52 Gorgeous Winter Wedding Bouquets
It's called a winter wonderland for a reason. There's so much beauty—from the blooms to the colors and textures—to choose from in the frosty months. Get inspired for your walk down the aisle with a few of our favorite winter wedding bouquets. The following flowers prove that the chilliest time of year can still be incredibly pretty.
If you love working with neutrals, winter floral arrangements are for you. Classic white clutches—plus muted assortments of cream and blush—are staples of the season. Overall, natural colors (like ivory and green) are huge this time of year, because they reflect the snowy landscape. That being said, there are plenty of bright wintertime bouquets, most of which embrace rich shades of red and purple. Saturated petals pop gorgeously against the relatively-colorless backdrop winter provides. Last but not least, consider deep blues—in general, jewel tones win big when it comes to the colder months.
If your focus is less on palette and more on the specific petals you're using, rest assured that plenty of beautiful flowers are still available, even when the temperature drops. You can always find traditional blooms like roses, and wedding favorites like hellebores, tulips, and anemones are accessible, too. You can spruce your arrangement up with fillers like berries, dusty miller, and sturdy sprigs of leaves.
For a closer look at these suggestions and for even more great ideas, let this gallery be your guide. Whatever the mood of your wedding, there's a beautiful, winter bouquet out there for you.
This Fleur bouquet was filled with neutral colors, which complemented the couple's wintry wedding date.
Rusty-hued petals popped in this MMD Events clutch.
This Aspen Branch bouquet included vibrant purple tulips.
Berries, dusty miller, and other greenery gave this Hana Style Design's bouquet a definitively wintery look.
Root Floral Designs combined rich-red, dark-purple, and ivory blooms for this December bride's bouquet.
We love the pretty shapes in this bouquet, which was created by Without Wax Katy.
This romantic French Market Flowers clutch—designed for a rustic, winter wedding—was full of big-petaled blooms in inviting colors.
This horizontal Labellum bouquet matched the scenery—a landscape of melting snow.
Moody colors made up this bouquet of scabiosa, berries, and more.
This bride carried a Petal and Pine bouquet for her wintertime elopement in Lake Tahoe.
This abundant arrangement had greenery, ranunculus, hanging amaranthus, and roses, and was made by Statice Floral.
This gorgeous bouquet, created by Sullivan Owen, included spirea, peonies, Japanese lisianthus, scabiosa, sweet peas, roses, anemones, hellebores, and olive and bay branches.
Having a jewel-toned bouquet was this bride's dream. The Southern Table created this masterpiece with anemones, scabiosa, a magnolia, thistle, sweet peas, orchids, and berries.
We love how this bouquet—made of roses, sweet peas, ranunculus, tulips, and astrantia—was tied together by a gorgeous bow.
Though the destination wedding was in Mexico, that didn't stop this bride from having winter florals. Local florist Flor Mimo used native flowers like roses, chrysanthemums, and eucalyptus to tie together the location of the wedding with the time of year.
The bride wanted to honor the snowy wedding location—Colorado—in her bouquet and did just that. Bare Root Flora created this icy-hued bouquet of anemones, ranunculus, lotus pods, dried artichokes, garden and spray roses, dusty miller, eucalyptus, and privet berry wrapped in blue ribbon.
For a snowy wedding in Utah, Artisan Bloom created this bouquet from garden roses, hellebores, andromedas, anemones, freesias, and seeded eucalyptus.
At her Christmas-themed wedding, this bride clutched a bouquet by Poppy Lane Design that included David Austin garden roses, smilax, ranunculus, festival bush, tulips, poppies, astilbe, peonies, and amaryllis.
This bouquet, by Petals Floral Design, was full of seasonal flourishes like cedar boughs and brunia berries to complement the bride's blush dress.
This couple collaborated with Ingrid from Tin Can Studios to design the flowers for their wedding in Brooklyn. Her burgundy clutch featured ranunculus, scabiosa, and dahlias.
Charleston Stems gathered white ranunculus, flat cedar, holly, rosemary, and seeded eucalyptus into black velvet ribbon to fit this celebration's black-and-white color scheme.
Arena's For Life created this bouquet. The arrangement was made up of roses and fresh greenery.
