There is something especially gorgeous about winter weddings. However, some brides fear that because winter entails chillier weather, the florals they have to choose from are limited. But, this could not be more false. From dramatic reds to snowy whites, there are an abundance of winter wedding flowers that brides can choose from to make their bouquet stand out from the rest.
To help break down the different types of winter wedding flowers, FTD has rounded up seven of their favorite wedding bouquets showcasing 21 of the most popular winter wedding flowers. From the frosty leaves of dusty miller to the lush flower heads of hydrangea, brides have the ability to make their wedding a winter wonderland playing around with blooms reminiscent of the frosty months. Enjoy!
Romantic Winter Wedding Flowers
This bouquet exudes romance with pink Japanese lisianthus paired with fuchsia scabiosa. This along with pastel colored anemone and varied greenery create a lush bouquet that has a variety of texture in its design.
Modern Winter Wedding Flowers
This unique looking bouquet combines burgundy kangaroo paws, white roses and dashing greenery. Queen Anne’s lace has a natural elegance about it while the silver brunia helps to add texture.
Feminine Winter Wedding Flowers
For this floral design, pink and white hydrangeas are paired with a range of seasonal green tones to create a more feminine arrangement. The bold flower heads of the cocksomb flower alongside the feathery texture of the astilbe create a whimsical feeling.
Elegant Winter Wedding Flowers
For a more elegant looking bouquet, use a variety of pastel colored garden roses. Add textured greenery like seeded eucalyptus and myrtle to create a bouquet that captures the essence of winter.
Vibrant Winter Wedding Flowers
For a cheery and vibrant bouquet incorporate bright colors like crimson stock flowers and a variety of pastel blooms. Pair these with silver dollar eucalyptus and white chrysanthemums to add to the wintry design.
Charming Winter Wedding Flowers
This one of a kind floral arrangement features unique florals like the semi-cactus dahlia and vibernum berry. Alongside these is the snow-dusted foliage of the dusty miller that adds a frosty feel to the bouquet.
Rustic Winter Wedding Flowers
The cool tones of this bouquet are perfect for winter weddings. You can make your bouquet unique by accessorizing with dried artichoke and lotus pods. Add white ranunculus with these for a gentler touch to the design.