Brides getting married in the winter may worry there will not be many floral varieties and colors available. Far from it! There are many winter wedding flowers to choose from. White weddings have always ruled in winter, but an all-white color palette doesn’t have to be stark white. Instead, opt for a soft, “antique” white effect, made up of flowers in creams, ivories, and even very pale blush hues. Or opt for elegant silver and white arrangements – a popular choice for flowers for winter brides. Silver leaves, sequins and tendrils of silver ribbon and delicate, graceful snowdrops transform a classic white assortment into a glamorous wintry display. White tipped pine cones, mistletoe and marabou feathers, blue-gray juniper boughs, sage green lamb’s ear and silvery Dusty Miller leaves give a frosty effect that reflects the snowy season. Christmas wedding flowers can also include festive holiday red flowers like velvety, perfectly opened amaryllis blossoms. Add hypericum berries, lacy sprigs of arborvitae, red berries and holly for a stunning seasonal bridal bouquet or striking red table centerpiece.
What Winter Wedding Flowers Are In Season?
The flowers in season for winter weddings are: Amaryllis, Anemone, Camellias, Casablanca Lilies, Forget-me-nots, French Tulips, Gardenias, Holly, Jasmine, Orchids, Mini Gerberas, Paperwhites (Narcissus), Poinsettias, and Roses.
Narcissus Paper White
Oriental Hybrid Lily
Star of Bethlehem
Filler stems round out a bouquet and come in a variety of exciting colors. Stems that are available year-round include: