There is so much to love about a winter wedding – especially beautiful wedding flowers. Yes, we’re talking about those sweet florals which not only add wow-factor to your wedding-day look, they complete your styling aesthetic.
Of course, the key to winter wedding flower success is knowing which flowers are in season – this is not only a budget-friendly idea, but your florals are sure to be at their blooming-best, and the availability at an all-time high. Win. Win.
So, what are the best flowers for a winter wedding? We asked Brisbane-based wedding florist, Kate Dawes, for a comprehensive list to help you plan your winter wedding bouquet, ceremony, reception and table styling.
Your in-season guide to winter wedding flowers
(commonly known as Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas)
Beautiful when used in mass
Soft and delicate to add a whimsical touch
Modern, sleek and popular in lux-style arrangements.
Arum lily (late)
Modern and structural.
These beauties come in white pink and deep pink. The delicate blossoms contrast against their stick base beautifully. Great to achieve height without impairing the view at a table.
Commonly known as Protea
An Australian native with interesting texture
Not usually used as a cut flower as they do not last. However, the few random ones we get on our foliage bunches add a bit of fun.
Great for a touch of texture and vibrant colour pop!
Commonly known as Boat orchid
Available in so many amazing colours now, they add a touch of luxury to any arrangement. They come in two head sizes so you can vary their use.
Beautiful creamy colour with a high scent.
Better known as: the happy flower.
Oh, I love a freesia These are not commonly used now but I certainly love including them in my arrangements – especially the white ones.
Not the most popular flower – but you know what? It depends on HOW you use these beauties. Think outside the box!
Interestingly, if you place the stem in a horizontal position the stem tip will turn to the vertical.
Great for a pop of colour and structural shape.
Such beautiful soft colours which add a touch of whimsy to any arrangement.
Gorgeous flowerets all down the soft stem, with a lovely scent.
Adds a pop of colour (and quite structural).
Australian native with a lovely rich burgundy colour (also comes in sunset colours).
The soft Rose!
We don’t use the cut flower, however, the rich green leaves lined with brown are always special.
Just so much variety – we always welcome them in our arrangements.
Perfect to add a touch of LUX. So many amazing colours to choose from in both natural and dyed stems.
A great pop of colour.
Reflexing the petals is very on-trend, but I do love a natural garden Rose.
These are wonderful to use in garden-style weddings.
Available as doubles and singles and with a variety of so many amazing colours now. Just beautiful.
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