While you might not see an abundance of flowers in bloom during these winter months, fear not, there are plenty to choose from when it comes to your winter wedding flowers.
While you can generally get hold of flowers out of season, seasonal blooms will be less expensive and easier to find. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite blooms and styles for this romantic season.
A great choice for a winter wedding, anemones are striking with their jet black centres. Typically, in season from October to May, they are available in various colours with white one of the most popular varieties.
1. This simple bouquet of white anemones with gypsophila is perfect for an all-white wedding.
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2. Here we see a splash of colour with the addition of ranunculus.
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3. If you’re feeling bold, choose these fabulous cherry red anemones.
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4. For a soft grey bouquet that would suit a beautiful grey or silver theme, accompany your white anemones with ‘Silver Brunia’, stocks and senecio.
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5. Anemones are also found in this stunning shade of regal purple, a beautiful choice for winter.
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6. Consider wearing flowers in your hair as well as carrying a small posy. Here we see a pretty hair crown with anemones.
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Also called Arum lilies, these bold blooms are popular with brides. Elegant and graceful, they work well in all elements of the day, from bouquets and buttonholes to table centres and chair back decorations.
7. A wonderfully constructed winter bouquet, calla lilies feature here with silver brunia and white tipped pine cones.
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8. Calla lilies are available in many colours from pure white, through yellows, oranges and pinks to the deepest ‘Hot Chocolate’ shade. Romantic and elegant, we love this bouquet of lilies, roses and rich foliage.
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9. Here, white calla lilies make a simple yet dramatic table centre. A glass vase enables us to see the beauty of the green stems.
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Ranunculus are generally available from November, and at their best in January making them a wonderful winter bloom. These delicate, papery flowers are a beautiful addition to bouquets and table centres and come in a variety of colours.
10. These jewel coloured buttonholes highlight some of the stunning shades of ranunculus.
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11. This bouquet adds some pastel brights to a winter day.
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12. White ranunculus makes a flawless buttonhole.
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13. Pure and perfect, this white ranunculus bouquet is classically elegant.
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Roses are a popular choice throughout the year due to the huge variety of shapes and colours, and their durability. Choose your shade and use it throughout the day.
14. We love these winter hues of grey and copper, an on trend colour combination.
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15. A striking colour combination of moss green with vintage shades of pink makes for a stunning winter bouquet.
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16. Add a thistle and greenery to your rose for a country style buttonhole.
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17. There is perhaps nothing more romantic than a red rose bouquet! This elegant, structured style suits a more formal wedding.
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18. As a complete contrast, go light and blousey with these muted pink shades.
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Berries and Evergreens
At this time of the year, rich evergreens and berries can be just as effective as flowers. Also consider adding other elements such as pine cones and dramatic feathers.
19. Foliage adds an extra dimension to this magnificent staircase.
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20. A festive buttonhole is easily created with holly berries and cedar.
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21. This impressive bouquet is one of our favourites - just the thing for a country wedding with the addition of feathers and ribbon.
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22. Pine cones add an extra dimension to this pretty bouquet, at very little extra cost.
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23. Berries come in to play here, with roses and greenery for a hand-picked style. Differing textures can be just as important as effective colour combinations.
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24. Beautiful berries in pops of red bring out the colour of the flowers in this winter treat.
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Do you know what the best thing about winter is? Christmas of course! And what could be more perfect than a Christmassy wedding full of festive cheer? Take a look at How To Get That Perfect Christmas Wedding Theme and start planning today!