Winter Wedding – June , July ,August.

With somewhat fewer flowers to choose from in winter , why not consider seasonal greenery, colourful berries and bare branches to reflect the season. Hot house grown flowers are also a great option but can be expensive. Think about some non traditional flowers and plants. Succulents and berries combined with a favorite flowers, such as roses look great for a winter wedding.

Succulents,Anenome’s,Australian Natives,Daphne,Cymbidium Orchids,Hellebores,Hyacinths,Queen Anne’s Lace,Silver suede foliage,Hypericum Berry,Privet Berry,Blue Gum and Gum nuts are all good examples for winter weddings.

Loose natural arrangements have been popular for a few seasons now. Hand picked loose bouquets of winter flowers in clusters create naturally beautiful bouquets. Adding texture and interest with doda vine and berriesĀ  reflect the season and give the bouquets a warmth.

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Lovely mix of roses,lisianthus,thrypt and berries

Lovely mix of roses,lisianthus,thrypt and berries

During the cooler months,weddings tend to move indoors. This creates more formalk ceremonies rather than the simple garden weddings in spring and summer. Deep purples and burgandy tones tend to create an air of sophistication. You can make a statement using bare magnolia branches in tall glass vases or masses of Australian natives at the church or venu. By using a mass of the sae flower you can make a dramatic impact.

If you select flowers that are available all year round such as lisianthus,roses,carnations or gerberas not only are they long lasting but they wont blow your budget.Single colouired displays of just one flower will intensify the shape and style of your bouquet or arrangment.

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Simpe white roses , lisianthus and berries

Simpe white roses , lisianthus and berries