Photo: Lane Dittoe
Amaryllises are starting to come into season right now, making them the perfect choice for fall and winter weddings. The blooms come in a wide range of colors and sizes, from crisp white to pale pink and deep orange to rich burgundy. Some varieties even feature striped and variegated petals, which are always incredibly striking. The dramatic blooms have very showy, trumpet-like petal; the flowers look stunning on their own, as well as mixed with other blooms and fresh greenery for added texture and depth. If you love amaryllises like we do, check out some of our favorite ways to feature them in your wedding arrangements.
Coral Amaryllis Bridal Bouquet (above): This lush and romantic bouquet mixes amaryllis stems with garden roses, calla lilies, Dutch tulips, dusty miller, peonies, ranunculuses, and pieris.
Photo: Studio Eleven Weddings
Peach Amaryllis Bouquet: This pretty arrangement features amaryllis blooms mixed with textured elements like dahlias, hypericum berries, clear-glass ornaments (how perfect would this be for a winter wedding?), and a wooly wrap around the bouquet handle.
Photo: Christian Oth Studio
White Amaryllis Bouquet: Large, showy amaryllis blooms in crisp white make an utterly elegant statement.
Photo: Tim Co. Photographers
Candy Cane Amaryllis Bridesmaid Bouquet: Variegated amaryllis blossoms are stunning simply on their own.
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White Amaryllis Bridal Bouquet: Snowberries and fresh greenery add depth to this striking amaryllis bridesmaid bouquet.
Photo: Tec Petaja
Cocktail Table Arrangements: Cluster smaller amaryllis arrangements throughout the reception, like on lounge tables and at the cocktail bar.
Photo: Dana Cubbage Weddings
Pink Amaryllis Centerpiece: These pretty flowers also mix well with other blooms, like lisanthuses, astilble, and dusty miller. Arrange them in a simple mason jar for a simple spring centerpiece.
Photo: Tyler James Photography
Orange Centerpieces: For a dramatic look, arrange clusters of different blossoms in the same color palette on a single reception table. Here, we have amaryllises alongside vases of roses, carnations, and poppies.
Photo: Chaz CruzPhotography
Deep Red Centerpieces: This incredibly pretty burgundy variety looks gorgeous paired with red flowering branches.