Winter Wedding Centerpieces That Nod to the Season
So, you're worried that winter's a bad time to pull off beautiful wedding reception arrangements? You have no reason to be. The colder months may be less hospitable to some flowers, but there are still ways to incorporate gorgeous blooms into your big day. Better yet, you might be pushed to use gorgeous nonfloral elements, like candles. All in all, winter's as good a time as any to have stunning wedding décor. In fact, we're willing to bet that these winter centerpiece ideas will leave you craving a December, January, February, or March celebration.
To fully embrace all the season has to offer, you have a few options. First, you can work with in-season flowers, or blooms that are available year-round. These include everything from roses to tulips. Now's the time to include other natural materials in your decorations, too—think: evergreen sprigs, pine cones, berries, and the like. Second, you can utilize elements associated with winter and its many holidays. Garlands used as table runners are festive options, for example. Third, you can work with seasonal colors, like red, purple, and metallics. With all these possibilities, it's actually easy to come up with centerpieces that suit your event!
The arrangements shown here, by Just So. Event Floral, featured plenty of wintry touches, from the warm hues, to the pops of snowy white, to the gold vessels they were placed in. They're just one of our favorite ways to nod to the season at your cold-weather reception. To see the rest, continue browsing our roundup of winter wedding centerpieces.
Red and Green Winter Centerpieces
Formal Winter Centerpieces
Simple Winter Centerpieces
Channel winter's barrenness with minimalist tablescapes, which can actually be quite stunning. Here, Duet Weddings used just a few décor elements, including leaves, geodes, and candles. The sparkly, dark pieces set a wintry mood.
Green and White Winter Centerpieces
Woodsy Winter Centerpieces
Candle Winter Centerpieces
Silvery white mercury glass reminds us of snow—it certainly fit in well on these winter Lauryn Prattes Styling and Events tables.
Purple Winter Centerpieces
Hanging Winter Centerpieces
These New Lead Design centerpieces stunned from above and below, and the white, red, and green color palette tied them into the season.
Rustic Winter Centerpieces
Mix seasonal blooms with seasonal colors, as shown in these slightly rustic arrangements. The KD&J Botanica centerpieces featured pine needles, berries, tulips, and more in white, green, and dusty blue shades.
Dramatic Winter Centerpieces
White Winter Centerpieces
Tyler Speier Events used shiny lunaria and fluffy roses to give these arrangements a snowy look.
Tall Winter Centerpieces
Modern Winter Centerpieces
Seasonal Winter Centerpieces
Tulips are a transition flower, so take advantage of them if your celebration's set for the end of winter. We love how they stood out in these seasonal white centerpieces, which were created by Tara Guérard Soirée.
Red Winter Centerpieces
Garland Winter Centerpieces
Garlands are festive, thanks to their association with winter holidays. Greenery ones are also pretty resilient, which is ideal when the weather's so harsh. The Aspen Branch designed these ones.
Understated Winter Centerpieces
This couple's white Bare Root Flora arrangements worked beautifully with their wedding's snowy setting.
Berry Winter Centerpieces
Dried Winter Centerpieces
When in doubt about your centerpieces holding up, work with dried blooms. As these Gathering Florals and Events arrangements went to show, they can look just as breathtaking.
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