It can be a challenge trying to find the perfect flowers for your wedding, especially when your favourites are out of season and nowhere to be found! That's why we have created a little Flower Guide for the winter season to give you a bit of guidance of where to start in your search for the perfect blooms!
To get some help, we chatted with Lucie from Lulu Bird, an expert florist and wedding flower consultant, about what flower's are in season for the next few months. She's given us an insight into what's gold this season as well as a couple of her favorites!
"I love flowers in the winter months, they have a very different feel about them. Winter is such a great time to create the more natural and and wild arrangements. The wonderful thing about winter flowers is the different look and feel that it can bring to your wedding. I love hellebores, parrot tulips, stock, blushing bride and cymbidium orchids."
Thanks for the beautiful floral inspiration, Lucie! Carrying on with the #floralinspo, we've sourced a list of our top fragrant flowers that flourish and illuminate the cold and winter months.
LOVE Lenzo x
An early winter/late spring flower, Anemones are enchanting, lively and delicate and come in a variety of glorious colors. Their most striking feature is the center of the flower – at times black and elaborate, surrounded by white or blushed creams and deep reds. Either color, this gorgeous bunch puts on an alluring display. Image via Pinterest.
Florals by A Very Beloved Bloom
Florals by Plenty of Petals
Image viaThis Is From The Ground.
Image via Style Juicer
From late winter throughout spring, these fragrant flowers vary from white, pink and lavender. They definitely brighten up any place devoid of color and would be the perfect backdrop. Think pink-flowering branches, masses of white flowers tinged with pink and even large white blooms against a blue winter sky. Beautiful.
Image via Pinterest.
Florals by Style Me Pretty
Blossomed throughout spring, tulips differ in all colors, from the brightest pinks and reds to simple whites - it's like an enchanting field of rainbows.
Florals by Flowerup
Image by The Viennese Girl.
Florals by Style Me Pretty
This ample flower, blossoms in early spring. Vivid in colors of deep reds and even neutrals, they are often referred to as the best of the bunch ; big, bright and beautiful. Perfect for outdoor placements and to liven up a grey day.
Image via Luisa Brimble
Florals by Kelly Lenard
Photo by Angela Higgins
More often than not, we are seeing less flowers and more foilage take centre stage. Not only is it a unique alternative to a flower filled wedding, but it also provices the perfect contrast to your white gown!
Florals by Type A Society.
Styling by Style Me Pretty.
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