Best Winter Wedding Bouquet Inspiration

The season of winter weddings is upon us! Winter is one of the most romantic seasons of the year and a great time to plan a wedding. If you are struggling to decide what kind of flowers you want to use for your winter wedding, fear not! There are a number of beautiful winter wedding flowers that brides can choose from.

To help you find the perfect flowers for your winter wedding, FTD has rounded up seven of their favorite wedding bouquets and featured three popular winter wedding flowers in each. From gorgeous greenery to stunning florals this guide is sure to inspire bride's to make their wedding a winter wonderland. 

We’ve also included a few winter wedding place setting ideas that will complement your flower selections!

This opulent winter wedding bouquet uses Japanese lisianthus blooms in place of the traditional rose. The unexpected use of white anemones and purple scabiosas mixed with seasonal greenery creates a lush and original bouquet.  

Hydrangea blooms mixed with astilble and the unexpected elegance of the pink cockscomb are the focus in this uniquely beautiful wedding bouquet. Winter greenery, ivory, white and purple tones complete the look. 

Bring the colors of your bouquet into your reception. This table setting uses blush pink and white mixed with metallics to create a soft elegance that will warm up a winter wedding. Menu card by Mysty and Bella Designs

To create warmth and romance on your winter wedding day, choose flowers with the vibrant colors of bright pink, raspberry and crimson red. Mix in the pastel colors of peach and pink to add a romantic touch. Ivory and white roses and a gorgeous chrysanthemum bloom balance the bouquet. Add greenery, like the fragrant silver dollar eucalyptus, to add the scent and look of the season. 

White and blue tones are perfect for a winter wedding. White ranunculus blooms mixed with greenery and natural elements, like  dried artichokes and lotus pods, will create a rustic winter bouquet that is reminiscent of an outdoor winter scene. Add a ribbon in a bright or deep blue tone to contrast with the winter white bouquet. 

The white and blue theme can be continued at your wedding reception table. Deep blues and white create an elegant winter inspired table setting. Mix in metallics to add sparkle and sophistication. Menu card by Mysty and Bella Designs.

Roses are always a great choice for a wedding bouquet, and using winter garden roses with large blooms gives it a natural touch with muted elegance. Ivory and pastel tones in the roses mixed with winter greenery, like the leafy myrtle, will create a romantic bouquet. 

The semi-cactus dahlia takes center stage in this fresh and unique bouquet. The winter season is evident with the use of pine leaves and dark blue berries. The gray-green tones in the dusty miller leaves add an unexpected touch that adds to the charm. 

White and ivory roses are a classic choice for a winter wedding bouquet. This bouquet adds the softness of Queen Anne's lace and the unexpected silver tones of the brunia berry to create a wintry look. The dark red accents of the kangaroo paw add a unique and modern touch.

Winter weddings sparkle with the use of white and metallics. This table setting uses contemporary touches mixed with silver tones and white florals to create an elegant look. Menu card by Mysty and Bella Designs

Winter weddings that are celebrated near the holidays can embrace the festive season by incorporating some of their elements in the table design. Gold and white warm up your table with a sophisticated glimmer. Gold ornaments and greenery that depict the holiday season can be added to complete the look. Menu card by Mysty and Bella Designs 

Winter brides have many beautiful and unique florals and greenery choices available in the cooler months of December, January and February. Selecting seasonal varieties will help to reduce your wedding costs, while creating a wedding bouquet that will complement you and your special day!