WHAT’S IN SEASON?
“Anemones are a beautiful, delicate ﬂower and come in strong colours of purples, blues, reds, violets and whites – gorgeous for a winter arrangement,” says Vicky from Vicky’s Flowers.
“Pussy willow and branches of birch and willow are effective in table centres and larger arrangements, such as archways, too.”
Among the winter ﬂowers that Meghan from Something Special Flowers loves are orchids, hypericum berry, amaryllis, poinsettia, ﬁr and blue spruce. For a festive feel, consider incorporating pine cones, scented spruce and silver eucalyptus.
Adding twinkly fairy lights and candles can really add to a wintry ambience too.
“Roses, Star of Bethlehem, orchids and narcissus with beautiful green or silver foliage and eucalyptus are popular together for winter weddings.” Stunning Flowers
REAL WINTER WEDDING
IMAGES | Jenniflower Photography
Mandy and Scott got engaged at winter time, so it felt ﬁtting to get married in November at Dunblane Hydro Hotel.
“Our wedding vision was for everyone to be together, a big ﬁre going, lots of fairylights with a cosy and relaxed feel,” explains Mandy.
Trudi Todd Creative Flowers was tasked with creating ﬂoral arrangements that ﬁtted the season without being overly festive.
“I loved looking at bouquets that were frosty and cool-toned. I didn’t want my ﬂowers to look Christmassy, just wintry,” says Mandy.
Using a mix of dusty miller, eucalyptus, white hypericum, hydrangeas, roses and gypsophila, Trudi created a bouquet Mandy loved.
“Trudi gave me different options that I hadn’t even thought of. I told her what I liked, showed her only a few inspiration photos of different looks I liked and she created exactly what I had in my head.”