If you're having a winter wedding, featuring seasonal elements like pinecones and bright-red berries will add a festive touch to your wedding flowers. Another great wintry addition? Fresh-cut evergreen boughs, which add texture as well as a bright pop of green to everything from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the centerpieces. Best of all, they're in season right now and are very affordable, so if you're on a tight budget, swap out some flowers for evergreens and you'll have yourself the perfect winter arrangement.
Winter Wedding Bouquet with Evergreens (above): For a striking, wintry arrangement, surround a cluster of deep-red blooms with fresh-cut evergreen boughs.
Photo: [Aaron Young Photography](http://www.aaronyoungphotography.com/)
Woodsy Wedding Bouquet: Opt for an organic, dramatic look with simple white blooms and lots of textural elements, like ferns, pieris, pinecones, and evergreens.
Photo: [Karen Kristian](http://karenkristian.com//)
Ceremony Decorations: For an indoor ceremony, hang evergreen branches and lights from the ceiling or rafters to create a glowing greenery canopy.
Photo: [Sean Flanigan](http://www.afistfullofbolts.com/)
Escort Cards: For a simple, seasonal display, attach handwritten escort cards to evergreen sprigs.
Photo: [Landon Jacob Photography](http://www.landonjacob.com/)
Chair Decorations: Make your reception chairs stand out by dressing them up with fresh-cut evergreen boughs tied with velvet ribbon.
Photo: [Honey of a Thousand Flowers](http://sarahwinward.com/)
Centerpiece: This rustic centerpiece of privet berries, evergreen boughs, pinecones, roses, peonies, tuberoses, and parrot tulips is perfect for a winter wedding.
Photo: [Jonathan Young Weddings](http://www.jyweddings.com/)
Wedding Favors: Tree saplings wrapped in burlap and tied with twine are an eco-friendly favor idea.
Photo: [Apryl Ann Photography](http://aprylann.com/)
Wedding Cake: Decorate a simple buttercream-frosted cake with freshly cut evergreen sprigs for an elegant-yet-natural look.