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Home / Wedding Ideas / Stylish winter wedding flower inspiration
Stylish winter wedding flower inspiration

Stylish winter wedding flower inspiration

Prestwold Hall is a beautiful venue whatever time of year, but at winter it really does feel magical. With roaring log fires, sumptuous, cosy interiors and the most incredible views out over the Leicestershire countryside (even better when covered in snow), our Grade I listed stately home is winter wedding perfection. Whether you’ve already booked the date or just love the idea of getting married in December, January or February, we’ve got plenty of winter wedding flower inspiration to help celebrate the beauty of the season.

Bride holding a white and green bouquet in Prestwold Hall
Prestwold Hall is the ultimate winter wedding venue in Leicestershire. Photo: Megan Wilson

What flowers are in season in winter?

Some flowers bloom all year round, however a lot are only available during particular months or seasons. While your florist is likely to be able to source some flowers regardless of season – if you’re willing to pay a premium for important them from abroad – it’s much more affordable and far better for the environment to choose flowers that are in season.

If you have your heart set on a particular bloom that’s not in season, there’s a good chance your florist can suggest a winter wedding flower alternative that looks very similar. We love a romantic, blousy peony at a wedding, but can be difficult to source in the winter. Ranunculi and or David Austin roses are a fantastic seasonal substitute.

Some flowers are available throughout the year, like roses, gypsophila, lisianthus, gerbera and alstroemeria, which are all beautiful – and budget-friendly – choices for your winter wedding. But for more inspiration, here’s a handy breakdown on what flowers could work for your big day.

Roses and gypsophila winter wedding flower centrepiece
Gypsophila and roses are a winter wedding flower match made in heaven, photo captured by Nathan Walker

Winter wedding flowers

Throughout December, January and February there are certain flowers that really come into their own. Planning a winter wedding? Why not add some of these to your bouquet or table centrepieces?

Winter Camellias – another great alternative to a peony for your winter wedding, this flower brings all the texture with its beautiful petals.

Poinsettias – If you’re planning a Christmas wedding, you can’t go wrong with a traditional poinsettia. The bright red colour adds a perfect seasonal feel.

Anemones – With their dramatic black centre, anemones are similar to a poppy in appearance and create a chic focal point to your winter wedding bouquet.

Chrysanthemums – Half pom pom/half daisy these fluffy blooms make a statement and adds plenty of volume to your bouquet.

Hellebores – These delicate star-shaped flowers come in a range of romantic shades and we think they make the prefect addition to a boho-style winter wedding.

Winter wedding flowers inspiration at Prestwold Hall

At  Prestwold Hall we’ve been lucky enough to host some stunning winter weddings. If you’re after some real wedding inspiration, just take a look at these beautiful winter wedding bouquets and floral centrepieces.

Jewl tone winter wedding bouquet
Rich jewel tones, dark green foliage and lots of texture give this winter wedding bouquet a contemporary feel. Photo: The Vendrines
Bride and bridesmaids with white and green bouquets
Classic white and green bouquets work for any winter wedding. Photo: The Vendrines
Bride holding a red and white bouquet at Prestwold Hall wedding
What could be more festive that a red and white wedding bouquet? Photo: Kathryn Edwards Photography
Bride and groom walking down the aisle at Prestwold hall, with a cream bouquet
Eucalyptus foliage adds a modern touch to your winter wedding flowers. Photo: Chris Snowdon
Wedding flowers with lots of dried foliage
Using dried foliage adds a cool, boho feel to you winter wedding flowers. Photo: Grace Dove Photography
Pretty pale pink rose table centrepiece with thistles
The softness of these pale peach roses contrasts perfectly with the wintry thistle. Photo: Sophie May

If you’re still looking for a Leicestershire venue for your winter wedding, please do get in touch by clicking here. We’d love to hear from you!

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