If you’re planning a big day during the winter months, our Christmas wedding flower ideas will give you all the floral inspiration you need!

Why do I need Christmas wedding flower ideas?

If you’re planning a December or Christmas wedding, remember that flowers really increase in price in the run up to the holidays. If you’re on a tight wedding budget, you could consider using plants for decoration to give your wedding a floral touch without breaking the bank.

Madonna used Poinsettias plants at her December wedding to Guy Ritchie at Skibo Castle – these large red plants would make fabulous table centres and top table displays.

Available in shades of red, pink and white they also look great massed in a fireplace or placed on window ledges. Just remember that Poinsettias hate the cold, so keep them inside until you’re ready to use them.

For winter weddings in 2012/13 it’s all about high visual impact. You could go for floral displays that hang from the ceiling and fill in the gaps with Christmas baubles. Or perhaps tall displays of winter branches on your tables, decorated with strings of crystals and fairylights.

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When it comes to bridal bouquets, round posies are trending over the longer shower-style bouquets. Tightly packaged tulips or roses look amazing at Christmas time and make a real impact in your photos. If you choose an all-white bouquet, avoid it getting lost against your white gown by lifting it with a sparkly brooch or a coloured ribbon around the stems.

Christmas wedding flower ideas for the DIY-minded

Flowers are an area where you really can save money on your Christmas wedding by turning your handy to some wedding DIY. In the video below, the lovely Sabine from Glily gives us a fantastic hands-on approach to creating your own bouquet. Not only will it save you money, but it’s a also a fun new skill to learn!

It may surprise you to know that many spring flowers become available from December! Look out for tulips, anemones and ranunculas in a vast array of colours – perfect for brightening up a cold winter wedding day.

What flowers are you having for your big day? Are you have a Christmas wedding? Let us know your comments below?