How do you want to wake up this Christmas morning – to a glass of buck’s fizz in bed, to a stocking full of presents, as new husband and wife?
With festive proposals and weddings becoming ever more sought after, Christmas ceremonies are starting to give their summertime counterparts a run for their money! Despite choosing a magical season for their big day, for many couples a problem remains: how to have a winter wedding without all the clichéd Christmas styling, especially when it comes to the flowers.
Escaping the traditional red and green colour scheme has never been easier, though, thanks to the expert florists at Interflora. Here, they share some of their best Christmas flowers so you can have a beautiful and romantic winter wedding, without all the clichés!
This bright arrangement featuring pinks and purples will add a pop of colour to your reception tables. The deeper red stems and cinnamon sticks offer a subtle nod to the season without letting it dominate.
Continuing the alternative Christmas flowers scheme in tones of pink and purple, this trailing top table adornment is beautifully romantic. Swap trailing ivy for sprigs of pine and add in a few opulent gold pine cones like Interflora have done here to beautifully embrace the season within your chosen wedding colour scheme.
If you’re planning a winter wedding but desperately don’t want to go all red and green, then you’ll love this peach and gold winter wedding decor idea!
A series of smaller arrangements on tables can have just as much impact, creating a twinkling and intimate style. We love the floral and pine sprigs tucked into these golden candles for a delicate and understated style.
You can also transform your buttonholes thanks to Interflora‘s Christmas flowers inspiration, without a peep of the dreaded all red and green colour scheme. Instead, pair a range of green foliage with blooms of your choice for an elegant style. Introduce berries or tiny pine cones in a gesture towards the season.
Flower crowns aren’t simply for summer – you can create a stunning festive headpiece too! Pick up the sprigs and petals featuring in your bouquet for a cohesive style.
Bridesmaids have long loved the pomander bouquet. This elegant spherical arrangement echoes the shape of a bauble, making it the perfect meeting point for your choice of flowers and your Christmas wedding!
Don’t forget that the colder temperatures will call for changes to your bridal hair and beauty prep – these are the 10 winter wedding hair and beauty tips you need to be a flawless winter bride!