There’s something romantically warming about a winter wedding, so complement the roaring fire and cosy furs with our green-fingered guide to winter wedding floral arrangements.

 

Deck the Halls


Berries and mistletoe

 

Berries in wedding arrangements

 

Wish it could be Christmas everyday? Celebrate the ultimate winter nuptials, festive-style, by combining winter blooms such as holly sprigs and berries, white Vendella Roses, velvety scarlet red Naomi Roses and Mistletoe. Seduce the senses by adding cinnamon sticks, dried orange slices and cloves for head-turning centerpieces, and add pops of colour with rows of Poinsettias to give that cosy festive feel. And when it comes to simple, stylish wedding flowers, East-London based McQueens prides itself on a strong sense of colour, design and the team’s genuine passion for floral design. So, whether you’re planning a large-scale showstopper of a day or an intimate family affair, McQueens is perfectly placed to help you plan and prepare your florals with flair.

 


 

 

A Great Day for a White Wedding


Winter White Floral Arrangements


Wedding Bouquet for a winter white wedding

 

Keep it minimal with a whiter shade of pale, and celebrate your day surrounded by winter whites. Combine Silver Fox and Iceberg roses, Casablanca Lilies, and delicate White Freesias, entwined with Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, frosty Dusty Miller and Gypsophila for a delicately lacey look. Add the wow factor to bouquets with oversized trailing ivy or make for a modern twist with White Anemones with black centres for that monochrome look. Don’t forget the buttonholes, with a single white cotton stem, white rosebud or a simple sprig of Eucalyptus, for minimalist with a twist.

 


 


Rainbow Brights


Warm up a winter’s day with bold brights, and add a flush of colour to contrast cool white skies. Choose Ranunculus in red wine hues, Cornflowers in cobalt blue and Green Kermit Chrysanthemums for standout blooms. Oriental Poppy Pods, Astilbe in bold fuchsia and coral can be cleverly combined with Eucalyptus, Fern and Rosemary for a floral feast that not only looks good but smells great too. Add some pop to your portraits with head-turning floral crowns, for an on-trend take on vintage-style blooms.

 

Winter wedding bouquets with deep red hues 

 

Winter wedding bouquets, blue berries and deep red hues 

 

 


 

 

Walking in a Winter Wonderland


Take a walk into the wilderness this winter with rustic Cappuccino Roses, oak leaves and Queen Anne’s Lace. Add a little luxury with plush feathers, wintery thistles and evergreens, and bring the woodland indoors by adding pinecones and rose hips to table displays. Norwegian Blue Spruce, birch twigs and blue viburnum berries add richness and colour, with Pussy Willow bringing a drop of delicateness to floral fancies. Need a little specialist help to figure out your Ferns from your Freesias? Turn to acclaimed floral designer Philippa Craddock, whose creativity for the likes of Selfridges, Tatler, Vogue and Tiffany & Co., has won her the accolade as one of London’s flower arranging’s finest.

 

Autumnal feather arrangements

 

Floral frosted bouquets for winter