When planning a winter wedding you’ll want to embrace the season, rather than ignore it.

Winter wedding décor ideas

Winter weddings can be beautiful and elegant. Choose from many different winter décor ideas to create the wedding of your dreams. When planning a winter wedding you’ll want to embrace the season, rather than ignore it. The best winter weddings are those that really take on the theme of winter in some fashion. Here are some great winter wedding décor ideas.

Snowflakes are the perfect winter theme. They are perfect, beautiful, and elegant all at once. Snowflakes instantly transform the room and transport guests to another world. One of the main advantages of using snowflakes is that they are readily available on everything from hanging decorations to candles and everything in-between. Plus, you can create the snowflake theme using white along with almost any other colour you prefer. 

Like snowflakes, angels are found almost everywhere. They lend themselves to an elegant and somewhat religious theme. Angels can be used everywhere in the decor including in the place cards, the centrepieces, and on the wedding cake. Angels can be white, gold, silver, or any colour you like. You can use them as an added touch to create a more elegant and wintery feeling to the room. Use angels for place cards that each guest can take with. Angel cookies make great desserts or items for the sweets table.

The colours of red and green almost always conjure up the feeling of winter. Traditional Christmas colours, red and green combine to create a very holiday feel to the wedding. Use potted Poinsettias to create warmth and elegance and the plants can double as favours for guests. Use deep green and rich red to make an elegant look and to avoid a cartoony feel to the room.

Create the setting of old Victorian charm. Use lace and candles to make the room feel like you’re travelling back in time to old England. Use Yule logs as centrepieces and add some old fashioned holiday trees to make the place look and feel like a step back in time. For a fun touch, ask your photographer to take old time photos by using a Victorian backdrop and sepia tones.

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