The Best 3 Flowers You Should Choose For Your Winter Wedding Bouquet Skip to main content

Winter is one of the most magical times of year. It brings a different kind of beauty than the rest of the year, but it does come with its drawbacks.iIf you’re holding a winter wedding, you will be faced with less floral options for a bouquet than the summer, but worry not! Though summer staples are no longer in season, the winter brings a stunning array of flowers that are sure to bring splashes of color and beauty to your wedding. Read on to find out three of the best options to have for your winter wedding!

1. Carnations

Carnations are one of the most underrated flowers you can choose for your winter wedding. Carnations are a hard flower, which means they never go out of season and can survive the cold winters to provide a splash of rich color to your wedding. Carnation colors can range from pink to white, red, yellow or burgundy, so they make for a stunning bouquet, especially when paired with roses, winter berries or greenery!

Winter Flowers | Reverent Wedding Films
Winter Flowers | Reverent Wedding Films

2. Ranunculus

If you’re a fan of peonies or softer flowers, ranunculus bulbs are the perfect winter flower for you. They offer the soft and colorful look you love in peonies, but they’re in season for the winter, giving you the option for eye popping color in your bouquet year round.

Ranunculus Bulbs look almost too beautiful to be true, coming in colors from cream  to apricot, pink, orange, red and burgundy!

3. Camellias

Known as “the star of the winter garden,” camellias are one of the most gorgeous evergreen flowers you could choose for your wedding bouquet. The layered petals and the wide arrange of colors, from red to yellow, white, pink and purple make the camellia the jewel of your bouquet and an excellent choice for your winter wedding.

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Winter Flowers | Reverent Wedding Films