December is becoming an increasingly popular month to tie the knot. If you’re planning a winter wedding, take a look below at our selection of bouquets to discover the latest trends and seasonal guide to winter wedding flowers.

For me, December is by far the most romantic month to marry. Make the most of the darker evenings with twinkling candles or fairy lights, welcome your guests with mulled wine, cider or even delicious hot chocolate and warm your guests with a cosy pashmina or blanket. Winter weddings are intimate, cozy atmosphere, so that’s something to think about if you’re having a smaller wedding. For the flowers, there is so much natural beauty in your surrounding, so experiment with seasonal textures, colours and styles to create unique designs for your wedding flowers.

View below to view 10 Recipes for December Bridal Bouquets: 

Photo by Aleksieok

Recipe: Anemones White, Ranunculus Elegance White, Ranunculus Elegance Red

Image Courtesy of Feather and Twine Photography

RecipeConifer Green, Eucalyptus Baby Blue, Lysimachia Elisabeth (alternative Veronica Caya), Tulips White 

Source: Rock My Wedding

Recipe: Waxflower White, Ranunculus Elegance White, Hellebores, Alstroemeria Paxi, Eucalyptus, Olive Branches, Eucalyptus Baby Blue. 

Sourced: Pinterest 

Recipe: Anemones White, Ranunculus White, Dusty Miller, Brunia Silver, Tulips White

Photo by Amy Breeze

Recipe: Scabious Stellata, Rose Burgundy, Astilbe Paul Gaarder, Eucalyptus Mix, Rose Menta, Ranunculus Salmon (replacement for Peonies), Viburnum De Inge (replacement Pepper Berries)

Image:  Christina Louise Photography

Recipe: Conifer Green, Eucalyptus Populus with Berries, Freesia, Rose Menta, Pine Cones and Bauble Picks

Image: Love My Dress

Recipe: Veronica Caya, Eryngium Thistle Aquarius Questar, Asparagus Fern, Eucalyptus Baby Blue, Soft Ruscus, Hypercium Bamboo, Rose White 

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Image: A Practical Wedding  via Curious Fair

Recipe: Pheasant Feathers, Pine Cone Picks, Dried Wheat, Dried Poppy Heads, Dried Phalaris 

Gypsophila Bouquets - M&J Photography | Elegant London Wedding | White & Greenery Florals
Source: Pinterest 

Recipe: Gypsophila, Satin Ribbon and Pearl Headed Pins 

Amaryllis Bridal Bouquet
Source: Fifty Flowers

Recipe: Amaryllis White & Freesia White (scented) 

If you planning a winter wedding, I do hope this blog has inspired you with design and flower varieties that you have available at this time of year. For more tips, visit our website for flower guides, an quote system to help with your budget and availability of flowers and also, theme suggestions.


Thank you for reading


Triangle Nursery team


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1 Comment

  1. These are really nice, but surely one or two traditional bouquets would be nice to see. To be honest I hate these hand held things, they look so lumpy!

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