Winter floral arrangements are always stunning, often incorporating other materials which are befitting of the season. Many brides choose to have additional white feathers, silver ornaments, snowflakes added to their bouquets and centrepieces. The provision of one bright colour, such as bright red, blue or green is also a great idea.
There’s a fab long list of all the January wedding flowers here, but these are my favourites:
- Amaryllis — If you’re a DIY bride, these are a great option as they can be purchased cheaply from just about everywhere from supermarkets, to garden centres and grown on window sills at home. They’re simple to grow and economical. You can get hold of them in a variety of colours and they’re very striking.
- Daffodils and Narcissi – Without doubt my favourite flowers! They’re grown earlier and earlier each year with the first blooms now appearing before Christmas. They’re the perfect choice for pre-empting the Spring at your winter wedding.
- Cyclamens and viola – Not suitable for bouquets, but if you’re having a frozen woodland theme (v. on trend) then they’re perfect for natural or rustic centrepieces. Improvise with hanging baskets.
- The best of the rest, which are available all year round are calla lillies, roses (of course), carnations, gerberas and tulips.
Please let me know if you have any other good suggestions for January wedding flower arrangements. In the meantime, please follow us if you’d like to receive regular wedding news, offers and freebies x