Best Blooms for Your Christmas Wedding

Most couples tie the knot during the summer or spring, and it has almost always been so. However, a growing number of people are opting for the winter to avoid the rainy seasons and to take advantage of the slower times of the year. It’s certainly one of the most beautiful times of the year as well, especially when the ground is covered in a pure blanket of snow. Best of all, there are so many options when it comes to choosing Christmas wedding flowers, whether you hope to take advantage of the magic of the season or simply appreciate cool, icy hues. If you’re planning a Christmas wedding and haven’t selected your flowers yet, or are looking for something elegant to send to a member of a wedding party, consider selecting bouquets with some of the blooms outlined here.

Pure and Classic Whites

Although white is already a traditional wedding colour, incorporating winter white bouquets into your wedding makes it seem as if even Mother Nature, herself, is blessing the union. Whilst crisp white has been traditionally favoured over the years, more brides are leaning towards off-whites for their wedding flowers these days. This includes various antique whites, cream, or ivory. Different shades can be layered together for texture and dimension or a single hue can be selected for a monotone look.

  • Amaryllis

  • Calla lilies

  • Orchids

  • Tulips

  • Anemones

Pale and Icy Blues

Stunning winter wonderlands can be created with the addition of pale or icy blue flowers. These are stunning by themselves, but can be mixed in with off-white blossoms for an elegant pairing, too. You may also find some options that come in a light grey or silver, for a truly luxurious look.

  • Delphinium

  • Hydrangea

  • Iris

Rich Reds and Deep Burgundy

Classic Christmas bouquets and  colours, such as bright red, are also used, creating gorgeous displays that add to the festivity of the day. Additionally, red is a colour of romance and of love, which makes it ideal for a winter wedding, and is absolutely decadent by itself. Burgundy is also