Winter wedding flowers

While most couples choose to plan their big day during the warmer months of the year, others enjoy the beauty of winter and they wish to celebrate this beauty while tying the knot. During this season, it’s important to choose the right décor – especially the flowers.


the first thing you will need to consider is the colour or colours you choose. During this season, bold colours like dark red are very popular. If you prefer to keep it light, you can use white blooms with pastels like pink.

Top colour combinations

Green and white are fantastic together and they are an excellent choice if you want to keep it simple. It’s also great for keeping it simple yet elegant. Another lovely combination is red and green. Green goes well with any colour because plants have green leaves. Deep and dark reds are best for these arrangements. Red, white, and a touch of plum is also beautiful. It’s great because plum is like a shade of red with a dash of purple so it looks like a very dark shade of red. When you combine these three colours, it gives your displays a whole new appearance.

Types of flowers

Apart from the colours, it’s also important to choose the right types of flowers. Roses are known for being one of the most romantic flowers in the world. Red roses are particularly romantic. Other popular colours include pink and white. Calla lilies are also popular and the white variety is a glorious shade of white. The texture of these flowers also adds to the beauty of the arrangements. Callas are not only popular for the table arrangements, but also for bridal bouquets. Amaryllis flowers are absolutely stunning for winter weddings. They suit light and dark arrangements so, no matter what, they will look great.

With these tips in mind, it should be very easy to choose the perfect winter wedding flowers. If you are ever unsure, you can contact your florist for their professional advice. Not only will they be able to assist with the colour scheme, but they can also help you choose the best blooms while sticking to your budget.