Planning a winter wedding means taking many factors into account, especially when it comes to your floral choices. What flowers are in season? Which colours will suit the styling and decor? Will the cold weather impact them? We have gathered a selection of seriously stunning floral ideas that will suit your winter wedding perfectly!
These bold red tones will add a pop of vibrance to your wedding day. Against the cool tones and crisp whites of a winter wedding, these babies will really come to life!
For weddings with a more muted colour theme, incorporating greenery into floral arrangements is a natural way to add a subtle bit of colour.
Nod To Neutral
Neutral tones are the go to for many winter weddings and there is no surprise why. Incorporating seasonal blooms, this timeless and chic arrangement is a winter wedding essential.
A Touch Of Frost
Creamy ivories and silver tinged foliage make for a dreamy winter bouquet. The muted tone berries add an extra splash of colour and blend with the style beautifully.
This is one of our favourite winter wedding floral ideas. Pinecones add a unique touch to your bouquet and perfectly encompasses the rustic winter wedding theme.
Make your winter wedding bouquet really stand out by contrasting colours. Anemones are great for this with their soft white petals and deep coloured centres.
Roses are available all year long, making them a fantastic choice for your winter wedding florals. Choose white roses for a monochromatic winter theme or soft pink or red for a more vibrant arrangement.
Sucker for Succulents
If you are looking for a non-floral alternative, a succulent bouquet is a stunning and trendy option. With an emphasis on greenery, this bouquet is great for brides who are concerned about the cold affecting their flowers.
Australia has a wide variety of stunning native blooms that are great for wedding bouquets. With many natives in bloom from late Autumn to early Spring, they are a gorgeous winter wedding floral.
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