February Wedding Flowers | Vibrant Winter Flowers

By the time February rolls around, many of us are just aching for some color! If you dream of bright, bold, cheerful flowers but you’re tying the knot during late winter (February and March), Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers (a Snippet & Ink Select vendor!) has some inspiration for you. Lovely photos by Kate Osborne.

Sarah Winward, Kate Osborne | Snippet & InkSarah Winward, Kate Osborne | Snippet & Ink

Says Sarah: “For the bride that just can seem to submit to wintry colors, poppies and citrus fruit are in season in the late winter. They are just the dose of bright that you need in the late winter months.”

Sarah Winward, Kate Osborne | Snippet & Ink

For the adventurous February or March bride: Poppies, Kumquats, Tulips, Jasmine Vine, Blooming Quince, Anemone, Spray Roses, Nerine, Ranunculus.

Sarah Winward, Kate Osborne | Snippet & Ink

See more seasonal wedding flowers right here.


Honey of a Thousand Flowers is a Snippet & Ink Select vendor.


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