One of the highlights of winter is the abundance of fresh citrus fruits at the market — their sweet flavors and bright hues help brighten even the dreariest of days. Citrus are also plentiful this time of the year at the flower market, which means they're the perfect accompaniment to a winter wedding palette. Here are a few of our favorite ways to incorporate citrus into your wedding flowers.
Cocktail-Table Centerpiece (above): Decorate your cocktail-hour tables with these charming centerpieces of garden roses, jasmine, ranunculuses, scabiosa, and pieris.
Photo: [Paige Jones Photography](http://paigejones.us/)
Table Runner: Another affordable table décor idea would be to skip the individual centerpieces in favor of table runners fashioned from fresh greenery and citrus fruits.
Photo: [Michael Radford Photography](http://www.michaelradfordphotography.com/)
Table Décor: This vibrant, citrus-hued tablescape features a bright centerpiece accented with fresh citrus, as well as a sprig of kumquats displayed at each guest's place setting.
White Centerpiece: A crisp, all-white centerpiece palette is perfectly clean, modern, and refreshing; a few citrus accents add just the right amount of zing.
Photo: [Jenna Bechtholt](http://www.jennabechtholt.com/)
Peach Centerpiece: Accent a peaches-and-cream palette (featuring Juliet garden roses and majolica spray roses) with a citrus accents to brighten up the table.
Photo: [Kate Osborne Photography](http://kateosbornephotography.com/)
Boutonniere: Embellish your groom's lapel with a colorful boutonniere of kumquats, olive leaves, and euphorbia.
Bridal Bouquet: This rustic bridal bouquet by Asrai Garden in Chicago featured dahlias, roses, grasses, blueberry branches, and kumquats.