In the bleak midwinter...the bride and her bouquet were looking fierce.
There are so many great options for the colder months when it comes to your wedding florals, even if that means no florals at all.
Here's what we're loving for this season!
This gorgeous arrangement by Peony N' Pearl is full of dusty pinks, peaches and cool coloured foliage, with David Austin roses, mini white orchids and seasonal fruit.
This rich and luxurious winter bouquet is brought together with silver eucalyptus ,mentha and velvet grand prix roses contrasted with scabiosa seed pods and elderberries, by the talented Fairleys Bespoke Floristry.
This refreshing bouquet was created by Jennifer Pinder, using thistles, grey foliage and white waxflower with muted purples and dusty pinks.
Who knew cotton would look so cool in a bouquet? Looks so snowy and fluffy, with white roses and earth foliage. Expertly put together by Maison De La Croix.
How about just bold, green foliage to cheer up a gloomy month? Such a luscious, wild bouquet of fern and berried foliage. Put together by the incredible Type A Society.
This black winter bouquet is seriously chic, using anemones and deep purple orchids, from The Flower Cannon.
Loving this bouquet by Flower Power, with pine branches making it like carrying an awesome little Christmas tree down the aisle.
A perfect silvery bouquet of artemesia, silver brunia, blue hhistle, rananculus, baby's breath, and stock.