In the winter months, fewer flowers may bloom in your garden, but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your wedding flowers. Dramatic whites and rich reds help the bride capture the beauty of the season and are the perfect choice for an indoor celebration. One of the most common worries of brides who are planning to get married in the winter is that there will not be many floral varieties or colors available for them to choose from. But you can rule out the common all-white color palette used in winter weddings by choosing florals made up of Bismarck flowers in ivory, cream, pale blush hues, and more. You can also select silver and white arrangements for an elegant look. Here we’ve listed some of the popular winter flowers listed by the leading Bismarck florists.
Amaryllis is the most popular holiday flower and is available in typical shades of red, white, and other colors. These big and bold blooms pair beautifully in stunning wedding decor.
The most popular colors are white petals and dark black centers, but anemones also come in bold blues and purples. These winter blooms are the perfect floral option for modern and industrial weddings. They also go well with soft whites, pinks and greens to create a classic, garden natural look.
If you are a fan of soft flowers such as peonies, ranunculus is the best option because they provide a similar look. They come in different shades of pink and red, peach and orange, white and yellow, and more. With many petals, they add a romantic touch to a bride’s bouquet.
Roses are available throughout the season. They add elegance and flair to winter floral arrangements and bouquets. There are so many varieties! Bright and bold, or soft and feminine, there are lots of colors and shapes to choose from to make your florals fantastic.
This Christmastime plant helps celebrate the season! Place several together for a lovely display at the ceremony, then bring them to the reception. Add Boston fern plants and birch branches to make the display even more impressive.
These winter flowers perfectly fit bouquets and boutonnieres. Gardenias have a wonderful fragrance. They are perfect for a classic or modern wedding. Gardenias used in winter weddings feel crisp, fresh, and elegant. They will require careful handling, as they bruise easily, but they’re well worth the risk.
Often associated with Spring, the season for Tulips actually begins in the winter. When you add these flowers to your centerpieces, they transform the style of your wedding, evoking the seasons to come. French tulips add elegance with their long, curving stems. Garden tulips in yellow or red will brighten the reception room immensely.
White Calla Lilies evoke your inner Audrey Hepburn and provide a clean, sophisticated look. There are also smaller varieties in incredible colors like red, pink, purple, orange, yellow, and peach. These are suitable for the Groom’s boutonniere, and also in centerpieces.