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When planning a winter wedding, keeping practical and maintaining the style you want may seem like an impossible task, especially with the unpredictable nature of the weather. With potential rain, gale force winds and hail storms, being a January bride poses more complications than a summer bride, but it’s not impossible to still enjoy your wedding day whatever the weather. We’ve brought together some design tips to help aid your own winter ideas for your January wedding day.




Although getting the ‘January Blues’ is a common phrase thrown around at this time of the year, we think you should embrace the old stereotype and break the winter slump. After all, it’s your wedding day and being a winter bride has it’s own beautiful quirks. These 10 Biodegradable Delphinium Confetti Bags are a must, with flecks of periwinkle and cream confetti to suit your winter wedding. As a bride, they also make a beautiful compliment to your wedding dress if you choose a traditional white colour.Ten little organza bags of natural mixed petal confetti can be purchased with a pretty wicker basket ready for the church. Each organza bag is filled with a small handful of natural petals enough for a guest to use as confetti or for covering a table of six to eight. This is a truly beautiful product which we have sourced from an English grower which is always a plus.


In keeping with the winter spirit of the season & the ceremony, gypsophila is a beautiful addition to a wedding bouquet or table centrepiece. The delicate aesthetic of the flowers echoes snow flakes on a frosty winter’s day, which is why we think they go hand in hand with a winter bride. Designed by our wonderful florists here at The Flower Studio, you can’t go wrong with our Desire * Cupid’s White Rose Posy. This simple and beautiful bouquet is comprised of a white rose and gyp posy. Each and every one of our bouquets is bespoke and truly unique, individually hand-made by our florist team just for you on your wedding day.



 Our final tip if you’re planning your wedding as a January bride is to find a cake that is nothing less than an unforgettable wintry statement. Two designs we’re loving for a winter themed wedding is an all white iced cake and a naked cake with subtle white decoration and frosting. Incorporating edible sugar iced fruit is an easy, tasty way to bring your winter aesthetic together for your wedding, beaming with frosty overtones. However an all white, iced cake with decorative pine cones certainly would fit at your January wedding, making for an unforgettable wedding cake (just don’t eat the pinecones!).
Confetti & Wedding bouquet can be found on our website.


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