Winter: Flowers by Season & Colour Infographic

Deep black dahlias, vibrant yellow mimosas, flirtatious white mistletoe, and rich red rannuculi – you’ll be surprised by how much choice you have for your winter wedding flowers. Use our colour-led infographic to help you decide which home-grown florals might make your wedding flower shortlist.

The flowers listed on each petal are grown in the UK during winter, or are readily available from a florist

1000 WINTER FLOWERS Wedding Flowers by Season. via Gay Wedding Guide - Winter: Flowers by Season & Colour Infographic - Gay Wedding Guide

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