Wedding Planning

The Top 10 Seasonal Winter Wedding Flowers

The Top 10 Seasonal Winter Wedding Flowers

Finding winter wedding flowers can seem like a more difficult task, but fear not— we’ve put together 10 of our favorite bouquets, arrangements and boutonnieres that use their fair share of seasonal cold weather blooms.

 

Red Roses and Pine Cones

 

Red Roses and Pine Cones

 

Keeping it classic is never a bad idea and this dramatic red rose bouquet is the epitome of winter chic. The pine cones keep it from being too prim (so it’s perfect for a rustic barn wedding!) and the berry sprigs add a festive flair.

 

Chocolate Orchid Chic

 

Chocolate Orchid Chic

 

Orchids bloom best in the cold months and make for a stunning bouquet. While the bright purple and pink varieties may seem a little too summery, these milk chocolate orchids are a luxe wintry option for your upscale bash.

 

Holly Berry Boutonniere

 

Holly Berry Boutonniere

 

If you’re dreaming of a Christmas wedding, we suggest punching up the color with some bright red holly berries in your men’s boutonnieres. They’re festive and fun for a snowy wedding day.

 

Paperwhite Pretties

 

Paperwhite Pretties

 

Go for an all white everything vibe with these simple and elegant paperwhite bouquets for you and your bridesmaids. The crisp, snowy hue lends itself perfectly to a cold-weather soiree.

 

Lovely Lemon Leaf

 

Lovely Lemon Leaf

 

We love the undone, natural arrangement of these winter flowers. The lemon leaf takes center stage, all wild and free, creating a great bouquet ideal for the boho bride.

 

Heavenly Hanging Amaranthus

 

Heavenly Hanging Amaranthus

 

For an unexpected twist on the traditional floral table arrangement, try hanging your blooms from low lighting fixtures instead. These hanging amaranth details are definitely dramatic and eye-catching.

 

Cedar Leaf Headpiece

 

Cedar Leaf Headpiece

 

Flower crowns aren’t just for summer brides! How gorgeous is this juniper berry and cedar leaf headpiece? It would look so lovely with a faux fur wrap and swipe of red lipstick for your winter wedding portraits.

 

Lush Evergreen

 

Lush Evergreen

 

This lush arrangement would work as a bouquet or table centerpiece. The contrasting green hues paired with the bright white and pops of red is festive without being overdone.

 

Deconstructed Amaryllis

 

Deconstructed Amaryllis

 

Deconstructed and deceptively simple, this amaryllis bouquet is perfect for the modern bride looking for seasonal winter wedding flowers. The poppy bright red is perfect for a Valentine’s Day affair that’ll make everyone’s hearts flutter.

 

Cold Weather Calla Lily

 

Cold Weather Calla Lily

 

Calla lilies bloom from November through May, so they are a great choice for the winter bride, no matter what month you’re tying the knot! This is a soft, but stately arrangement that would look so pretty with a lace wedding dress.