15 Flowers in Season in December


Wedding in winters are absolutely magical! Weddings are graced with different flowers in season, especially December onwards. From red to orange, yellow and pink – there's a wide variety of wedding flowers to choose from. So, checkout the list of 15 different flowers in winter season for your wedding floral arrangement.

15 Popular Wedding Flowers in Season in December


Bells of Ireland

These bright green colored flowers resemble a bell, hence the name bells of Ireland. These flowers have become a popular choice among wedding planners and decorators who choose it due to its beautiful color and longevity – making it ideal for table centerpieces and décor in general.



These flowers are available throughout the year. Hence, they are perfect for those who want classic floral options for their winter wedding. One can choose from white, pale yellow, purple, pink and salmon pink to name a few. Coincidentally, carnation flower is also the flower of the month for January.



Vastly popular as the Christmas time flower, poinsettia has been one of the most popular flowers in season in December. You can choose this bright red colored flower for venue décor or for bouquets. Brides can also choose from the offbeat colors, such as purple, orange and marble.



Available in a wide variety, daffodil is commonly used for wedding floral arrangements. One can find an array of colorful daffodil, such as orange, yellow, red, pink and even green. This small flower is often misunderstood for tulip, another suitable wedding flower.



Tulip flowers have been long used in floral arrangements, especially for weddings. Available throughout the winter season, it can be found in almost every color – from red to pink, purple and yellow to even black. It is a classic wedding flower option that you can choose from.



This beautiful flower from South Africa resembles a lily (although only distantly linked to it) and is widely available in the winter months. It's one of the best flowers in season December, available in different colors, such as white, pink, salmon pink and red, which you can choose for your bouquet as an alternate to lily.



Anemone is mostly available in basic colors, such as white, purple, yellow, pink and red. This is a petite flower with black center that makes it one of the top choices of contemporary wedding floral arrangements. However, it is best to use them in centerpieces as the flowers will not dry up quickly.



This blossom comes from a flowering shrub. Due to its longevity and lush bright pink color petals, camellia remains as one of the most admired flower choices for brides. It is not just the flower, the leaves of camellia are also extensively used in décor arrangements.


Star of Bethlehem

Named after the Star of Bethlehem, this star shaped flower is among popular blooming flowers in season December. It is a white flower that gravitates towards light naturally and can stay fresh for up to 3 weeks in vase. With its subtle color and yellow accents, this flower is a classic choice for weddings.


Sweet Pea

This fragrant flower is available in an array of colors, such as hot pink, white, red and purple to name a few. They are also available in ombre effect with two colors. Despite its petite size, it is broadly used in floral arrangements for weddings and is also normally woven into corsages.



This flower may have got its name from its bright yellow color, but it is also widely available in other colors such as red, white, orange, pink and yellow. These are a great alternate for stereotypical wedding flowers such as rose, which tend to be expensive during winters.


Wax Flower

This small flower blooms abundantly in winter season and because of its small size, it's used as fillers in floral arrangements for wedding. The stems are usually wood-like and the flower has a mild citrus fragrance. Usually, the wax flower is available in pastel colors, such as white, pale pink, lavender and green.


Calla Lily

Another flower resembling lily, calla is famous due to its contemporary white accents that are most suitable for minimal wedding floral arrangements. Although they can be used for bridal and bridesmaids bouquet, its size is best suited for the floral decoration and centerpieces – away from humans (it's poisonous).



Among wedding flowers in season December, Gardenia remains one of the most beautiful and subtle floral options. The flower petals are clustered and mostly found in white color – ideal for wedding bouquet with strong sweet scent.



Also known as tulip gentian and texas bluebell, lisianthus is widely available in purple, pink, blue, white and even red and yellow. Another species of lisianthus with ombre effects is widely used in wedding floral arrangements, where they are clustered together.