Dreaming of a wintery, wondrous wedding? Picture falling snow, a roaring fire and stunning winter wedding flowers that capture the magic of the season!
Not only is it a romantic time to tie the knot, it can also be more budget-friendly, with vendors offering off-season discounts — especially on flowers!
From classic reds and shimmering whites to frosty blues and unexpected pinks, the combinations of flowers and colors are endless for winter weddings. Get inspired with these color schemes, complete with the wedding flowers that will bring the colors to life!
Pure Winter White
Mirror the season’s winter white landscape with a wedding filled with all-white decor. You can stick with a solitary shade of white, or mix it up and add visual interest with different shades of white.
Winter wedding flower arrangements may also consist of cream flowers, anemones and roses being a popular choice for winter themes. These winter wedding flowers can stand on their own, or be combined to create show-stopping bouquets and arrangements.
White Winter Wedding Flowers
Keep a traditional Christmas feel with a classic cranberry color. Incorporate this pop color into your floral arrangements using fun textures and accents like fresh berries or statement blooms. Not only do these Christmas wedding flowers encompass the spirit of the season, but their bright and cherry color brings joy and love to your big day!
Red Winter Wedding Flowers
Festive Jewel Tones
If you’re looking for a bright and bold color palette than consider using a jewel-toned color scheme. Use colors like rich emerald green, yellow topaz, magenta and ruby red to create eye-catching arrangements. The combination of flowers are endless when it comes to creating an alluring winter wedding.
- burgundy wine ranunculus
- brassy yellow spider mum
- magenta purple pom pom
- midnight violet purple dendrobium orchid
Icy Blue and Silver
Capture the glistening effect of the sun bouncing off snow with tones of blues and silvers. These shade can either add subtle coloring to a bouquet or arrangement, or they can allow for a sleek and modern feel to capture the cool chill of winter.
Blue Winter Wedding Flowers
Some of the best flowers for winter weddings aren’t technically flowers at all, but, instead, rich, elegant greenery. Greenery adds the perfect holiday touch to winter weddings.
For a simple and easy decor idea, use festive garlands to decorate your ceremony arch or an olive branch wreath to display on a door to greet your guests. Greenery garnished napkins is another simple and easy decor idea that can easily dress up your tablescape.
You can keep the look of your greens traditional, or make your look contemporary by pairing the greens with modern accents like metals, glass or wrought-iron decor.
25 Wedding Winter Flowers!
Get inspired with these 25 winter wedding flowers real brides used as they walked down their wintry aisle into happily-ever-after!
1. Creamy Blush Bridal Bouquet
This blush white bouquet is filled with lots of gorgeous flowers such as sahara roses, clematis, pieris japonica, tweedia, white anemones and ranunculus. The black privet berries provide a striking contrast against the softer flowers.
2. Purpleberry-Infused Bouquet
Don’t be afraid to try unexpected colors! The shades of lavender and berry, along with the cascade of pepper berries are just perfection!
3. Pure Peonies
This bouquet of white peonies, dusty miller and silver brunia is breathtaking.
4. Bold Greenery
This one does an exquisite job of combining fresh greens, vines and lilies for a rich green bouquet that is truly a show-stopper!
5. Whimsical Pink Winter Wedding Flowers
Pastels can be used in the winter months too! Pinky lavender roses and antique hydrangeas give an antique feel to this beautiful bouquet.
6. Amaryllis Winter Bouquet
You can’t have a winter bouquet list without some amaryllis and this one is from one of our DIY Brides! Stunning white amaryllis and white freesia make for gorgeous winter wedding flowers.
7. Classic and Romantic Winter Bouquet
This bouquet takes traditional Christmas colors and elevates them with deeper and richer shades. The addition of rose hips and privet berries added the perfect amount of texture and depth!
8. White and Silver Bridal Bouquet
Silver brunia balls and silvery gray dusty miller warm up a white bouquet, making them the perfect choice for a winter wedding
9. Dark Red Winter Wedding Bouquet
Dark red, ruffled garden roses and safari sunset add such rich color, while the fresh greens and white wax flower provides a nice contrast. And once again privet berries make an appearance.
10. Textured Winter Bouquet
This bouquet features winter wedding flowers like silver brunia, berries, fresh greenery and thistle. And the soft white ranunculus is the perfect complement to it all.
11. Pinecone Bouquet for a Winter Wedding
A winter wedding bouquet isn’t complete without festive greenery like leyland cedar. This gorgeous bouquet is made up of white roses, green hypericum berries, and pinecones. Adding a few pinecones to your bouquet is a great way to add texture and dimension while keeping your theme consistent!
12. Bridal Bouquet with Rich Color and Texture
Although this bouquet belongs to a fall wedding, a color palette like this could perfectly fit in the Winter months as well. Filled with festive amaryllis, romantic roses, feathery soft astilbe, rose hips, snowberries, and once again… privet berries!
13. Pops of Berry Bouquet
This bouquet would be beautiful any time of the year but it’s especially perfect in the winter season. The natural element keeps the bouquet grounded, while the stunning and contrasting pops of berry pink and rich wine elevate it to a chic level.
14. Red Berry Winter Bridal Bouquet
Hypericum berries and roses make for a magical pairing in the winter months and the addition of thistle and sage completed the look.
15. Wintery Bridal Bouquet
Between Christmas and Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong with a red and white bouquet plus, adding berries makes any bouquet instantly festive!
16. Red Ranunculus and Greenery Bouquet
Keep your winter bouquet simple by pairing true red ranunculus with a mixture of eucalyptus greenery!
17. Gold Cedar Bouquet
This bouquet is made up of white peonies, ranunculus, spray roses and creamy roses. The gold tinted cedar really glams up this bouquet and adds a gorgeous golden glimmer.
18. Gold Astilbe Bouquet
More gold accents… this time glittering gold astilbe adds softness to burgundy black dahlias and blackberries.
19. Deep Burgundy Bouquet
The deep burgundy peonies are just divine and are sure to be an elegant addition to your winter wedding.
20. Soft Winter Blues
Soft wintery blues against a snowy backdrop is whimsical and wonderful.
21. Lavender and Berry Winter Bridal Bouquet
Don’t be afraid to try unexpected colors! The shades of lavender and berry, along with the cascade of Pepper Berries pair effortlessly.
22. Rich and Romantic Bridal Bouquet
You don’t have to stick with a traditional red and white color palette for a winter wedding. Rich and romantic jewel tones are elegant and timeless. This bouquet features hydrangeas, thistle, roses, berries and more.
23. Amaryllis Bouquet
Keep it simple by using one type of flower for in your bouquet like amaryllis. This white amaryllis bouquet is elegant, classic and simple!
24. Red and Pink Winter Wedding Flowers
Combine pops of pink with velvet red to create a romantic yet festive bouquet. This bouquet has a mixture of ranunculus, garden roses and sweet lilac.
25. Winter Greens Bouquet
Winter greens, veronica and a couple of stems of roses create a modern bouquet that’s ready for a snow day.
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