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Q – We’re having a Christmas wedding and want to incorporate some festive cheer into our flowers. Do you have any suggestions?
"There are lots of colour combinations available at this time of year, such as traditional reds, greens, whites, metallics golds, silvers and colourful pinks, purples and blues. Wine red is a popular shade for a classic Christmas wedding. Partnered with ivory rose, gypsophila, berries, pine and a mixture of greenery, you can create a natural and elegant bouquet. Add a touch of gold and champagne to your venue’s lights, centrepieces, table runners or display pedestals to create a cosy and merry atmosphere.
"White tends to be romantic, and by using a variety of flowers, you can create the texture you desire. Look for white roses, anemones and astilbes, gypsophila, seeded eucalyptus and a light blue astrantia spray or forget me nots to complement the bridal bouquet.
"If you’re looking for a more trendy theme, opt for a combination of red, mauve and blush-toned roses, peonies and dahlias. Alternatively, look for blush pink and ivory flora, silver frosted foliage and finish with rose gold ribbons to accentuate the shade of your bouquet. You can
also incorporate rose gold into your bows on the chairs, napkins and cake decorations.
"By choosing the best quality artificial flowers, you avoid the issue of seasonal availability. They create beautiful keepsakes, avoid any allergy issues, but most importantly, you can keep them as a lovely keepsake."
Artificial wedding florist