If my instincts are spot on, then you are going to be seeing a huge spike in floral designs that do not include Ecuadorian roses. The vibe for winter wedding and social events is going to be "hand-cut" from the garden. Therefore, English and garden roses will be in use. But let's look at the real key ingredient: seeded eucalyptus. It's silvery sheen and bush-like drape gives incredible base, color, and texture to any flower arrangement. Of course, you could also incorporate silver dollar eucalyptus as well or in lieu of the seeded variety. When it comes to the flowers, be on the lookout for romantic style: Ranunculus. Peonies. Parrot tulips. Garden roses. Expect to see looks that are less manicured and more artisan-inspired. Don't be afraid to experiment with color and texture. Explore your options. Talk to florists and get their opinion. Ultimately, you are in charge, and it is important that you get what you want. Lifestyle and event guru, Colin Cowie, has terrific advice for brides. "Incorporate the flowers that you love." Any upcoming brides out there still deciding on flowers? Have questions? Need advice? Maybe you have tips to share of your own. Let's hear all about it!