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Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color

Lisa Waddington 24 Jun 2022
Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color featured image wedding couple with white flower bouquet in the snowy trees

Dreaming of a wintery, wondrous wedding? Picture falling snow, a roaring fire, and stunning winter wedding flowers that capture the season's magic! Not only is it a romantic time to tie the knot, but it can also be more budget-friendly, with vendors offering off-season discounts.

From classic reds and shimmering whites to icy blues and bold greens, the combinations of flowers and colors are endless for winter weddings. Get inspired with these color schemes, complete with the winter wedding flowers that will bring these color palettes to life!

white winter wedding flower inspiration

1.) 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 flowers or mix it up and add visual interest with different shades of white.

Winter wedding arrangements may also consist of cream or ivory flowers, with anemones and roses being popular choices for winter themes. These winter wedding flowers can stand independently or combine with other blooms to create show-stopping bouquets and arrangements.

White Winter Wedding Flowers:

FiftyFlowers cranberry colored arrangment Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color

2.) Christmas Cranberry

Keep a traditional Christmas feel with a classic cranberry color. Incorporate this pop of 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 cherry color brings joy and love to your big day! Paired with the perfect touches of greenery, cranberry is a cozy shade for winter wedding flowers.

Red Winter Wedding Flowers

Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color Winter wedding cake with jewel tone flowers and sparkles

3.) Festive Jewel Tones

Consider using a jewel-toned color scheme if you're looking for a bright, bold color palette. We're seeing deep colors like rich emerald greenyellow topazfuchsia, and ruby red making a statement in current weddings. These hues can create eye-catching arrangements for an alluring winter wedding. Plus, what's more cozy than an array of warm jewel tones. 

Jewel-Toned Flowers

Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color silver

4.) Icy Blue and Silver

Capture the glistening effect of icicles and snow with shades of blue and silver. These shades can either add subtle coloring to a bouquet or arrangement. They also create a sleek and modern feel to mirror the cool chill of winter.

Blue Winter Wedding Flowers

Silver Winter Wedding Flowers

 Winter wedding detail shot with seeded eucalyptus and greenery Winter Wedding Flowers in Every Color

5.) Holiday Greens

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 are another simple, easy decor idea that can easily dress up your tablescape. Plus, the right combination of greenery can create a stunning backdrop for the rest of your winter wedding flowers to stand out against.

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.

If you want to incorporate pine, wreaths, or garlands, check out our tips

Winter Greenery

Holiday Bouquet Inspirations

We've rounded up some winter wedding bouquet inspirations. Try them out! Make sure to tag @fiftyflowers so we can see your creations. 

Bold Winter Greenery

Try combining fresh greens, vines, and lilies for an array of rich greenery. The arrangement would truly be a show-stopper and is a great fit for a down-to-earth winter wedding affair.

Pinecone Bouquet for a Winter Wedding

A winter wedding bouquet is only complete with festive greenery like Leyland cedar. This idea for a gorgeous bouquet is made up of white roses, red hypericum berries, and greenery. Adding a few pinecones to your bouquet is a great way to add texture and dimension while keeping your theme consistent.

Berry Winter Wedding Flower Bouquet

These types flowers would be beautiful any time of the year but are especially perfect in the winter season. The natural elements, like berries, keep the bouquet grounded, while the stunning and contrasting pops of berry pink and rich wine elevate it to a chic level. To create this look, try some hanging amaranthus, seeded eucalyptus, pastel-colored roses, and burgundy flowers.

Red and Wintery Bridal Bouquet

You can't go wrong with a red and white rose bouquet between Christmas and Valentine's Day!  Add berries and seeded eucalyptus to make winter wedding flowers extra festive. This array of flowers would be classic for a Christmas Eve wedding or warm and cozy for a chilly January wedding day. 

Winter Greens Arrangement

Winter greens, veronica, and a couple of stems of roses create a modern bouquet ready for a snow day. For the chic and minimalistic bride, winter greenery steals the show, while sprinkles of white flowers complete the winter look.

Happy arranging and happy holidays! Stay warm out there. Good luck creating a dreamy winter wonderland of your own. We know you'll create something beautiful.

Want to create your own winter bouquet? FiftyFlowers can bring your vision to life! We are the leading distributor of wholesale flowers. Schedule a consultation and our in-house floral experts will help you find the perfect winter wedding flowers at the best possible prices.

Updated by Julia Thompson 12/21/2022

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Photo 1 - Creative Director and Decor: Ira and Lucy, Tabletop Rentals: A Fine Fete, Chair Rentals: Blush Creek Speciality Rentals, Linen Rentals: La Tavola Fine Linen, Photography: Danica Shea Photo, Videography: Jones Co Creative, Floral Supplier: FiftyFlowers, Floral Designer: Just So. Event Floral, Publication: Rocky Mountain Bride, Venue: Scandia Inn

Photo 3 - Photography: Lauren Rae Photography, Event Design & Production: The Perfect Palette, Floral Design: Stems Atlanta, Florals Sourced from: FiftyFlowersVenue: Laundry Events, Wedding Dresses: Demetrios, Tabletop Rentals: The Prissy Plate Company, Cake: Cake Envy, Hair and Makeup: B. Young Beauty Studio, Hair Accessories: Erica Elizabeth Pretty Things and Be Something New, Stationary: Wildeflower Paper Co, Models: Brooks Sullivan, Shaw Rowe, @s.ydne.y, Day of Assistant: @amcoordination

Photo 5 - Photography: Lauren Rae Photography, Event Design & Production: The Perfect Palette, Floral Design: Stems Atlanta, Florals Sourced from: FiftyFlowers, Wedding Dresses: Maggie Sottero Designs, Hair and Makeup: B. Young Beauty Studio, Tabletop Rentals: The Prissy Plate Company, Stationary: Minted, Venue: Tatum Acres, Ring Box: Surprise Box, Models: Tinsley Mackaul and Madeleine Souza

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