This bride carried a wild bouquet with earthy tones of white garden roses, lisianthus, sweet peas, gardenias, chocolate cosmos, scabiosa, anemones, eucalyptus, dusty miller, brunia, blackberries, and loose greenery. A bluish, velvet ribbon blended into the grouping of hand-tied streamers that held the bouquet together.
Lanie walked down the aisle carrying a bouquet of white ranunculus arranged by Mindy Rice Floral and Event Design for her early-January celebration in Colorado. It was wrapped in an heirloom, a handkerchief that has been in her husband's family for hundreds of years.
Jewel-toned English cabbage roses, peonies, and sweet peas were joined with gold and white ribbons for this bouquet that. A key to the door of the bride's grandparents' first house dating back to the 1930s was tied on as a sentimental addition.
Mi Mi Design created this bridal bouquet of privet berry, ranunculus, lisianthus, eskimo roses, camellia leaf, phalaenopsis orchids, and kumquats.
Sidra Forman crafted this bride's bouquet, combining anemones, seeded eucalyptus, silver brunia, roses, and dusty miller for a wintry feel.
This ivory bouquet blended into the snowy backdrop atop the slopes at her January nuptials in Utah. Artisan Bloom created the arrangement of ranunculus, parrot tulips, and anemones, with accents of lamb's ears, blooming cotton sprigs, and tiny tallow-berry branches for an outdoorsy touch.
Tied with pink ribbon, this bouquet—arranged by Amy Merrick—contained garden roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, flowering jasmine vines, Japanese poppies, and maidenhair fern.
Brooklyn florist Saipua captured this wedding's mood with a tonal white bouquet, which included three types of dahlias—cafe au lait, snowbound, and pom pom—plus clematis, ranunculus, snowberry, dusty miller leaves, silver leucadendron, olive branches, and some majolica spray roses.
A blizzard altered this couple's wedding plans, but didn't put a damper on the festivities. The bride's bright and cheerful bouquet, designed by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers, combined blue and green flowers tied with a blue satin ribbon and a cameo pendant.
For her February nuptials, this bride's winter bouquet—designed by Garden on the Square—was made of green-and-white anemones, viburnum, hyacinth, pine, lavender, and mint. It was accented with white feathers at the base, in homage to the Georgia couple's hunting roots.
Pops of color offset this traditional ceremony in Wyoming. Ian Whipple created the bride's bouquet of ranunculus, calla lilies, and dusty miller accented with gold satin ribbon.
A Simple Ceremony designed a bouquet of white peonies and white cyclamen for this bride's December nuptials.
This bride carried a lush clutch of sweet peas, jasmine, and lilacs at her February wedding.
Jaclyn Journey created this winter wedding bouquet of protea, roses, olive branch, Japanese sweet pea, fringe tulip, seed eucalyptus, lisianthus, and tarantula amaryllis.
Sarah Winward of used the mauve-champagne and taupe textiles at the Utah wedding venue as inspiration for this bouquet, which included hellebores, ranunculus, sweet pea, pieris, spirea, poppies, and champagne roses.
Floral designer Mindy Rice made a bouquet of white blooms, including peonies, camellias, ranunculus, nerines, and crispa tulips, for this bride's December wedding.
Bristol Lane created this arrangement of garden roses, lisianthus, scabiosa, ranunculus, and larkspur, with rosemary and eucalyptus added in.
At this snowy wedding in Utah, this bride carried peonies, ranunculus, amaryllis, roses, privet berries, astilbe, kumquats, and eucalyptus in a bouquet created by Sarah Winward.
For her intimate wedding in February, this bride carried a simple bouquet of hellebores by Brown Paper Design down the aisle.
This bride held a bouquet by Gillespies Flowers of peonies, freesia, roses, ranunculus, and olive leaves that were painted silver at her December wedding.
Munster Rose created this bride's bouquet of ranunculus, garden roses, Sahara roses, dahlias, astrantia, and clematis.
For her bouquet, "I knew I wanted peonies, but there aren't any in January," this bride shared. The solution: her close friend and fashion designer L'Wren Scott fashioned the fluffy flowers from feathers and bound them with velvet ribbon.
For a soft and organic feel, seasonal roses, dusty miller, astrantia, jasmine vines, and protea were used in the bride's bouquet, made by Blossom and Branch.
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