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98 Winter Wedding Floral Arrangements
Winter weddings are beautiful: they always feature a cozy ambience, especially Christmas ones. As there’s literally no wedding without some floral arrangements, you will have to choose some for your winter nuptials. Here people usually go according to the color scheme, and two most popular ideas for winter weddings are neutrals or bold colors, mostly red shades. We’ve gathered both neutral and bright florals to inspire you, and I’m sure you will find something beautiful for your celebration here!
White weddings are classics for any season, if you don’t know what color scheme to choose, prefer whites and creamy shades, and you’ll be always on top. Opt for a soft creamy color scheme with flowers in white, ivory and even pale blush hues. These can be amaryllis, calla lilies, orchids, tulips and anemones; a combination of these flowers can create and effect of gently modulated color and texture. Add pale miller and other pale greenery and foliage to create a frozen look – so cool, especially if there’s no snow in your space. Integrated soem white dried flowers, leaves and herbs and make your arrangements ultimate as dried elements add an edgy touch.
a beautiful and sophisticated neutral winter wedding tablescape with warm-colored linens and plates, white blooms, pink and black candles
this bouquet seems to be frozen with white blooms, berries and pale miller
a white winter wedding bouquet with white and blush blooms and textural flowers plus a contrasting wrap
a chic textural white winter wedding bouquet with ferns and white ribbons
a chic wedding centerpiece with lush greenery and white blooms is classics
a refined and very textural wedding bouquet with foliage and white flowers plus dark ribbons
lush baby's breath table runner with candles is a chic idea for winter and other weddings
white blooms, whitewashed benches and grey covers create a real frozen look, which is very romantic for a winter wedding
Rich shades are welcome for pale winter days! In recent years rich reds have become a staple for weddings that are held within the months of December and February, of course because of the holidays we celebrate in these months, and red, green and white are a classic winter wedding color palette. The best red blossoms in winter are amaryllis, anemones, roses, gloriosa, lilies, calla lilies, and cymbidium orchids. Consider flowers in shades of ruby, wine, deep orange and plum to add depth to your wedding bouquet. Actually, there are flowers in season that boast every color of the rainbow. Tulips and snapdragons both thrive in this cool season. Pink and yellow look great together and you can use a Marble Star poinsettia to bring the color scheme together. Pink looks great with white so it is a natural accent color for a white wedding. Shades of green also look great for a winter wedding.
lush winter wedding decor with pink and burgundy blooms, greenery, a red runner, burgundy candles and fruits and berries
a bright wedding bouquet with touches of red, burgundy, with berries and foliage
a bold rounded arch covered with red roses and matching red roses on the table for a refined and chic wedding tablescape
a chic floral table runner with lush greenery, blush and burgundy blooms plus matching candles
a bold winter centerpiece of a vase filled with cranberries, red blooms, leaves and berries is a perfect winter or Christmas wedding decoration you may easily make
cluster red floral wedding centerpieces paired with elegant candles will make up a super chic wedding tablescape
a sophisticated wedding tablescape with red and blush roses and matching candles is a great idea for a winter wedding