Winter Wedding Trends

Winter is a popular season for tying the knot. There are many options for winter brides. Our expert florists can help you find the latest trends in winter weddings.

Icy Glamour

A combination of cool blues, silvery grays, and snowy whites is the ideal color combination for brides who want to add some winter sparkle to their wedding day. This combination of large-headed Avalanche roses with a mop-headed blue hydrangea, grey-green eucalyptus, delicate bouvardia, and large-headed Avalanche ross has created the perfect look. Your florist can add glacial touches to your bouquet by adding jewels, chiffon ribbon, and generous amounts of tulle. It’s glamorous and luxurious.

Cool blues, silvery grays, and snowy whites

Winter Warmers

Bright flowers can add warmth and color to a winter wedding without resorting to clich├ęs. These designs feature the stunning pinks of the gerbera, freesia, and Piano roses. They are complemented by the rich blue anemones, a popular seasonal wedding flower. Vanda orchids add romance and glamour to table arrangements. Consider using candles to enhance your winter wedding. Simple hand-tied arrangements of posies in silvered glass vessels look stunning and run the length of the table. They can also be adorned with candles in complementary colors.

A winter wedding is not for the faint-hearted bride.

Muted Beauty

This theme is equally relevant for winter brides, as muted and nude colors transcend seasons. Your florist can help you bring this color scheme to life by using a mix of subtle pinks, creams, and other soft shades. The look can be achieved with flowers such as delicately colored ‘Hypnose” roses or pretty astrantia. Decorative seed heads and tiny wood slices add a natural touch to the theme.

For brides, muted tones are still a popular choice.

Contemporary Christmas

Christmas is a magical season for weddings and all things. Winter Christmas weddings are romantic because of the twinkling lights, glow of candles, snow on the ground, and armfuls of fresh holly and ivy. These are some ideas for the festive bride if you’re getting married in December.

If you are planning a Christmas-themed wedding, why not choose a more elegant color theme? Ask your florist to incorporate as many festive touches as possible such as fairy lights, glittered pine cones, and seasonal foliage.

If you are planning a Christmas marriage,

Enchanted love

The timeless combination of deep red and delicate cream is timeless. This classic combination is perfect for winter weddings. It has a touch of Christmas without being too festive. Luxurious roses dominate these designs. The winter bride will love deep red Baccara roses. This look is completed with red hypericum berries and burnished silver accessories.

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