet included mini cymbidium orchids, silver brunia, juniper sprigs, pine boughs, anemones, pinecones, garden spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, Vendela roses, and dusty miller by Rountree Flowers
If you would like a red flower for your winter wedding, then the amaryllis could be for you. They have a fantastic trumpet shape, which looks stunning in flower arrangements and there are other varieties, such as white and pink, available, if red is not for you. If you want a dramatic flower for your arrangements then amaryllis is definitely worth considering.
The cosmos has a very pretty, daisy like flower. There is an array of colours to choose from so regardless of your weddings colour scheme there will be a flower for you. One of the best is the chocolate variety which smells heavenly and has a burgundy colour, making it a perfect choice for a winter wedding.
It would be a very smart idea to meet with a florist as soon as possible after deciding that you are having a winter wedding. This way you can take a look a pictures of winter wedding flowers and winter bridal bouquets and will know as soon as possible what flowers will be available during the time period you are looking to be married in. A good florist will be able to tell you what types of flowers will be available and how to best use them in your wedding.
Good luck xoxo
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Image Credits : anemonie – blog.theknot | anemonie – Julia Newman Photography via brides | ivy – jana-williams.com via stylemepretty | Cosmos – tulipina | holly wreath – bethphotos | holly – belleandchic | amaryllis – oncewed