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Colours & Trends for Winter Weddings

Colours & Trends for Winter Weddings

Colours & Trends for Winter Weddings

There’s something so elegant and romantic about winter weddings. Of course, a wedding at any time of the year is a fantastic occasion, with endless options for beautiful wedding flowers. As a Sheffield florist, I’ve organised the flowers for a great many weddings at various times of the year. With so many weddings being pushed back this year due to Covid and lockdowns, there are many couples out there who are rethinking their chosen schemes from earlier in the year to fit the season.

Whether you decide to go with a current floral trend for your winter wedding, or a more traditional choice of colour and blooms, here are some of my favourites when it comes to Sheffield wedding flowers for winter weddings.

Wintery Wedding Flowers

Using flowers and foliage to conjure up a winter feel is a personal favourite of mine. Crisp and subtle shades of white complimented by sage green or silvery grey foliage is a popular choice, and really achieve that pared back, cool winter look. As for flower choice, try Paperwhite Narcisiisi, Anenomes, and pale coloured spray roses. You could also consider combining contrasting pops of brighter colours with the paler, more wintery shades to bring more energy into your floral arrangements.

Dark & Dusky Roses

Roses in dark burgundy and claret tones, mixed with dusky pinks and even nude toned roses are very popular this season. Although not usually a wedding favourite, roses in shades such as these are very on trend right now. Roses are traditionally a symbol of love, and paler, nude roses actually symbolise sincerity, closeness and appreciation, making them a lovely choice for a winter wedding.

Trendy Dried Flowers

As I’ve talked about in previous blog posts, dried flowers have made a comeback over the past couple of years and are a trend that looks to continue to be popular this winter. Dried flowers lend themselves really well to woodland themed weddings, not to mention adding a trendy retro feel to the occasion. Another advantage of dried flowers is that they can be organised, styled, and arranged in advance of your wedding, and can be kept as keepsakes and decorations for our home afterwards. Winner!

Winter Wedding Flowers Sheffield

Here at Katie Peckett Florists, we specialise in on trend wedding flowers in Sheffield and Derbyshire, and we’d love to help you make your winter wedding day unforgettable with showstopping blooms. Call us today on 0114 266 4249 or email info@katiepeckett.com