Beautiful Greenery for Your Winter Wedding


We absolutely love how wedding floral decor takes on the mood of the season. Winter is especially wonderful because there is a strong focus on lush greenery. Paired with stunning blooms, greenery expresses the innate beauty and spirit that is only sensed this time of year. For the bride looking for decor inspiration, here are three types of winter wedding greenery you can use in bridal florals, aisle decorations, and the reception tablescape. All are gorgeous, alluring, and sure to add unforgettable style and personality to your special day.

Dusty Miller

The soft, luxurious texture and frosted hue makes dusty miller a favorite greenery to incorporate in your winter wedding festivities. Regarded for its versatility and charm, the filler works splendidly in bouquets, centerpieces, and aisle arrangements.


Abby & Greg – Bouquet – Liberty Warehouse – Photo by Susan Stripling Photography

Do you have fairytale dreams about floating down the aisle in a glistening gown? Then a bouquet of blush and ivory roses and ranunculus with dusty miller accents is the way to go.


Danielle & Jared – Tibet Rose Hydrangea Lisianthus Garden Rose Dusty Miller Seeded Euc Geranium Low Centerpiece – Ryland Inn NY – by Paul Francis Photography

A low centerpiece featuring white Tibet roses paired with shimmering greenery gives the impression of a fine still life flower painting come to life.


Dusty Miller Wedding Aisle Marker – via

You’ll forever remember walking down the aisle adorned with breathtaking floral markers of peach and white roses and hydrangea and velvety dusty miller.


Silver Dollar Eucalyptus

A top choice all year round, silver dollar eucalyptus is particularly lovely during cold weather celebrations. The greenery has an pleasant silvery undertone that echoes winter’s glittering atmosphere. Paired with wedding floral decor of all kinds, it is a perfect addition for bouquets, centerpieces, and garlands.


Christina & Derek Wedding – Bridal Bouquet – The Foundry LIC – Kevin Markland Photography

Make a statement carrying a natural and voluminous arrangement that marries silver dollar eucalyptus with pale colored roses and anemone down the aisle.


Amanda & Daniel Wedding – Low Centerpiece – Stonebridge Country Club Long Island – by Off Beet Productions

Center the table with a gorgeous low arrangement featuring full blooms accented with silver dollar eucalyptus set under the warm glow of candlelight.


Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Garland – via

For a gorgeous and intimate display, use the greenery as a base for table garland adorned with small arrangements of red and white florals.


Seeded Eucalyptus

Distinguished by clusters of petite, delicate seed pods, seeded eucalyptus adds an air vintage elegance to cold weather weddings.


Lauren & Brett Wedding – Bridal Bouquet Quicksand Roses and Seeded Eucalyptus – The Liberty Warehouse

Radiating enchanted romance, a loose, round bouquet featuring seeded eucalyptus and quicksand roses looks stunning against a wedding gown embellished with beaded detail.


Seeded Eucalyptus Garland – via

The greenery adds surprising texture to garland composed of full red and blush blooms. Finish the presentation with elegant taper candles in gold holders.


Seeded Eucalyptus and Anemone Boutonniere – via

Combine the greenery with an anemone flower to create a one-of-a-kind boutonniere that will make the men in your wedding really stand out!

From sparkling, snowy backdrops to warm candlelit venues to fabulous seasonal florals, winter brides have much to be excited about when it comes to wedding planning. Take advantage of all winter has to offer and use the fresh seasonal greenery available to create your perfect wedding.



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