Has your wedding been scheduled during one of the cold wintry months? If you are worrying about what flowers you should choose, you would be delighted to know that there are a large number of blooms which can be chosen to reflect the spirit of a winter wedding perfectly. Given below are some of the currently popular trends:
Lovely Romantic Whites : White weddings are preferred the most during winters, but they do not have to be strictly confined within the boundaries of modern and stark white flower arrangements. Stylish brides can go for an antique and soft white effect, augmented with blooms in ivories, creams or pale blush shades. Some appropriate choices that the brides usually opt for include amaryllis, lilies, calla, tulips, anemones and orchids. A combination of them also works great and can help in creating a monotonously elegant texture of softly modulated colour, along with a touch of lavish romance.
Tactile Accents : Centrepieces at winter weddings can be accentuated tactfully by filling in silvery leaves of Dusty Miller and lamb’s ears. This can help in achieving a frosty look which perfectly reflects the season and also breaks up a red or white palette. Same can be done with the bridal bouquet as well. If you want you can hold a cluster of roses, tulips or anemones along with them and make your walk down the aisle more intriguing with the playful combination of little colour bursts and a single shade palette.
Lush, Festive Buds : Decadent reds are becoming popular flower arrangements of winter weddings. The bests choices in the category are anemones, roses, gloriosa lilies, amaryllis, cymbidium orchids and calla lilies. Florists offering flower delivery in Newborough often suggest brides to use monofloral arrangements that contain cluster of a single flower type and are tightly bunched into sculptural displays. These arrangements are then used as embellishments throughout the room. If you want, you can also go for centrepieces with a varied palette, including shades of deep orange, ruby, plum and wine. Together, they can provide a visually lush and intriguing effect.
Beyond Flower Bouquets : How about trying to be a bit creative and thinking off the track? You can add some nonfloral elements like white viburnum or snowberries, pepper berries or hypericum. They impart a dimensionally serious seasonal appeal. You may also incorporate feathers for creating a dramatic effect. You can even ask your groom to use a snowberry cluster along with a white feather, or silvery green leaves of Dusty Miller with eucalyptus berry along with his boutonnier to echo your multi textured bouquet.