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Winter Wedding Flowers Inspiration

Many flowers are available year-round, and you can certainly choose any color you want for your winter wedding, but some things are just more wintery than others! Here are my winter wedding flower picks.

 

Winter Wedding Flower Inspiration

 

 

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White is gorgeous for winter! The flowers below include star of Bethlehem (not cheap, but a meaningful focal flower for a Christmas wedding), a white spider mum, a white anemone with a dark center, and paperwhites.

 

Blush and pink flowers would be beautiful against dark green leaves and dresses, or with dark versions of themselves. 

 

Star of BethlehemStar of Bethlehem
from: Fiftyflowers.com
Spider AnastasiaSpider Anastasia
  BloomsByTheBox.com
Anemones ~ White with Dark CentersAnemone
from: Fiftyflowers.com
Narcissus Paper WhiteNarcissus Paper White
from: Fiftyflowers.com
White Blush Peruvian Lilies
White Blush Peruvian Lilies

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Blush Oriental Lily
Blush Oriental Lily

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Wispy Pink Spray Rose
Wispy Pink Spray Rose

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Mini Carnations
Mini Carnations

BloomsByTheBox.com

 

 

Rich reds and pinks, showcased here by mini calla lilies, roses, spray roses, and alstroemeria (also known as Peruvian lily), followed by more white and cream (this time, sweetheart roses, cushion mums, standard calla lilies, and mini carnations).

 

Dark Red Mini Calla Lilies
Dark Red Mini Calla Lilies

from: Jrroses.com
 Janeiro Dark Pink Rose
Janeiro Dark Pink Rose

from: Fiftyflowers.com
 Red Spray Roses
Red Spray Roses

from: Jrroses.com
 Merlot Alstroemeria
Merlot Alstroemeria

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Sweetheart Roses White
Sweetheart Roses

BloomsByTheBox.com
Cushion Pompon White
Cushion Mum

BloomsByTheBox.com
White Standard Calla Lily
Standard Calla Lily

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Cream Mini Carnation
Cream Mini Carnation

from: Jrroses.com

 

 

Burgundy and the deepest reds are winter at it’s best (especially if red is one of your favorite colors!).

 

These greens look wintery to me!

 

Burgundy Carnation Flowers
Burgundy Carnation

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Rose Black Magic
Rose Black Magic

BloomsByTheBox.com
Red Dogwood Branches
Red Dogwood Branches

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Mini Carnations
Mini Carnations

BloomsByTheBox.com
Seeded Eucalyptus
Seeded Eucalyptus

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Italian Ruscus
Italian Ruscus

  BloomsByTheBox.com
Plumosus Fern
Plumosus Fern

  BloomsByTheBox.com
Leyland Cedar
Leyland Cedar

from: Fiftyflowers.com

 

And then there’s just plain red. Amaryllis, which I’ve only seen available in December, is not cheap but a single stem could substitute for a bouquet, making it an affordable option.

 

Hypericum comes in many different colors. They seem wintery to me, maybe because they make me think of holly berries!

 

Amaryllis
Amaryllis

BloomsByTheBox.com
Sweetheart Roses
Sweetheart Roses

  BloomsByTheBox.com
Red Carnations
Red Carnations

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Red Spray Roses
Red Spray Roses

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Snow White Hypericum Berries
 
White Hypericum Berries

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Red Hypericum Berries
Red Hypericum Berries

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Burgundy Hypericum BerriesBurgundy Hypericum Berries
from: Fiftyflowers.com
Peaches and Cream Hypericum Berries
Peaches and Cream Hypericum Berries

from: Fiftyflowers.com

 

 

Deep, rich colors make a beautiful winter color scheme but reds and burgundies aren’t the only option. How about some purple?

 

Carnation
Carnation

BloomsByTheBox.com
Shock Novelty Pom
Shock Novelty Pom

from: Fiftyflowers.com
PurpleBerry Mini Calla Lily
PurpleBerry Mini Calla Lily

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Purple Mini Carnations
Purple Mini Carnations

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Golden Yellow Calla Lily
Golden Yellow Calla Lily

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Yellow Asiatic Lily
Yellow Asiatic Lily

from: Jrroses.com
Apricot Orange Amaryllis
Apricot Orange Amaryllis

from: Fiftyflowers.com
Fading Red Amaryllis
Fading Red Amaryllis

from: Fiftyflowers.com

 

Finally,  while yellow may seem more like a spring or summer color, the elegance of calla lilies and lilies seem to make almost any color appropriate for a winter evening wedding.

 

Since our amaryllis always blooms in winter, I associate amaryllis with winter, which, to me, makes it appropriate in any color!

 

How about you? What flowers do you like for winter?

 

 

All winter flower images are from Fifty Flowers (www.fiftyflowers.com), Blooms by the Box (www.bloomsbythebox.com), and JRRoses (www.jrroses.com).

 

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