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Citrus Fruits in Winter Centerpieces

I am always giddy to see what Sarah of Honey of a Thousand Flowers has in store for us. She always brings the freshest wedding ideas in flower arrangements. Today it’s all about citrus fruits in winter centerpieces, adding a pop of color to whites and greens.

winter citrus centerpieces

From Sarah: I love an outdoor summer wedding as much as the next person, but I love a cozy winter wedding too. Winter weddings are more elegant and ornate by nature because they are usually indoors, but you can still have flowers that feel lighthearted. Citrus fruit is available on the stem to your florist in the winter months, and it is a wonderful addition to your floral décor. All shapes, sizes and colors are available, but my favorites are in the orange family… clementines, kumquats, mandarins, Satsuma, tangerine, just to name a few. Use them in your flowers, on your escort table, or as place card holders.

citrus winter centerpieces

citrus winter centerpieces

citrus winter centerpieces


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I think winter bride’s should embrace the wonderful evergreen foliage that is available in the season. It comes in all shapes and textures, and many colors too. My favorite are the nice soft blues like this Arizona cypress. It feels season appropriate, but not like Christmas.

Inspiration board credits, clockwise: evergreens by Matthew Lions via Pinterest; Kumquat via Pinterest; feather wreath via Pinterest; pine trees via Pinterest

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