Choose seasonal blooms for your winter wedding
I know that on a warm sunny day like to day it seems a bit mad to be talking about winter wedding flowers, but it’s a topic that I feel quite passionate about. When it comes to weddings held during December, January and February, I think it’s easy to assume that there are no flowers growing in this country, and therefore if you want wedding flowers they’re going to be imported.
I’m here to show you that it’s just not true!
And if you’re planning a spring, summer or autumn wedding, we’ve also written posts about these, just click on those links or the ones at the bottom.
With this selection of seasonal winter bouquets, I hope I can encourage some winter brides to fully embrace a truly British grown wedding when it comes to the flowers. So say no to the red and white roses, and fill your bouquets and arrangements with hellebores, anemones, catkins, narcissi, and more!
As with all naturally grown flowers, there will be seasonal and locality variations, depending on when and where you are getting married. We would always recommend choosing a flower farmer or florist who specialises in British grown flowers, and ask for their advice.
Hellebores and silver foliage
The Garden Gate Flower Company (photo by Taylor & Porter Photographs)
Rosemary, narcissi and lichen covered twigs
The Flower Field (photo by Jennie Hill Photography)
Hellebores, foliage and narcissi
The Real Cut Flower Garden
Berries, paperwhites and anemones
Common Farm Flowers
Hellebores, ferns and foliage
Blue Poppy Florist