(PRWEB UK) 1 January 2015
This winter, London florist and innovator in floral art Todich Floral Design puts on a dazzling display of winter wedding and decorating theme ideas, with their original bouquet designs and winter wedding flowers, winter wonderland wedding centrepieces, and trend setting themes for the 2014-2015 wedding season. For current clients and brides-to-be Todich Floral Design has broken down the winter season into the Top 10 Winter Wedding Trends:
1. Flamboyant flash and contrasts. There are many opportunities to imbue some of the loud and luxurious of winter into a classy, eye-catching wedding. Keep the venue balanced with what’s refined and a touch of the exotic, adding crystals and rhinestones on tables, pearls, candles and tiered contemporary glass table centrepieces, as well as some of the brightest, lavish blossoms in winter wedding flowers.
2. Vintage wedding theme trends for 2015. Popular in all seasons but particularly in winter, when guests step inside the venue and are transported to another era; lighter winter palettes go perfectly with delicate lace on tables and as hair accessories, opalescent pearls, feathers and, when it comes to wedding dress design, think ruffles and long trains for gowns.
3. Back to Traditional. A style that never goes out of style, elegance that speaks quietly, but the bride and groom and all who are in attendance can appreciate for its intimate and simple beauty. Moderate sized wedding bouquets, lush roses and peonies and gerberas, with bright green foliage, make the ideal centrepiece. Glass vases, ornate chandeliers (but subdued colour-wise) and candles create an overarching sense of warmth and high class.
4. Bridesmaid trends for 2015. This winter is trending some beautiful contrasts and smooth palettes between bridesmaid dresses and bouquets. Contrasts in bridesmaid dresses can be achieved through lights and darks, of course. For example: dark blue and citrus bouquets or white with magenta and lighter dyed pink roses.
5. Winter wedding flowers. Winter bouquets themselves can be mixed and muted, combining pale pink long stemmed roses, peach peonies, golden wheat and Queen Anne’s lace. These designs are great for cool, pristine, elevated beauty in January and February. Earlier in the season, in December, warmer and robust bouquets—bright red roses, white tulips and anthuriums—are also popular this year.
6. Rustic wedding décor trends for 2015. These weddings are reminiscent of the countryside and bucolic beauty, wonder of nature. Sunflowers, hyacinths, richly green ivy and long stems on flower bouquets help to achieve this “refined with rough edge” look.
7. Wedding invitations that say winter. When it comes to wedding invitations many couples opt for neat calligraphy, simple contrasts and light palettes (lavender, powder blue, beige and tan) for a look that remains demure, yet is also enticing. Snowflake and blue or silver floral envelope liners, and crisp typography are great for winter themed weddings. Ornately styled calligraphy can also create lovely contrasts with the geometry of invitation design.
8. Complement the Winter Season. It is absolutely possible to make a winter wonderland wedding on a budget. Other winter wonderland wedding ideas UK couples are following this season focus on conceptually simple but sexy centerpieces—white lace, bright candlelight displays, and red rose profusion.
9. Intimate wedding decorations. Place settings are a great opportunity to build a sense of warmth and intimacy between guests as they celebrate the bride and grooms’ special day. Flowers at the table—calla lilies, roses, tulips—and silk or satin bows (warm textured fabrics) create a closeness and sense of luxuriant delight.
10. Wedding trends 2015 color that exudes wonder, joy, delight. White and lighter, delicate colours evoke the sense and wonder of winter. Pastels peach, light mint, lavender and power blue are light accents for bouquets, wedding gowns and bridesmaid attire alike.