Though pinecones are not technically flowers (though their flower-like structure does contain seeds) they can certainly be used for winter weddings in place of flowers. Their rustic charm is perfect for woodland weddings and their versatility makes them easy to incorporate into your décor. They can be used in wreaths, as seating card holders, in hair crowns, bouquets, centerpieces, and even chandeliers! They’re also affordable (or free if you collect them yourself) which makes them great for DIY weddings. Adding a dusting of sparkle to your pinecones makes for an extra festive look, perfect for winter weddings around the holidays.
Wreath: NH Woods Creations / Cake: Martha Stewart Weddings / Chandelier: BHG / Pinecone Card Holders: Fairy Folk Weddings / Earrings: A Pocket of Posies / Hair Crown: Violette & Iris / Pinecone Ceremony: Pastries by Vreeke / Stamp: Norajane / Pinecone Bouquet: Pastries by Vreeke / Bridesmaid Bouquets: Honey of A Thousand Flowers / Pinecone Sparkle Bouquet: Pinterest