Ideas to Decorate for Your Winter Wedding – Relaxing on fire, ice skating and private walking after the first snow – winter is filled with unforgettable moments, and a magical winter wedding is the perfect reason to add some stunning and romantic touches to your ceremony and reception decorations.
Enter fir and pine cypress branches into your centerpieces and place arrangements for rural affairs, or choose elegant chandeliers and candles for inviting light. Here are some of our favorite winter wedding decorations for celebrations during the cold months.
1. Illuminated Limbs
The market string lights up around the low, twisting the limbs to add a winter twinkle to nature.
2. Snowy Gazebo
Rich and many bouquets of green flowers will add color and warmth to your winter wonderland wedding.
3. Candlelit Ceremony
Scattered candles will give your wedding ceremony space a romantic feeling without looking too excessive.
4. Wedding Wreaths
Decorate your ceremony and reception room with lush wreaths made of cascading vines and cream colored wisteria for a strange touch on your winter affairs.
5. Seasonal Toppers
A pair of golden deer and carefully placed petals is a sweet and cold addition to the white buttercream cake. Serve on top of the cake holder, fill the pieces of wood to complete the arrangement.
6. Peppermint Twist
There is no complete winter wedding without peppermint. Place the candy cane on top of your napkin arrangement and wrap it in pine bouquets for a holiday-themed surprise.
7. Aisle of Candles
Instead of lining your aisle with flowers, try the pillar candles to offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere at your winter wedding ceremony.
8. Elegance in the Rafters
If you say “I dos” in a rural place like a warehouse or cabin, highlight the raw space with an elegant chandelier. Contrasting elements will add an eclectic and romantic feel to the atmosphere.
9. Statement Florals
Winter weddings always feel a little more formal. Want your centerpieces to spin? Go out and place a dome-shaped flower arrangement in a vase soaring at your reception desk.
10. Hot Chocolate Bar
Forget the ice cream bar (or add!) – your guests will love warm food after dinner. Prepare hot chocolate with marshmallows, candy spoons and extra chocolate toppings that will make your guests comfortable all night.
What do you think of these amazing winter decoration ideas? These ideas to decorate for your winter wedding are from The Knot.