Winter weddings mean winter wedding flowers, and this crisp, cool season lends itself to beautiful blooms, many of which you can find in chic winter white or often reds and oranges for a more festive feel. So, what type of blooms might you be able to pick for your winter wonderland of a wedding? For one, the carnation, a flower that may just have been brought back to the forefront of brides’ minds by Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw, creates a beautiful, light and almost fluffy effect. Anemones make for sophisticated and elegant bouquets with their black centers, boldly off-setting the petals, amaryllis bring a romantic feel and can create an impact with fewer stems, while sweetpeas and tulips each make for very sweet and girly bouquet flowers. Love roses but not the price? Opt for ranunculus in a range of colors, or create a bouquet of the merry Christmas-time fave poinsettia in holiday red or more chic white. With each of these flowers making their appearance in the winter months, they can bring a dash of beauty and the season in to any wedding bouquet.