Winter Wedding Bouquets

Winter Wedding Bouquets

Although there are fewer in-season flowers for winter weddings compared to other times of the year, there are still plenty of varieties to choose from.

In fact, some of the most popular winter wedding bouquets are actually in bloom between November and February, including anemones, orchids, ranunculus, blue thistle and sweet peas.

There are also lots of other seasonal flowers to choose from, such as amaryllis, hellebores, holly berries and the ultimate Christmas bloom: poinsettias.

Staples like roses, calla lilies and carnations are year-round flowers that complement most winter bouquets, corsages and wedding decor.

If your heart is set on using flowers that bloom during a different season (for example, peonies), your florist will help you source them or find similar alternatives.


Red Rose and Evergreen Christmas Wedding Bouquet

This seasonal Christmas bouquet combines deep red roses, orchids, and delicate white wax flowers with winter foliage.

Winter White Wedding Bouquet with Pinecones and Greenery.

An oversized bouquet of beautiful white blooms, pinecones and winter greenery, captures the spirit of Christmas without relying on traditional red tones.

Amaryllis and Berries Wedding Bouquet

Not only are amaryllis among the most popular winter wedding flowers, but they’re a gorgeous option if you’re looking for a standout bloom.

While the bright red variety is perfect for a Christmas wedding bouquet, amaryllis are also available in white, pink and peach.

Winter Wedding Bouquet with Magnolia Leaves

Magnolias are closely associated with the Christmas season, especially when it comes to festive garlands and wreaths.

The leaves look gorgeous in wedding bouquets if you’re after a timeless, sophisticated effect.


Jewel Tone Winter Wedding Bouquet

A selection of gemstone-inspired jewel tones, like ruby red, amethyst, emerald and sapphire, combine to make a vibrant winter bouquet.

Pastel Blooms Wedding Bouquet

If you are choosing pastels as your winter wedding colours, consider adding in a darker accent tone.

Mauve and burgundy flowers have been added to this bouquet for a lovely contrasting effect.



Why not take a look at the other wedding blogs on the website for more inspiration!