10 winter wedding centerpieces that make a statement
Prepare to wow your guests with these winter wedding centerpieces
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There’s something to be said about winter weddings: between the glamorous yet cozy dusting of snow and the slight (or, significant) chill in the air, planning a snowy winter wonderland of a wedding gives way to a whole catalog of magical themes and decorations and centerpieces that wouldn’t quite hit the same way come spring or summer time.
Shopping for the right winter wedding centerpiece to complete your theme? Whether you’re looking for something to suit your farmhouse wedding vision board—or you want something a little more glamorous and contemporary, we’ve rounded up some of the best winter wedding centerpieces for all styles and budgets. From snow-dusted eucalyptus to classic red roses and candlesticks, we bet you’ll find your winter wonderland tablescape from these ten ideas below.
1. A cottage core-inspired eucalyptus and willow leaf garland
White flowers and eucalyptus seamlessly integrate into an existing winter wedding tablescape thanks to the cool colorway and neutral appeal of natural foliage. Available in eight colors, this nine-foot string of garland is crafted from high-quality silk leaves, making it long enough to act as a layered centerpiece—but can also easily span the length of the sweetheart table. That is if you’re hoping to keep your centerpieces cohesive across the guest and bridal party tables.
2. This rustic pine and glitter-covered bouquet
This gorgeous pine and cotton bouquet is rustic enough to work for farmhouse or cottage core-inspired weddings, but the slight dusting of glitter will also work for more glamorous wedding themes. The flower bucket bouquets are available in two sizes and sold in sets of two: you can choose between two large, two small, or mixing and matching to create a more visually interesting tablescape design.
3. A whimsical array of cedar, wildflowers, and eucalyptus
Sometimes a little can go a long way—and that’s certainly the case with this bundle of loose artificial greenery and cedar. The neutral colorway and abundance of textures look great on their own—but also lends itself well to white candles, gold accents, and further the woodland-inspired accessories like decorative natural wood slices and coasters.
4. This collection of farmhouse-inspired berry wreath candle rings
If an abundance of candles flickering throughout dinner and toasts is high on your wedding vision board, you’ll want to take a closer look at these farmhouse-inspired berry wreath candle rings. They are totally adjustable and can fit any size—or sizes—of candles and add an elegant touch to raw white candles without venturing into tacky territory.
5. This glamorous silver and crystal candelabra
A hint of glitz and glamour goes a long way in a winter wedding—and this vintage-inspired silver and crystal candelabra might be the touch of glam you’re after. The sparkling design will allow your tea light candles to twinkle into the evening thanks to the woven crystal finish, while the reflective silver body will gently bounce light across the rest of the tablescape.
6. A pretty pine and cedar bouquet lightly dusted in sparkling snow
Designed in a white and gold mercury glass container, this elegant pine and cedar bouquet offers a subtle nod to the winter months thanks to the elegant dusting of snow on each leaf and flower. The woodland-inspired tabletop decoration might be prominent with artificial foliage, but each and every leaf was crafted to look as realistic as possible—your guests will never know you went faux, trust us.
7. This moody bouquet of deep purple and blue peonies
Darker-hued and Gothic-inspired weddings are some of the most gorgeous winter weather wedding themes—and this moody deep purple and blue bouquet will act as the perfect crossover between Gothic and glamorous. The silk peonies come in a pre-curated bouquet and can easily be popped into a vase for a super easy centerpiece solution, but they’re also very easy to pull apart and customize to suit your specific vision.
8. This practical collection of real wax candles with artificial wicks
Candlelight is a gorgeous addition to any wedding centerpiece—but using real candles can be an unnecessary stress and safety hazard, especially if you know your friends and family will get a little rowdy and loose as the evening goes on. This gilded collection of flameless candles is actually crafted from real wax, which gives the impression of real candles—from melting wax to flickering wick—without the fire hazard.
9. A set of contemporary gold candlestick holders
If an Art Deco-inspired wedding is what you’re after, you’ll want to consider this collection of tapered candlestick holders. The gilded candle stands will look glamorous and sophisticated on your tablescape, but they’re subtle enough to bring home after the wedding is over and use on your own dining room table. Amazon sells these candlesticks as a set of nine pieces, including three small, three medium, and three tall candlesticks, allowing you to layer your candlelight for a more interesting effect.
10. This gorgeous box of loose red roses
Classic red roses will never go out of style—and if you’re looking to go full romance on your tablescape, this collection of loose red roses will do the trick. The vibrant buds are crafted from a high-quality latex foam material that gives each flower a bouncy, blooming look that can easily be mistaken for the real deal. You’ll also want to note that each flower comes with an eight-inch stem that can easily be cut off if you’re hoping to arrange the flowers loose on your table.
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