You might not think to associate flowers with winter, but there are actually quite a few blooms to choose from for a beautiful, floral-filled winter wedding. Go traditional with white or ivory blooms, or opt for contrasting red, yellow, or pink flowers that will really make a statement—especially when paired with a gorgeous white gown. Add some winter red berries, mistletoe, rosemary, and/or other foliage to round out your bouquet or arrangements and bring a touch of nature to your ceremony. Your guests might even forget that it’s cold outside! Keep reading for a list of flowers that are in season during the winter months.
This cold-weather flower comes in brilliant shades of red, pink, or white. We love the idea of a red and white themed wedding during the holiday season!
As classic as they are pretty, roses—in any color—will never go out of style. This couple took their flower arrangements to the next level by decorating their cake with some blossoms as well.
Carnations are a great option for weddings because of what they symbolize. Light red carnations represent admiration, dark red carnations represent deep love and affection, and white carnations represent pure love and good luck.
Another traditional option, tulips come in a variety of colors—purple, yellow, orange, pink, and red.
It’s a no brainer to put some orchids in a flower bouquet. The length provides dimension and they’re just so eye-catching!
Pansies and Violas
The bright purple color of these particular flowers are delightful and would make a great theme for any wedding.
Camellias look a lot like roses and come in similar colors too—lush white, pink, or red. They’re great for a bouquet or stand-out flower arrangement like the one pictured below.
An appropriate name for a winter-weather flower, right? These droopy bulbs would be perfect spread throughout a venue.
These wispy-looking flowers add a unique and whimsical touch to any bouquet or flower arrangement.