Weddings. No matter the season, they are always special and beautiful. It is all about the emotions, friends, and family all celebrating love. What can you possibly wish for more? Planning a wedding can be stressful, but when your special day goes just as you have always imagined, you will realize that it was worth all the effort.
One of the most important things to think about when planning a wedding is the decorations, especially the flowers. Table centerpieces can really make the whole atmosphere more special, so obviously you should carefully choose them. When a winter wedding is in question, the centerpieces should resemble the festive season, which, although it is the coldest, makes us feel warm and cozy and romantic.
So many different styles to choose from, from elegant, simple, and modern to glittery, romantic, and luxurious. It is up to you which one will be present on your special day. As always, we are here to help by presenting you with 10 stunning winter wedding centerpiece ideas that will inspire you. Take a look…
1.Delicate Roses, Hydrangeas, and Cotton
If you want a subtle yet memorable centerpiece suitable for a winter wedding that also looks very natural, go for something similar to this delicate arrangement made with cream roses, stunning hydrangea, cotton buds, and snow-white tulips. Place the arrangement on a wood slice for a rustic effect.
2. Simple Yet Elegant Baby’s Breath
Baby’s Breath is such a popular choice for wedding decorations, and we totally get it – it is so gentle, simple, yet elegant. Those little white flowers remind us of snowflakes, so why not use the baby’s breath to create a stunning centerpiece for a winter wedding? And this time, not just as a filler, but a centerpiece made only with delicate baby’s breath. Choose some striking vases and add a bunch of baby’s breath, and your elegant centerpiece is done!
3. Pine, Cones, and Roses
Keep the Christmas spirit present at your wedding by incorporating pine, cones, and red roses into your centerpieces. This gorgeous arrangement is made in the form of a wreath, and instead of a classic candle holder, a vintage candle lantern is placed in the middle. Add some tea light candles to the table for an even more romantic look.
When you first see this beautiful arrangement, you instantly think how bright yet warm it looks. In typical Scandinavian style, this centerpiece is simple, elegant, and contemporary. We love the black and white colors, the delicate cream roses, and the gentle silver dusty miller. The willow branches give a modern touch to the whole arrangement.
5. Silver and White
Winter means holidays, and holidays always include something shiny and glittery. Shades of silver and gold are usually present when Christmas decorations are in question. So why not choose festive silver and winter’s white as the main decor colors for your wedding? Take this centerpiece, for instance – there are lovely silver vases and candle holders arranged with delicate white orchids and eustomas. The pine cones and baby’s breath are a must-have detail for a true winter wedding.
6. Flowers and Christmas Ornaments
Yes, it is allowed to have Christmas ornaments in your centerpieces if you are having a winter wedding. They give such a nice touch to the classic flower arrangements. Mix in some conifer branches and cones as well. For a nice contrast to the green conifers and green hypericum berries, use red roses, white eustomas, and some bright red round Christmas ornaments.
7. Snow White Amaryllis
If you want something elegant yet different, choose amaryllis as the main flower for your wedding decorations. Go with snow-white amaryllises standing tall above a round arrangement made with white garden roses and white hydrangeas. Silver and white are a winning combination for winter weddings, so choose vintage silver vases and candle holders to complete the look.
8. Romantic White and Green Centerpieces
Winter is a season made for romance. So why not choose to have a romantic, fairy tale wedding? The decor is a very important detail. Especially the flowers. For a romantic yet luxurious look at your guest’s tables, choose a white and green centerpiece made with hydrangeas and roses, completed with hanging green amaranth and crystals. Use a luxurious silver candle holder instead of a vase for an even more romantic look.
9. Simple Pine Cons and Hydrangea Decor
If you are going for a simple yet modern look, then these arrangements are for you. You need a lot of glass vases or jars or even big wine glasses. Fill some with pine cones and some with white hydrangeas and roses. Mix in some glittery gold candle holders and sprinkle golden confetti over your table runner. Don’t forget to hang some yellow shining Christmas lights around the vases.
10. Chic Winter Tablescape
Now, this is something! If you are going for a WOW effect, then you should create a true winter wonderland on your table. We are talking about a runner made of conifers, a breathtaking tall arrangement with touches of white and silver and golden details in the form of a vase, candleholders, and even glasses and silverware. Simply wonderful!