Christmas colours and festive palettes are so exciting because they come in amazingly rich hues of greens and reds, offset with a sprig of metallic glitz. Who can fail to get excited about mid-winter flowers? Especially if you are a winter bride.
Planning ahead for a winter wedding isn’t always easy, but with enough time and effort it can be spectacular.
Some brides prefer a more traditional and natural approach, in which case I like to go with something like ivory avalanche roses along with red ilex berries and variegated holly. Perhaps with an occasional pine cone and cinnamon sticks.
Then you have the more glitzy winter weddings, for which I would include things like striking anemones with glittered salix. I also love to include beautiful hellebores, which are also know as the Christmas rose.