It’s January, a time for new beginnings, detoxing and probably by now, broken New Years Resolutions… but it is also a wonderful time of year to get married. Why is January a good month for a wedding? Well for starters, your suppliers are more likely to offer discounts – check out our January Sale Offers. Plus, you could be lucky with a beautifully crisp Winters day and maybe a flurry of snow.
When choosing your Wedding Flowers, it can be much more cost effective to focus on the flowers that are ‘in season’, as well as it being a lovely reflection of the time of year you are getting married. So today I am sharing some gorgeous January blooms. Mix and match, or focus on just one key look, your florist will be able to assist you with creating a design that is in keeping with your wedding theme. Wedding Flowers in season for January are: Tulips Anemone Narcissus Paper Whites Daffodils Ranunculus Muscari Amaryllis Chamaelaucium (Wax Flower) Helleborus (Christmas Rose) Hyacinths
TOP TIP: Emma Newman, Owner of Signature Flowers by Emma Newman, based in Quainton, Buckinghamshire said: “Make the most of planted seasonal bulbs for table centres, that will then double up as favours, and flower in your guest’s gardens next year!”. Next month we are looking at February flowers, for the perfect romantic Valentine’s Day Wedding! Click here for more top tips on choosing your Wedding Flowers.