Winter Floral Design Portfolio

For Sustenance When Jack Frost Is Nipping At Your Toes
Although the day length is shorter and nature defines that her flowers are smaller, it is the exquisite scent of those delicate winter blooms that define this seasonal moment.

Bare architectural branches and delicate scented paper white narcissi are mingled magically with the first snow drops and Christmas roses. Of course this is the festive season when the holly and the ivy are both full grown. Both are quite the most beautiful foliage to incorporate into your wild garden style winter event.

Romantic, artisan natural designs that are authentic to their surroundings and are very British - this is how I like to 'do the flowers' as my floral heroine Constance Spry would say.

This aesthetic, which I call wild garden style, reflects my floral design philosophy.

Below are images highlighting some of my wild garden style floral designs for winter.

My style is evolving and changing as I continue to learn - just like the seasons. I would love to hear your views on my winter floral design portfolio or you can check out my spring floral design portfolio.

British flowers are key to my wild garden style floral design for both aesthetic and environmental reasons.


About Fierceblooms

more about Me

Iam an artisan florist growing British flowers with a design studio and cutting garden nestled beside a historic canal in rural Cheshire.

If sustainability is important to you, if it matters that your flowers are as lovely to the environment as they are to look at, then I am a kindred spirit.

Get in touch to discuss your wedding or event. You can also be inspired and learn what informs my original designs by attending one of my flower classes . Update - 2020 FTF classes in our local village hall have been cancelled due to Covid, but get in touch with me regarding live on-line 1-2-1s.