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Floral Inspiration for Winter Brides

18 Nov 2014

​Winter weddings offer a plenty of creative possibilities for floral design to complement and enhance the wedding theme. We’ve selected some of our favourite styles from our previous weddings to inspire brides who are planning a winter wedding.

Winter Country Garden


Alicia and Jonathan chose a country garden theme with a seasonal twist for their wedding at Swinton Park.


We combined large headed white calla lilies and white cymbidium orchids with rosemary, eucalyptus, asparagus fern and frosted berries to create an elegant over the arm bouquet. 


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Winter Warmth


We chose a warm colour palette of soft bronzes, cream and burnt orange for Rob and Kim’s Christmas wedding at The Old Deanery in Ripon.


A seasonal mix of pine cones, ivy and mistletoe with amaryllis, oriental lilies, ranunculus and cymbidium orchids created an elegant winter look.



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Winter White

Stylish white amaryllis heads were used to create a classic, gently tumbling teardrop bouquet for Helen and Matthew’s wedding in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

The wedding was held at the Devonshire Fell amidst stunning scenery between Christmas and New Year. High quality fresh flowers can be hard to come by at this time of year when the flower markets are closed so we chose slow opening and long lasting varieties which we could bring into the workshop before the festive break. Read more

Winter Wonderland


An elegant colour palette of white, ivory and silver was used for Rebecca and Andy’s magical winter wonderland wedding at Ripley Castle.


We created a beautiful hand-tied bouquet for the bride using large headed roses, ranunculus, silver eucalyptus foliage, silver Brunia nuts and mini pine cones. Small  clusters of Swarovski crystals added a touch of extra sparkle. Read more

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