Every season has its pros and cons but marrying in winter can be magical! Temps are sure to drop during this special time of year but the creativity factor of your wedding décor doesn’t have to. And it doesn’t mean you have to turn your wedding into a Christmas extravaganza either. With these suggestions, you might pull out ideas you’ve never thought of, or perhaps consider how to implement them in a new and unusual way. Either way, it’s fun to look at spectacular winter centerpieces, if anything, to get your creative juices flowing and your Pinterest boards more crowded.
ALL WHITE WINTER CENTERPIECES
Many winter weddings embrace the snow, featuring all white wedding décor. This is a gorgeous option, and can be done with everything from an abundance of baby’s breath, roses or other white blooms to the use of cotton and other non-floral materials.
If going all white is not your vibe, consider using white and adding a contrasting color of deep purple or a red that pops.
WHITE AND GREEN WINTER CENTERPIECES
Another popular color combo for wedding décor is white and green. One of the wonderful things about this color combo is that it works for all four seasons. So for those of you wanting to stay economical with in-season blooms, a green and white theme can be the practical but no less stunning way to go.
CANDLES AND MIRROR ADD ROMANTIC FLAIR
Candles are always, always romantic and elevate a tablescape, no matter what your décor may be. Introduce mirror, and you have elegance redefined.
Other elements that give a festive, holiday vibe just perfect for the months of winter are adding thistles or berries to your décor. If you’re getting married around the holidays, you can embrace it or avoid it, but adding another element adds texture to your table. For rustic romance, you could also incorporate twigs, branches, moss, or bark. Used along with feminine florals, these add depth and creativity to your décor.
And if you’re still undecided on a locale, here are some wonderful venues for winter weddings.
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