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15 Beautiful January Wedding Flowers to Drive Away the Winter Chills

Some people think that the winter is not a suitable moment for a wedding, but they might want to reconsider that. There are plenty of winter wedding ideas a happy couple can use to create an unforgettable winter wonderland. Today we are going to have a look at some beautiful January wedding flowers that will turn your event into a magical one.

January Wedding Flowers that Will Convince You to Have a Winter Wedding

1. Roses

If, for example, you love the way peonies look like, you can replace them for a January wedding with garden roses. Peonies are available only at the end of spring and during summer. You can still have them shipped to you during winter, but the price may be quite high, and you’ll have limited options to choose from. Meanwhile, the garden roses have the same ruffled aspect with full flowers. Moreover, they are quite large, so you can enjoy a beautiful fluffy bouquet. Luckily, there is an impressive array of colors, from pink to vermillion and anything you may want.

2. Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas may be a little old-fashioned, but they are a star among the winter weddings. It has a cluster of blooms with flat petals. The large bulbous flower head is suitable for a perfect bouquet of January wedding flowers. Even if you want to have a smaller bouquet, you can thread smaller ones through. Alternatively, you can use individual florets and wire them together. Among the seasonal shades we can count pure white, blushed green, blue, pink, purple, burgundy, etc.

3. Lotus

Quite an unexpected presence among the winter wedding flowers, the lotus is sacred in the Hindu cultures. It is perfect for an exotic bouquet if you want to be original and impress all your wedding guests. They are to be found only for a couple of weeks, but it’s worth the trouble if you want to complete a perfect wedding. The shades you can use are lemon, white, and pink, and the petals form a large bloom. It’s a majestic flower that complements your event with a godly scent.

4. Calla Lilies

Lilies are preferred for winter weddings because they have a modern, yet elegant look. They are at their best starting in late winter and all through the early spring. They are available in several colors, but many brides prefer the white variety. It matches both their wedding and the décor of the winter wonderland, but this can be a good reason to go for other colors as well.

5. Ranunculus

The best moment for using ranunculus is at a winter wedding. They are some of the best options for January wedding flowers because they peak between January and May. An interesting reason for which many brides choose to include ranunculus in their bouquets is the fact that roses get more expensive in February. That’s when it’s ranunculus’ time to shine, with its beautiful and delicate petals. You can also find it under the name of buttercups. Lastly, you can choose between red, pink, yellow, orange, or white flowers.

6. Amaryllis

If you are up to make a significant impact at your wedding and want to choose a great flower, try to look at amaryllis. Usually, this plant comes with 2 – 5 large blossoms that have a trumpet shape. It suits a wedding bouquet because it has a long stalk, so you can adjust it however you want. It originally grows in the rainforests of Africa, as well as South America. There are plenty of shades available, from pale green, yellow, white, red, salmon, and pink. They are quite rare, so you may need to pay a little for more them, but they last a lot and are very dramatic.

7. Tuberose

Tuberoses are elegant blooms, which makes them some great January wedding flowers. They come with some waxy star shape blooms that appear all the way on the elongated stem. The scent is an important factor to consider when deciding on these flowers. Tuberoses have been used for centuries now as a base note in plenty of floral perfumes. The smell can become quite intoxicating, so you might not want to overdo it at your wedding. You can use the entire flower for the bouquet, but you can also use individual cream florets for the buttonholes or hair flowers.

8. Stephanotis

Another original choice for a January wedding bouquet is Stephanotis, also called Madagascar Jasmine. If you haven’t heard about it until now, you should know that it’s a trailing vine with a trumpet-shaped flower. It has a sweet perfume, which is yet another reason to consider it for your winter wonderland wedding. The flowers are some waxy star ones, and the green foliage is quite robust. At its best, you can make the foliage look wild and cascading if this is the aspect you are looking for. A good alternative is to use individual blooms and add them to buttonholes.

9. Kangaroo Paw

The rather weird name of this flower comes from the fact that it looks like the paw of the famous Australian mammal. Although this is mostly used in January in Australia, you can still have it shipped to you in case you’re not finding it anywhere else and want to get out of the box with the event. It is suitable for a bouquet that contains other wildflowers as well. The colors of the sweet furls of this plant go from pink to cream, red, bright yellow, gray, green and black.

10. Queen Anne’s Lace

If you’re looking for a delicate flower to balance the bright colors in your wedding bouquet, Queen Anne’s lace is a perfect choice. It’s dainty and delicate, having a cluster of small cream blooms, paired with ethereal buds. Usually, people use it mixed into sweet posies for a softer look. However, you can leave them long and languid if you want to obtain a more organic feel for a vintage wedding, for instance.

11. Winter Greenery

Contrary to what one might expect, winter greenery is a good replacement for January wedding flowers. For those who want a seasonal and shimmery touch, it’s a good idea to mix together other plants, such as:

  • Seeded eucalyptus;
  • Silver dollar eucalyptus;
  • Dusty miller.

They have a more subtle and delicate look than the typical forest green holly, which everybody uses. Other good suggestions would be hypericum and pepper berries.

12. Tulips

For those who want to grow their January wedding flowers themselves, you need to know that tulips are some of the easiest flowers you can grow. Luckily, they don’t need too many things, and they’re a perfect choice for a cool wedding. The clean, strong lines they exhibit are more suitable for a modern wedding. If you don’t like their simplistic look, then you can choose some frilled or fringed varieties as focal points of the arrangements.

13. Carnations

You can’t really call carnations January wedding flowers since they’re available year-round, but they certainly deserve to be included on this list. They are available for a low cost and have a relatively spicy scent. Plus, they come in a variety of shades, from yellow, pink, red, and orange to purple or bicolor varieties. In fact, many florists prefer to add sprays of miniature carnations to the weddings. They’re also a good solution if you’re running out of ideas for your winter wonderland wedding centerpieces.

14. Anemones

This is one of the plants that are very appreciated as winter wedding flowers. However, if you decide to use anemones for your big day, you need to pay a little more attention than usual. Right after they’re cut, they are extremely thirsty. As such, it’s better to keep them in a vase with water, instead of a floral foam setting. Many brides who want to have dark accents at their wedding choose to use them in contrast to their bridal dresses. Moreover, there is a huge array of colors available, from pink, purple, and blue to white and red. The black center they have makes for a nice contrast regardless of other colors you may use.

 

15. Camellia

Camellia flowers have an exquisite beauty, which makes them perfect for January wedding flowers. They enjoy an impressive longevity, which is why many people still have the flowers planted by their grandparents, for example. They are good choices for using greenery as well, having waxy and shiny green leaves. Some brides even decide to use the leaves alone, without including the flowers in their wedding arrangements. Regardless of what you choose, camellias are guaranteed to bring a touch of timeless elegance to your big day event.

Conclusion

There is a common misconception that there aren’t many options to choose if you’re looking for January wedding flowers. However, as you can see from the list above, there are plenty of ideas that fit every budget and every taste. From ranunculus to kangaroo’s paw, camellias, anemones or the classical roses, you have plenty of choices to create your wedding bouquet or to decorate the tables and the surroundings.

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Bonnie Enos

I spend my time in my garden trying to create the greatest outdoor space possible. My garden is my happy place and where you will always find me on a nice day. I take my experience and share it here for you to read!

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