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Tis the Season

Having a Winter Wedding? Winter is a magical season for anyone planning their wedding!
 
 
Here are some wintry ideas for your Winter Wedding
 
 
  • Wedding colors:
Transform your celebration into a Wintry Wonderland with cool blues, shimmery metallics, and whites.
 
Silver and white with crystal accents can add some serious glamor to your Winter Wedding.
 
For an unexpected look choose magenta, olive green, and plum!
  • Centerpieces:
Candelabras and lush arrangements of white flowers and dusty miller
 
Winter is the season to go crazy with crystals because it adds an ice factor
 
To heighten the drama, bring in the icy outdoors with ice-carved vases
 
Vases with tall winter-white branches and hanging crystals
 
Candles…Candles…and more Candles!
 
Bark vases
Get bark vases for centerpieces.
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  • Match your invitations to the climate or throw in a touch of nature

Match your invitations to the climate.Or throw in a touch of nature.

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  • Seasonal flowers include: Anemones, amaryllis, hellebores, tulips, nerines, gladioluses
Use pine cones, feathers, berries, and/or succulents in your floral arrangements
 
  • Make a statement with a big cozy coat!
There's absolutely no shame in wearing a wedding dress with a big cozy coat.

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  • A winter cocktail hour calls for warm, comforting drinks!
Tis the season for champagne and sparkling wine! Champagne and sparkling wine-based cocktails add a festive, celebratory note to a winter wedding!
 
Saketinis (Japanese rice wine and sweet-flavored vodka)
 
Warm apple cider
 
Eggnog
 
Warm mulled wine
 
  •  To go with the warm and comforting cocktails its very sensible to serve substantial soups, stews and hearty puddings during the winter!
  • Winter flavor: Gingerbread
You can incorporate it in a variety of ways from your signature cocktail or even your wedding cake. For a wedding favor you can give out little gingerbread men cookies!
 
  • Cake:

Play up the season with a white, vintage-style cake, dusted with edible silver powder.

Art Deco-inspired, with gold accents

Put your cake on a log

Put your cake on a log.

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  • Treat your guests to a s’mores bar, caramel apple bar, or a hot chocolate bar!

Treat your guests to a s'mores bar.

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Or a caramel apple bar.

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Or a hot chocolate bar.

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  • Instead of signing a traditional guestbook have guests sign a guest quilt!

Guest Quilt

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  • Winter favors:
Pine cone candles

Pine Cone Candles

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Cup cozies

Cup Cozies

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Gloves

Gloves

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With these ideas I hope your Winter Wedding is beautiful, breathtaking and romantic!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sources:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/alannaokun/cold-weather-weddings

http://wedding.theknot.com/real-weddings/winter-weddings/articles/10-new-winter-wedding-ideas.aspx

https://www.weddingideasmag.com/tag/winter-weddings/

http://www.longisland.com/articles/10-19-13/5-of-our-favorite-winter-wedding-ideas.html

http://www.brides.com/wedding-ideas/wedding-style/winter-wedding-ideas

 

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