5 Winter Wedding Bouquets

5 Winter Wedding Bouquets

Roses can infuse weddings with style and luxury and the beauty of the David Austin Cut Rose Collection is that it is available all year round. That’s right, even in the depths of winter, our roses can be sourced from floral designers and flower wholesalers throughout the world to bring an elegant touch to your wedding day.

Of course, any colour rose goes for any season (there are no rules!) but when it comes to winter weddings, we are drawn to the classic festive shades of snowy white and rich holly berry red. But how can you use these traditional colours in a fresh and modern way? Scroll on for some gorgeous winter wedding bouquet inspiration we know you’re going to love.

Classic Red Rose Bridal Bouquet

Red roses are a dream at any time of year but they feel particularly special and seasonal around Christmastime. Using a single red rose like Tess en masse creates a bold and dramatic look that is simple but oh-so effective.

The key to keeping this look contemporary is to ask your florist for a natural, freeform design. A natural cluster of roses feels super chic and interesting. Pair with a long-sleeved lace gown for a totally timeless look.

Red Rose Bouquet
Photographer: @lauragordon

All White Rose Bridal Bouquet

This timeless design with a relaxed natural feel is a modern take on the bouquet carried by gorgeous Annie Banks in Father of the Bride – one of our favourite movies of all time! Less structured and perfectly formed than bouquets typical of the nineties and early noughties, this all-white bouquet is given a light ethereal feel with its loose composition and layered white flowers.

Leonora and Purity take centre stage, complemented with delicate papery blooms like scabious and sweetpeas, plus twisted willow for an organic feel. The blue velvet ribbon adds a splash of colour and the bride’s soft blush gown adds warmth to this elegant winter wedding.

Timeless Bridal Bouquet
Photographer: @andyourstory
White Wedding
Floral Designer: @clementinemoon_floraldesign

Natural Green and White Rose Bouquet

If an all-white bouquet feels too minimal and monochrome for your taste, consider adding foliage and delicate touches of green like in this beautiful bouquet. This adds contrast while still feeling clean and neutral. Our leading lady Leonora is paired with ranunculus, lilac, astrantia and hellebore, plus tendrils of foliage and sculptural spirea.

White Wedding Bouquet
Photographer: @imogenxiana

Bold Red and Pink Rose Bouquet

The addition of pink is a fabulous way to bring modernity to the classic red rose. Red and pink is a hot colour combination that’s popular in fashion and interior design right now, and we can totally see why. Use the colours in equal vibrancy for a bold dramatic effect, or experiment with different tones of pink and red, like blush pink paired with cherry red for example, or peach with burgundy.

Within this bouquet, floral designer duo Bows + Arrows have used Tess, Darcey, Miranda and Capability David Austin Wedding Roses.

Pink And Red Wedding Flowers
Photographer: @jessicamangia_photography
Red And Pink Bouquet
Floral Designer: @bowsandarrowsflowers

Winter White Woodland Bridal Bouquet

There’s nothing quite like a brisk winter walk in the countryside and we love how this bouquet captures the essence of the season. You’ll notice how this bouquet features different shades of white and textured foliage to create a sophisticated multilayered look that feels super chic and timeless.

Florist Joseph Massie Flowers also created a magical winter woodland scene for the wedding ceremony, featuring natural finds like moss and bare branches, and chunky pillar candles in hurricane vases.

Winter Wedding Bouquet
Photographer: @emmapilkingtonphotography
Woodland Wedding Bouquet
Floral Designer: @josephmassie

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