10 Non-Floral Bouquets for Winter Weddings

If you're getting married in the winter, you can generally expect to receive big discounts from most of your vendors during this less-popular season. The exception — your florist. While you can save big by choosing in-season blooms, you still may not find as many budget-friendly options as spring or summer brides. Lately, we've seen many winter brides eschewing flowers altogether and choosing keepsake bouquets instead. Here, some of our favorite ideas. 


Using pinecones is a wonderful way to reflect the season. Add some pine branches, wheat, or flowers carved from birch to fill out the bouquet. 

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pinecones bouquet
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pinecones bouquet
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Vintage brooches look so lovely when gathered into a bouquet. 

brooch bouquet
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brooch bouquet
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Get the look of a brooch bouquet for less by using beads instead. 

beads bouquet
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Strands of crystal resembling icicles are a perfect fit a winter wonderland weddingcrystal bouquet
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String together pretty pearls in a single hue. 

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Mix buttons with fabric flowers, pearls, and brooches for a more sophisticated take on a button bouquet. 

button bouquet
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Perfect for a holiday wedding, this ornament bouquet is a cinch to make. 

ornament bouquet
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Book Pages

Create paper flowers from your favorite love story for a special keepsake. 

book bouquet
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Feathers give off a wonderfully retro vibe. 

feather bouquet
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peacock feather bouquet
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Dreaming of a peony bouquet? We love this vintage-inspired fabric version. 

fabric bouquet
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Tell us: Would you consider a non-floral bouquet?

—Kristen O'Gorman Klein