"I'm not sure what flowers are in season over winter..." - this is one of the common things we hear from brides who are scheduled to have a winter wedding. It's a common misconception that flowers don't really bloom in winter, or at least the nice ones don't.
Whilst spring does bring with it some of the most amazing floral varieties, winter's not too shabby either. And don't forget that there's a decent variety of flowers that bloom pretty much all year round. For a full list of what's typically available when, we recommend that you check out our seasonal flower guide.
In this post, I've chosen to highlight some of my favourite winter flowers: the poppy, blushing bride, hellebore, ornamental kale, and the one that I probably adore the most, the tulip.
We hope you enjoy this inspiration round up, and that it'll give you some pretty inspirational examples of just how splendid your winter wedding bouquet can be! And if you'd like to get some inspiration for Autumn, you can check out our autumn guide here.
From clockwise, from top left: flowers by Alicia K Designs and photo by Christina McNeill; flowers by Lily Paloma and photo by Shannen Natasha; flowers by Calie Rose and photo by Mere Photo; flowers by Flower Talk and photo by Angela Higgin.
The Blushing Bride
From clockwise, from top left: flowers and photo by Lime Tree Bower; flowers by Sara K Byrne and photo by Dylan M Howell; flowers by Sullivan Owen and photo by Emily Wren Weddings; flowers by Wild Lotus Florist and photo by Kieran Moore.
From clockwise, from top left: flowers by Sullivan Owen; flowers by Fleurs by Fallon Shea and photo by Jen Huang; flowers by La Fleuriste and photo by Christina McNeill; flowers by Prestige Floral and photo by Modern Jane Design.
The Ornamental Kale