Match your wedding flowers to your season The month you marry can make a real impact on your choice of wedding flowers in terms of what's in season and which…
Written by Anyonita Green Last updated: November 15, 2014
Winter weddings can be some of the most remarkable, breathtaking ceremonies. With classic white colour schemes and muted colours, you can play up the wintry vibe and extend it to your bridal bouquet. We’ll talk through options for incorporating flowers into your winter wedding as well as listing our favourite winter blooms.
From your place setting to pops of floral motifs dotted around your venue, incorporating flowers into your winter wedding is just as easy as incorporating them any time of year. White roses, lilies and tulips would look stunning displayed in various jars, vases or bowls.
Incorporate single blooms as a part of your place settings. We love how elegant and classy these roses look displayed at each table setting! This is an easy project that will instantly add loads of character to your reception decor.
Agapanthus — large, striking flowers, also known as African Lily.
Amaryllis — large, trumpet shaped flowers.
Anemone – delicate flowers available in various colours.
Anthurium – waxy looking, exotic flowers.
Bouvardia – clusters of small, tubular flowers.
Calla Lily – striking lilies. Available in white and other colours.
Carnation – long-lasting and wonderful for using on their own in pomanders.
Chrysanthemum – large, showy flowers.
Cymbidium orchid – striking orchids, up to 12 flowers on each stem.
Euphorbia – curved stems with lots of tiny flowers.
Freesia – highly scented flowers in various colours.
Gerbera – contemporary, daisy-like flower in various colours.
Gloriosa – bright yellow and cerise, dramatic flower.
Hyacinth – beautifully scented and various colours.
Hydrangea – enormous flowerheads in various colours.
Iris – popular, but relatively short-lived.
Lilac – popular with a lovely, strong scent.
Lily – lilies are available throughout the year but not in all colours.
Muscari – tiny clusters of blue flowers. Also known as grape hyacinth.
Narcissus – spring-like.
Phalaenopsis orchid — large, striking orchids. Wonderful for bouquets.
Rose – needs no explanation! Available in almost every colour.
Sunflower – striking flower usually in yellow.
Tulip – a very popular cut flower with many different varieties.
To find a florist near you stocking winter wedding flowers, be sure to visit our directory.