15 Winter Wedding Centerpieces

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    Embrace the Season with Color, Texture, and Style for Your Tables

    Photo by Shannon Duggan Photography and Centerpiece by Mollie Young

    Photo by Shannon Duggan Photography and Centerpiece by Mollie Young via 100 Layer Cake

    The beauty of fresh snow and the temptation to cozy up in layers by the fire is what draws us to enjoy this season, and we know both aspects of winter are just a few reasons why couples opt to host their wedding during this time of year. Indoor receptions are popular, white is one of the top colors included in palettes, texture from flowers, vases, and fabrics are in vogue, and candles present an easy way to create a warm atmosphere.

    By presenting style, color, texture, and warmth, centerpieces often act as the glue that weaves together the aesthetics of your fete. With this in mind, we’re sharing how to honor the season, incorporate bold and soft colors, and create style that matches your desired look through these 15 winter wedding centerpieces! 

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    Evergreen, Pinecone, Candles, and Pomegranate Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Evergreen, Pinecone, Candles, and Pomegranate Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Greg Finck and Centerpiece by A Very Beloved Bloom

    The bride’s place card is a pomegranate, and just behind it a fruit is cut in half to real the inside. We’re intrigued because this double fruit placement represents a repeating element, which is a great way to design. The winter wedding centerpiece also features pinecones, evergreen, and more.

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    Modern Greenery and Candle Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Modern Greenery and Candle Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Danfredo Photos + Films and Centerpiece by Wild Stems

    For your winter wedding centerpiece, consider featuring candles in glass containers at alternating heights, and pairing them with a table number to create a completely modern look that still feels warm and inviting for you and your guests.

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    Red Rose, Thistle, and Cranberry Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Red Rose, Thistle, and Cranberry Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Mary Alice Hall and Centerpiece by Blum Floral Design

    Here, copper vases are filled with red roses, thistle, and greenery, and additional containers of cranberries are scattered throughout the length of the design along with books and taper candles. Think of this as modern meets vintage!

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    Plaid Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Plaid Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Shannon Duggan Photography and Centerpiece by Mollie Young

    This plaid table runner presents a simple and easy solution if you’re hoping to add texture, and it also adds a burst of color. Consider adding in-season flowers in coordinating colors to continue the rich palette for your winter wedding centerpiece, plus you can create a lighter feel by adding taper candles.

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    Amaryllis and Kumquat Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Amaryllis and Kumquat Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo and Centerpiece by Honey of a Thousand Flowers

    One of the boldest and biggest flowers of the winter is amaryllis! Here, amaryllis is teamed up with bright kumquats, an in-season winter fruit, and both provide elegance and texture. We can see this winter wedding look at a classic estate.

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    Greenery Garland Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Greenery is one of the natural elements that is the most readily available during the winter, which is wonderful news for couples drawn toward garlands. This greenery garland is paired with sprigs of thistle, ferns, and candles. The small detail we love is the navy table liner. The piece offers a pop of classic color, and the liner allows the garland to feel as though it has added depth – a wonderful feature for weddings that are budget friendly or those leaning toward luxurious.

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    Potted Orchid Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Potted plants represent a wonderful alternative to intricately designed centerpieces, plus they can also be more budget friendly. This potted orchid understated in its elegance, but it looks beautiful nonetheless. Plus, a potted plant is a piece you can offer to your guests to take home as a special favor.

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    Anemone, Tulip, and Orchid Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    This marsala centerpiece is filled with colors and texture! Only in the winter would anemones, tulips, orchids, and greens look so beautiful and fitting together. From a soiree that’s classic to one that’s more vintage, this centerpiece has varied style that can easily blend right in when paired with other elements that match your aesthetic.

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    Classic Pink Rose Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Classic Pink Rose Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Lauren Fair Photography and Centerpiece by Fresh Designs Florist

    We don’t feel the winter should limit your palette choices, so fill your celebration with shades of blush thanks to always-in-season roses. The soft palette will still look beautiful against a snowy day, and it will also offer some much needed color and hope for the season to come.

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    Elegant Anemone and Tulip Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Elegant Anemone and Tulip Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Love Me Do Photography and Centerpiece by Love ‘n Fresh Flowers

    Anemones are one of the most colorful flowers available during the winter. Most often, we see them included in shades of white or purple, and you always know it’s an anemone because of the flower’s famous bold black center. Anemones are combined with white tulips, pussy willow, and plenty of greenery in this design, and together they create an elegant and timeless winter wedding look.

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    Pear Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Pear Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by The Nichols and Centerpiece by Posey Events via Mod Wedding

    Pears are one of many fruits in season during the winter, and we’re drawn to the idea of incorporating them into your winter centerpiece design. Here, Posey Events placed plenty of pears inside mercury glass compotes and mixed the pieces in between flowers. The look feels organic, and it’s an option to consider if you’re hoping to create a garden inspired feel.

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    Evergreen, Pinecone, and Candle Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Evergreen, Pinecone, and Candle Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Kathrin Rok Photography and Centerpiece by Goldregen Floral Design

    Junebug Weddings describes this winter wedding inspiration as “edgy”, and we have to admit we like the untraditional look and feel of this greenery garland centerpiece. The loose style makes it feel more organic and industrial, but the wreath that hangs over the side of the table adds a touch of femininity.

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    Whimsical Greenery and Feather Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Whimsical Greenery and Feather Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Tracey Buyce Photography and Centerpiece by Samantha Nass Floral Design

    If you’re planning a whimsical wedding with a slightly rustic feel, you may want to think about feathers! Feathers are a popular inclusion during the fall and winter due to their deep tones and textures. We are partial to them because they look and feel untraditional, and they add an element that easily stands out amongst the greenery and white flowers otherwise included in this winter wedding centerpiece.

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    Timeless Orchid and Candle Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Without a doubt, orchids are among the most elegant wedding flowers. In order to ensure they truly make a statement, the florist opted to make the orchids appear as though they’re almost floating above the design. Additionally, the candles in glass containers provide an effortless elegance.

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    Modern Tall Rose Winter Wedding Centerpiece

    Modern Tall Rose Winter Wedding Centerpiece
    Photo by Sophie Epton Photography and Centerpiece by Gypsy Floral

    One of the best ways to add height to your reception tables is by placing centerpieces on pedestals. Roses are never out of season, and neither are many types of greenery, so we’re drawn to this winter wedding centerpiece because it’s one that’s appropriate for the season but it also represents a modern, timeless style that could be used during any season throughout the year.