All-white florals for a winter wedding create modern style and understated elegance.

A white winter wedding is a classic tale, and although it may be considered minimalist by some, it can be truly overflowing with style and character. You can feel the magical atmosphere of a winter’s morning—the bride looking out the window to see a scattering of fresh snow that has fallen in her honor.

‘Leonora’ (Auswagsy) is the leading lady in the bridal bouquet (opposite page, bottom left). Her pearl and ivory petals complement the scene outside, providing a quiet, understated elegance while filling the room with a fresh scent of citrus. Backlit with the natural winter light, the imposing urn of ‘Patience’ (Auspastor) and ‘Leonora’ roses welcomes guests in from the cold as they gather for the wedding ceremony (opposite page, bottom right).

Of course, nature’s light can also be augmented with the beauty of candlelight, adding further magic as the wedding
moves from day into night and the evening celebrations commence. At each place setting, a single ‘Purity’ (Ausoblige) bloom tops a personal gift, the soft candlelight accentuating the blush petals as ‘Purity’ opens to reveal her full beauty.

A white winter wedding has an ethereal quality that radiates light, simplicity and an extraordinary sense of tranquillity, and it offers an opportunity for future bridal couples to experience the magic of a winter wedding and to set the scene for a beautiful “winter’s tale” to unfold.

David Austin Wedding Roses are available throughout the year, including the
fall and winter months.
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