Bloomin' chilly

Bloomin' chilly

Our experts talk winter wonderland weddings...

Bella says: I must admit, when I think about winter flowers and foliage I don’t always feel very inspired. But actually there’s so much you can do to create your very own winter wonderland using a colour palette of red, cream, pink and burgundy. I’m a big fan of seasonal favourites ranunculus and anemomes but also love the romance of roses, especially as they’re available all year round. Why not add teasels, rosehips or berries such as viburnum or hypericum? You could even try pine cones for a more rustic style! When it comes to foliage, bring out the silver of those frosty mornings with eucalyptus and senecio and mix with other greens like rosemary, pittosporum and ivy. 

Bella Timbrell, Arabella Floral 
www.arabellafloral.com


 
 
 
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