I love winter weddings and winter wedding flowers! Over the years I have created traditional wedding flowers, pure winter whites with accents of green foliage and winter berries, and some modern wedding flowers using colourful blooms and touches of gold foliage and vessels. And whilst the flower choice can be somewhat restricted for a winter wedding, we make sure that the bouquets and floral arrangements use all the seasonal flowers available to create stunning arrangements that are equally beautiful to a summer wedding palette.
Delicately wired gardenia blooms in a perfect white dome of white hydrangeas – a beautiful classic white bouquet that would work with a wide array of wedding dresses styles
The winter white lilac played a major role in this bouquet. The background of dark green ruscus foliage and the starry bouvardia florets brought the beautiful white roses to life in a relaxed, informal bridal bouquet. Wicklow wedding flowers.
Alongside the ever-so-romantic white lilac we introduced just a soupçon of scented white stocks and the classic wedding rose – Vendela. I love this rose: the size, shape and delicate creamy hue of this rose make it a popular choice with a lot of my winter brides.
The Ranunculus comes in season! This flower comes in so many incredible colours and it’s delicately elegant shape makes it a popular choice with many winter brides.
Still en vogue for the 2016 weddings, the combination of textural whites and silver or grey brunia berries. We introduced just a touch of light pink lisianthus flowers to soften the contrast between the sharp whites and greys.
The oversized bouquet is a huge trend for the 2016 weddings. The burgundy tones of this bouquet are beautifully complemented by the pastel Vuvuzela roses. Photo via Martha Stewart Weddings
Jewel red amaryllis, ranunculus, anemones, roses and dusty miller and the most beautiful frosted baby carnations sum up a fabulously unique Christmas wedding bouquet. Photo via Oak & the Owl
The timeless orchids make a stylish bouquet any time of the year; a simple collar of gold dipped eucalyptus foliage gives it a fun seasonal touch. Photo via Inside Weddings