Winter floral bridal shower invitations and themes are trending! If you’re planning a celebration for the bride-to-be in the winter, there’s more than just ice and snow. Find out what we think are the best floral wedding shower invites for winter in this post. Be sure to subscribe for the latest to your inbox!
Can you plan a bridal shower in the winter? Yes!
Can you plan a winter wedding shower with a floral theme? Absolutely!
If you’re planning a bridal shower this winter but you need some fresh inspiration, look no further than this blog post. You know, winter wedding showers aren’t always about ice, snow, and winter wonderland. There are plenty of fresh, bloom-filled designs, too!
And coming from a girl who loves the Midwest, I do like my fair share of winter but c’mon, winter flowers? Floral patterns with icy blue petals? Those are just as lovely, particularly when you’re planning a beautiful wedding shower in the winter months!
Today we’re answering a question from Rachelle, a bride-to-be’s mom who is looking for winter floral bridal shower invitations. Floral is one of the January bridal shower themes she is considering but she’s stumped: where can you find winter floral invitations for wedding showers?
“Dear Emmaline, I need help with January bridal shower themes. My daughter is planning a late February wedding with a Winter Wonderland theme and I’m throwing a shower in early January. I don’t want the same theme to interfere with her wedding, and I want something with flowers. Do you have any tips on winter floral bridal shower invitations? Is there such a thing? Thank you!”
Great questions, Rachelle, and thanks so much for writing! The good news is, yes, there are certainly plenty of great ideas and themes for January bridal showers that borrow elements of winter without all the snow and ice. Floral designs and deep, rich colors are very much in for winter wedding showers and we have the invitations to prove it. :)
I love how you explained in your question, too, about your daughter’s Winter Wonderland theme (and not wanting to overstep into her space). What a great idea! Keeping her theme separate from the bridal shower is ideal and won’t outshine what she has planned for decor and invitations coming up for her winter wonderland wedding.
Now, on to your question: what kind of winter floral wedding shower invitations are there? Are winter floral invites a thing? You bet they are and I keep finding new ones to love, to be honest.
When it comes to planning a wedding shower in the winter, it can seem like most are wintry-filled landscapes or winter wonderland themes. But that’s not necessarily true: there are some exceptionally beautiful winter invitation cards that go against the grain and focus on a seasonal floral design instead and incorporate a wintry color palette.
Winter Bridal Shower Colors
For a winter bridal shower, consider shades of blue, silver, grey, or green; mauve or blush are also popular choices. Then, wrap it all up with a pop of gold or silver foil as a rich metallic.
Winter Bridal Shower Invitations
To show you what we mean, we are rounding-up the best bridal shower invitations for winter with special emphasis on floral patterns. We spotted these at Minted: they make it easy to sort invites by color, theme, and even season. But you don’t have to stop there: you can take your design one step further by adding gold, silver, or blue foil accents, which really sets them apart (and makes them shine!) for the winter months.
Plus, you can even get matching envelopes that are addressed for you (free!) with your order. Talk about taking another to-do off of your list! ;)
These invitations are easy to customize for your wedding shower and will be a delight for guests to open. I hope you’ll find something in this list that is perfect for your daughter’s bridal shower.
Winter Floral Bridal Shower Invitations
Let’s kick off the list with an invite that I think *may* be the one you decide on picking ultimately. It’s one of the prettiest winter floral bridal shower invitations around!
1. Winter Garden
This invitation is called Romantic Garden and I can’t think of a more perfect palette of colors than rich blues and whites for a winter bridal shower. By Yaling Hou Suzuki.
2. Rich Floral
These colors are beautiful for a late fall / early winter shower. By Kate Ahn.
3. Subdued Florals
A pattern this pretty is perfect for a bridal shower! The sprinkling of gold makes it extra magical with little pops of gold foil. By Phrosne Ras.
This rich and illustrative pattern is perfect for a bridal shower invitation card featuring delicate florals, branches, and rich gold foil. By Phrosne Ras.
5. Icy Blue Floral
This invitation is brimming with a gorgeous floral pattern, an icy blue color palette, and lots of greenery! I love this style by Chris Griffith.
While this next one isn’t technically a winter wedding shower invitation WITH florals, it is worth noting because of how lovely it looks! The succulent pattern and greenery really combine to form a beautiful card for your upcoming event. By Susan Moyal.
7. Botanial Ring
An invitation with a bold and rich color palette and flowers — like this one — is very striking! Beautiful design by Susan Moyal.
8. Dusty Blue
The invitation card is named Autumn, but I think this palette works exceptionally well for winter wedding showers with a floral theme throughout. By Megan Cash.
9. Gold Florals
And last but not least, this elegant white and gold card is perfect for any time of year! I think it’s especially perfect for a winter bridal shower invitation with floral patterns up-front and center. By Chocomocacino.
Where to Buy Winter Floral Bridal Shower Invites
Now that you’ve seen some of our favorites, it’s time to browse more in the collection (or start customizing one you see on this list!) You can click here to shop more in the bridal shower invites collection, sort by color, season, theme, shape, and size.
If you see an invite on this list you’d like to customize now, just click on the photo of it (or the link directly underneath it) and it will take you directly to the card itself so you can start designing.
Thanks so much for writing, Rachelle! I hope it helps!
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