Winter Wedding Flower Ideas

Find ideas and inspiration for a winter wedding with these fabulous floral designs.

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

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Photo By: Emily Ann Hughes Photography

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Photo By: Ash Carr

Photo By: Emily Ann Hughes Photography

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Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Photo By: Ash Carr

Photo By: Don Mears Photography

Gold, Cream and Pink Winter Wedding Florals

Think outside the box for winter wedding florals, says planner Liz Singleton, of Events by Elizabeth Palmer. "Winter doesn't automatically mean silver, red and white. Creams and pinks with the lambs ear made the arrangement perfect for winter, giving it quite a bit of texture along with a more soft and romantic look. Gold is a fun metallic to pair with winter arrangements because typically, people think silver equals snow. Gold, however, helps create warmth with the candlelight and again, enhances the romantic undertones.” This lantern arrangement uses pink and ivory roses, blush peonies and dusty miller. Florist: Flowers by Zoie.

Winter Bridesmaids' Bouquets

Fuchsia roses, pale pink calla lilies, pink ranunculus, and winterberries brighten these winter bridesmaids' bouquets. Florist: White House Flowers. Planner: McBride Events. 

Roses in a Winter Wedding Boutineer

The groom's boutineer uses fuchsia roses, winterberries and sprigs of greenery to complement the bouquets and other wintery floral arrangements and decor. Florist: White House Flowers.

Winter Wedding Bouquets

These wedding bouquets incorporate the rich, deep reds and snowy-whites of the season. Other wintery florals to consider using include pine boughs, cymbidium orchids, boxwood boughs, camellia buds, magnolia leafs and holly berries. Floral design: Blooming Gallery. Planner: Something to Celebrate.

Winter Wedding Colors

"Give a nod to the season without being too over the top," says planner Resha Zazueta, of Something To Celebrate. "Florals with a hint of holiday coloring, sprigs of mistletoe, and a hot chocolate bar bring a lovely wintry feel without turning a wedding into a Christmas party.” Flowers: White roses, deep red calla lilies, deep red chrysanthemums, white hydrangeas, blush peonies, red amaranthus, white hydrangeas, white larkspur, white wax flowers, dusty miller, white tallow berries, greenery. Floral design: Blooming Gallery.

French Lavender for a Winter Wedding

The silvery-green leaves and scented flowers of French lavender comprise these simple, elegant bridesmaids' bouquets.  Wedding florist: GML Design LLC. Planner: CCS Events.

Winter Wedding Boutineer

A spray of French lavender for a groom's boutineer echoes the elegant bouquet the bridesmaids carried for this winter wedding. Florist: GML Design LLC. Planner: CCS Events.

Winter Wedding Floral Arrangements

Planner Kate Franzen, of Glint Events, carried out a wintery theme for this wedding with white and blush roses, white ranunculus, silver brunia berries, frosted pinecones, white anemones and gypsophila (baby's breath). “Don’t overlook baby’s breath for a winter wedding." she says. "It matches the crisp, clean feel of winter and, by itself, can produce a stunning and dramatic effect. Not to mention, gypsophila is much more affordable than out-of-season blooms.” Florist: Petals + Twigs. 

Christmas Wedding Venue

“Select a venue that already dresses up for the holidays," suggests planner Resha Zazueta, of Something To Celebrate, "and work their decorations into your overall design. Think outside of the box and, instead of traditional lighted trees, opt for more creative ways of embracing the season, like a snow machine, perhaps, or a candy cane-inspired signature cocktail.” Floral design: Blooming Gallery

Winter Wedding Flowers in the Snow

Some creative camera work captured these lovely winter bride's bouquet, briefly resting on the snow. The flowers are ivory hydrangeas and ivory roses.

Winter Wedding Arrangements

White hydrangeas, greenery, berries and slender, white twigs fill three coordinated containers for a winter-themed wedding. Florist: Williamsburg Floral. Planner: Sterling Events.

Winter Florals and Faux Fur

“Instead of fighting the season, find ways to embrace it," says planner Kate Franzen, of Glint Events. "Yes, it’s cold and dark (outside), but it’s also romantic. Simple and neutral florals mix beautifully with other details and textures that play off of the season – think faux fur, greenery, and candlelight.” Florist: Petals + Twigs.

Winter Wedding Floral

Cream roses, brunia berries, pine cuttings, dusty miller, rosemary, succulents and white hydrangeas make up this elegant container arrangement for a winter wedding. Florist: Williamsburg Floral. Planner: Sterling Events.