We're getting married in winter, so we want our flowers to be wintry, but not Christmassy. How do we achieve this look?
There's something so special about a winter wedding, and it doesn't have to be Christmassy! Winter is all about capturing the textures of the season. A perfect way to do this is by bringing foliage to the forefront. I love mixing different textures and forms such as brunia, senecio and populus to create interest and drama within a floral design.
The bouquets pictured pair silver-grey foliage with a warm yet neutral toned rose for an elegant and enchanting look. At the same time, don't shy away from using red tones – try a deep burgundy palette alongside a muted cappuccino rose for a cosy winter feel. Everyone has their own style, so don't be afraid to show yours off. Your florist is there to capture your individuality and bring your vision to life.
April Bell | Monica F Hewitt Florist | www.monicafhewitt.co.uk