From bright pinks and reds to lush greenery with berries, these stunning winter wedding bouquets are beyond beautiful. We have several options perfect for your cozy cold weather nuptials.
No matter what time of year you choose to tie the knot, carrying a beautiful bundle of flowers down the aisle is a must. Even if they're not technically in season at the time of your wedding, you can, and should, have a bouquet of your favorite blooms on your wedding day. If you choose you to showcase pretty flowers to reflect your selected wedding season as well, then you're in luck because some of the most breathtaking color combinations are perfect for a winter wedding.
When thinking of seasonal arrangements, start with the colors that feel most reminiscent of the time of year you've chosen to wed. For the colder months, we love deep burgundy, crisp emerald green, snowy white, and icy blue. Select a bouquet that features a combination of these colors for a wonderful winter inspired look that won't feel like holiday decor. Another great way to "winterize" your bouquet is by selecting in-season additions, like evergreen sprigs, berries, or acorns. When deftly incorporated, these little touches help amp up the seasonal feel without transforming your style into winter wonderland.
We adore the beautiful bouquets available for every type of winter bride from lush bouquets of bold red peonies for a glamorous, ballroom affair to smaller posies featuring wintry greens, perfect for an understated and rustic celebration. Let us share some of our favorite combinations with you!
Add brighter reds to your bouquet but mix them with blushes and peaches so it doesn't feel TOO holiday.
Ombre your bouquet from creams and whites to deep burgundy.
A simple winter bouquet of white roses and anemones is perfect for the winter bride who doesn't want anything too fussy.
Reds and purples with pops of peach make for an unexpected twist on winter flowers.
There's nothing more classically winter bouquet than eucalyptus and lots of white flowers!
If you're going to opt for an all-white bouquet, be sure to mix in flowers that have subtle undertones—if you look closely these white flowers of tinges of the palest blush and cream.
Deep plums mixed with dustier rose colors and blushes make for a dramatic winter bouquet.
Delicate clematis and Japanese andromeda add a little whimsy to this bouquet.
Greens don't have to be summery! Fill up your bouquet with tons of deep greenery and just pops of white.
Mix jewels tones and long, complimentary ribbons for a little romance.
More jewel tones in rich dramatic colors and wispy greenery make this a winter bouquet palette favorite!