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Best Winter Wedding Trends in 2023

Are you planning a winter wedding? From all-white winter wonderlands to festive Christmas set-ups, it truly is a twinkling time to get married. There are so many great winter wedding trends to choose from.

Some of the most beautiful blooms continue to grow in winter months, such as snowdrops, winter honeysuckle and, of course, traditional pansies. This allows wedding florists to get really creative when creating bridal bouquets and floral installations for winter weddings. It’s always fun to make use of the nature around us too. Winter brides have the option of winter foliage, branches and berries!

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular themes for a winter wedding in 2023.

Muted Pastels

Muted pastel tones of blue, ivory and pink mix together to create a floral bouquet that matches one of the popular winter wedding trends this year.

Getting married in January? You probably want to shy away from the traditional Christmas colours and instead select a colourful theme that signifies the new year. Muted pastels are a great way to do this – think soft blues, warm peaches and crisp whites. You can even incorporate some winter berries, like hypericum or snow berry.

All Classic Whites

All classic whites are another top winter wedding trend. Here, green foliage creeps up a staircase with white and ivory flowers.

The use of white florals, symbolising purity and love, is an enduring wedding tradition that creates a timeless palette. We suggest pairing classic whites with verdant greens and touches of cream and ivory to create a fresh, timeless palette. If you want to add a touch of colour, a subtle blush can be a great way to bring warmth into your arrangements.

Rich Reds

Rich tones of red, ruby and maroon can be combined to create a winter wedding trend that also brings a warm hue to the day.

A romantic blend of florals in shades of maroon, ruby red, and blush can create classic florals for a Christmas wedding. With subtle pops of ivory accentuated by the vibrant green and sage tones of seasonal foliage, this elegant palette with its deep hues and contrasting textures, is perfect for warming up the chilly winter day. Accentuate the look with storm lanterns or taper candles in glass holders to add a romantic touch.

Festive Foliage

We love adding texture to our arrangements by making use of winter foliage, branches and berries. This snowy white bouquet is the perfect epitome of the winter season. Made up of luscious green Christmas foliage and ivory white freesia, the arrangement also offers a pop of colour with forest green ribbon and a sprinkling of pinecones. The best bit? The spray roses represent romantic love.

Rust Married

Hues of terracotta, copper and burnt orange have become increasingly popular already in 2023 with autumn weddings – and the trend is showing no signs of stopping for winter! From pops of rustic colour in bouquets to colourful bud vases, this theme is easily achieved when you remember less is more. Instead of opting for boatloads of colour, focus on a staple of traditional winter greenery like eucalyptus and ivy. Then pick 2-3 shades of contrasting orange to sprinkle through.

The winter season is full of magic – which means weddings this season always offer an extra sparkle. At Fall Into Flowers, we love experimenting with seasonal blooms and taking inspiration from winter wedding trends. Enquire now and get your dream wedding flowers for your winter wedding.

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