Why do you want to have a winter wedding? Something has most certainly influenced your decision to attend this year's festival season. Maybe it's the holiday cheer, perhaps it's the falling snowflake, or it's her desire. But, even if the weather is dreadful outside, a delightful and warm wedding is on the rise. Scroll through the ideas below to bring her dreamy winter wedding to life.
1. Enthusiastic wedding palette
Add a touch of holiday cheer that fits the delightful seasonal atmosphere, so the classic palette of red and green is perfect. From Burgundy to ruby, various shades of red could offer you different dimensions and textures. You can apply it to both decorations and ensembles. And an attractive way to achieve dreamy matching is by combining similar seasonal blooms in your bouquets. A richly hued bouquet in burgundy and green looks so stunning against your white wedding dress.
2. Illuminate with fairylight
Illuminate the winter and her heart with fairylight! Consider dangling them from the ceiling, hanging them from trees, or using them to line paths. You can also employ them in the table decoration, making an exquisite combination with the aisle to enjoy a whimsical wonderland. It creates such a romantic backdrop when it comes to the wedding venue and it’s a wonderful selfie backdrop for the guests too. If your location can handle a wall of fairylights, it truly transforms the atmosphere.
3. Showcase seasonal bouquets
Besides the holiday combination of Burgundy and evergreens, there are also other unexpected flowers available when the temperature drops. You can always find blooms like roses, tulips and anemones, and fill them with berries or dusty millers. Natural colors are striking this most beautiful time of the year because they reflect the snowy landscape. Spread so much cheer and best wishes to the guests by choosing a vibrant bouquet.
4. Serve up seasonal flavors
How could a winter wedding party be without hot cocoa? Showcase your creative ideas on your hot cocoa DIY station. Decorate it with greenery garland or blooms matching with your wedding theme, and add some calligraphic design to dress it. You can also prepare some gingerbread, peppermint or salted caramel, so guests can customize their own drink. Use some subtle elements to bring the holiday season into your wedding cake. Consider embellishing it with a seasonal knitted texture, topped with pinecones and evergreens. Opt for gold ribbons to really complete the pop and stunning look.
5. Put on proper clothing
Perhaps the freezing temperatures dissuade you from having an outdoor winter wedding, but there is a way to complete the aesthetic while staying comfortable. From capes, high necklines, rich fabrics to long sleeves, these elements will have you feeling like an ice princess on her big day. Of course, chic fluffy stoles, unique weddind rings, silk jackets, fur toppers and sweaters are the more flexible choice for an elegant look. You don’t want to freeze, and neither do your bridesmaids. Stop them from shivering by preparing some cozy accessories for them.