Did you know that February is one of the quietest months for weddings? We can’t really fathom why – look at this spectacular example set by Laura and Michael. Embrace the last month of winter and just let your imagination go wild.


February wedding


Laura’s vision was a joy – she wanted to be inspired by the season and was delighted to incorporate textures and natural elements. We wanted to create something that thoughtfully built on the couple’s visions while making the most of the features at The Cow Shed. 



Our mission was to add warmth and drama with a playful, whimsical edge. We wanted to help take their guests on a journey so that every time they entered a new space or transitioned between areas, a floral feature was revealed to feel like it was almost part of the venue itself.


February wedding


In terms of colour, we landed on the most beautiful palette of nudes, rusts, toffee, salmon pinks, terracotta, heady burgundy, chocolate hues, rich greens, and delicate creams


February wedding

February wedding


Fresh foliage and florals were mixed with dried texture details for added depth. Laura was also happy to embrace our love of sticks & branches.


February wedding


One of the most standout pieces was the creation of a tree sculpture which became a living seating plan – made from moss, potted plants, and cut branches. This design took on a life of its own and created a real wow moment. We are so grateful that Laura trusted us to bring this concept to life.  



If you’re considering a winter wedding, remember there are a more than a few fabulous benefits:

You’re more likely to be able to get your ‘A Team’ of suppliers because everyone has a slightly quieter diary 
You open your wardrobe choices to include sleeves, capes, and black tie!
Glorious moody wedding photography with beautiful evening shots 
So much more twinkle with darker days and nights, oh the romance.


February wedding


We could go on and on… but take it from us we adore weddings in December, January, and February. Reach out to us today, and we’d happily show you all our recent winter creations.





Venue – The Cow Shed 

Photographer Willow and Wilde

Styling, floristry and OTD stationery Gloam

Catering – Wild Rover Food

Tables and chairs Virginia’s Vintage Hire

Lighting – Steve Page Lighting

Artist/ on the day painting – Paint my Love Story – Cheryl Morrice