Best Winter Blooms for Wedding Centerpieces


 

 

You might think of winter and imagine gloomy trees devoid of foliage and bushes absent of greenery. While winter in New Jersey certainly isn’t the most vibrant time of year in regards to nature and flowers, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some great winter blooms available from your florist. In fact, there are many flowers in season during the winter months that would make for the perfect centerpieces. If you are planning a winter wedding, keep reading for some of the top winter blooms for centerpieces. 

 

Romantic Winter Wedding Centerpieces 

 

Just because you are having a winter wedding doesn’t mean that you can’t go big on floral arrangements for your centerpieces. In fact, if you are looking to make a statement, a lush, romantic arrangement is one way to do so. Try a mix of Japanese lisianthus, which is more commonly known as the Japanese rose, with some scabiosa and anemone. The stunning scabiosa lends a unique shape and texture to your arrangements, while the anemone offers some muted pastel color touches. 

 

Wild Flowers for Your Rustic Winter Wedding 

 

Rustic weddings are all the rage in 2018 and that trend is poised to continue into 2019 as well. Thankfully, there are some great winter blooms and other floral options for centerpieces. Lotus pods are a unique option that you’ve probably never seen in an arrangement before, but they make a great addition to a winter wedding centerpiece. Artichokes are actually flower buds as well and the dried version is making a statement in rustic wedding centerpieces around the country. Combining lotus pods and dried artichokes with delicate white ranunculus flowers make for a stunningly elegant rustic winter wedding centerpiece. 

 

Feminine & Soft Winter Wedding Flowers 

 

For winter wedding floral centerpieces with a softer, more feminine appearance, pair whites, and pinks with seasonal green tones. Bold blooms of large pink cockscomb will give your centerpieces a unique look, especially when accented with hydrangeas. Complete this look with some astilbe, which is a subtle flower with a feather-like appearance to add a whimsical touch to the arrangement. 

 

Vibrant Winter Flowers for a Bright, Bold Wedding Centerpiece 

 

There’s a blanket of snow outside, but you can add pops of color to your big day with some bright and vibrant floral wedding centerpieces. Start your arrangement with a few white chrysanthemums, which are actually a symbol of beauty and joy. Then, accent these with some fillers like stock flowers. These are small blooms that are perfect for adding pops of color, like bright pink. Accent this floral arrangement with some soft silver dollar eucalyptus greenery. Their ashy blue/silver appearance is a perfect play on winter snowfalls.   

 

Before choosing floral arrangements, you should first decide on your wedding venue to ensure that your choice is appropriate. At The Park Savoy Estate, we have stunning grounds and an elegant ballroom that can serve as the perfect backdrop to your big day. As the premier estate wedding venue in New Jersey, you can rest assured that our event coordinators have the knowledge and experience necessary to help your wedding run smoothly and stress free. To schedule a tour, contact us today!