Are you planning a fairytale winter wedding? Then you need the perfect bouquet to complete the picture! These 10 beautiful bridal bouquets from Silk Blooms hit the spot – and they’ll last forever…

Emeline, £124.99

A gorgeous silver and white bouquet with roses, silver berries and blue heather for a classic winter wedding feel, complete with snow-dusted pine cones to bring in a little Christmas magic, too. Mixing vintage rustic with modern glamour, this bouquet is a glittering showstopper.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-emeline-bride

Eira, £109.99

Imagine Christmas in the Scottish Highlands – that’s what the Eira bridal bouquet embodies. Pale blue and green thistles covered in snow, with the thistle leaves painted in glittering silver and crystal pins throughout for the ultimate jawdropping effect, hand-tied with a light blue organza ribbon.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-eira-thistle-snow-bride_5

Lenora, £84.99

A fairy-like, feminine and delicate Christmas-inspired bridal bouquet of pale pink roses, silver glitter foliage and snowballs. It’s finished off with silver pine cones and pink crystal pins throughout, plus a pink velvet ribbon and white bow.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-lenora-pink-lilac-rose-bride_5

Gabrielle, £84.99

Brooch bouquets are an emerging trend that is gaining more popularity by the day. This bouquet of classic roses in snow white and icy blue tones, crowned with a crystal brooch and tied with a blue velvet bow would be ideal for a fairytale winter wedding.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-gabrielle-blue-white-rose-bride_4

Adamina, £99.99

This gorgeous shade of lilac paired with white looks stunning on Vermeer lilies, and is an excellent colour choice for a sophisticated winter wedding. The Adamina bouquet comprises lilac lilies and pure white roses, and is hand-tied with a white satin ribbon. Real preserved gypsophila lends this bouquet a romantic touch.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-adamina-purple-lily-hydrangea_2

More Bridal Bouquets for Winter Weddings

Taisa, £149.99

Black and white is a hugely popular colour scheme for weddings right now – it’s modern, sophisticated and elegant. This bouquet of ‘real touch’ roses, ranunculi and anemones comes in black and white with subtle hints of light pink, and has elements of greenery throughout for that romantic, rustic look.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-taisa-anemone-ranunculus-bride2_2

Kala, £94.99

A classic mix of duck egg blue and snow white roses, Picasso and calla lilies, hand-tied with a blue satin ribbon and crystal pins. The bouquet is finished off with beargrass loops and crystals throughout for a glittering look that would suit any winter wedding theme.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-kala-lily-rose-bride_3

Celyn, £89.99

The must-have bouquet for a Christmas-themed wedding, the Celyn bouquet has all the traditional holiday colours plus forest elements like pine cones, winter berries and pine needles. The stems are wrapped in a red velvet ribbon with green satin bow for a luxurious touch.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-celyn-red-rose-bride_2

Birgit, £104.99

Painted in the traditional colours of Christmas, this bouquet of classic roses also contains silver Scottish thistles and green foliage, making it ideal for a seasonal wedding. It is finished with clear crystal sprays throughout, and the handle is tied with white satin ribbon and a burgundy bow.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-birgit-rose-thistle-bride_4

Anamaria, £94.99

A heart-shaped bouquet of ivory roses with crystal pins throughout, nestled on a bed of blue, real preserved gypsophila. Both adorable and elegant, this bouquet would be perfect for a simple, sophisticated winter wedding.

silk-blooms-winter-wedding-anamaria-rose-gypsophila-heart-bride_4

If you’re looking for a personalised bouquet, get in touch with Silk Blooms to talk to them about customisation. To complete your winter wedding look, we’ve got tons of advice, ideas and real life experiences to help you right here.

Read More:


Want more wedding information and inspiration? Just hit ‘Like’ on our Wedding Ideas Facebook page, and ‘Follow’ on our @wimagazine Twitter account to join in the conversation.