Fierceblooms Makes A Winter Bridal Bouquet with Poinsettia

Fierceblooms Makes A Winter Bridal Bouquet with Poinsettia

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WORDS: Kathryn Cronin PHOTOS: Ricky Bache
Nothing says Winter wedding quite like a winter bridal bouquet made using poinsettia. In a design nod to Christmas, branches of larch foraged from the canal were included which together with British grown eucalyptus foliage gave the winter bridal bouquet movement and contrast to the snow white heads of the poinsettia.

The design includes a circular felt and wool collar that frames the poinsettia heads for this white winter bridal bouquet.

Poinsettia is a wee bit tricky to condition with each stem needing to be seared individually. Done correctly though, the winter bridal bouquet will last well when being carried by the bride for her winter wedding.

Nothing says Winter wedding quite like a winter bridal bouquet made using poinsettia.

Other wedding flower ideas for this slightly more contemporary but still very British winter wedding design are to include table wreaths with pine, poinsettia and eucalyptus lit with white candles to line the dark winter tables with warm glowing light. Larch branches can be hung against walls and from ceilings with poinsettia filled glass test tubes wrapped in the same white felt as the bridal bouquet collar. Using the same core elements in other key design pieces is how this winter wedding design with a poinsettia winter bridal bouquet can look effortlessly sophisticated.

Read more from Fierceblooms on the floristry blog. If your are looking for additional inspiration for your wedding, browse further in-depth wedding flowers ideas including winter wedding buttonholes for the boys.

Also on the site, there are loads more articles about my canalside cutting garden and a page detailing my fierce flower classes and tutelage for you to enrol on a learn to make bouquets like this.

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