Call us hopeless romantics, but we are in love with the idea of a winter wedding. Winter weddings can be truly magical. A winter wonderland with snowscapes, open fires, hot chocolate toasts, twinkling lights, and maybe even a bit of holiday festiveness.
For a winter wedding, opt for natural seasonal details to showcase warmth. Start with the venue: Choose one that has elements in place that fit with the look you want, such as a view of the snowy mountains. Then layer in some greenery, flowers and candles to compliment the venue.
*Photos from Huffington Post, Domino and Style me pretty
Using a mixture of delicate and luxurious textures, and a moody color palette with pops of white, will create the perfect balance between elegance and romance. Fur accessories are the epitome of winter wedding glam. You can also have some fur pillows and throws to keep guests cozy.
*Photo from Junebug Weddings
Deep, rich hues are a bit too dark for the summer months, but they add the perfect amount of romance for winter. We love the idea of lots of greenery paired with wine colored blooms.
* Photos from Junebug Weddings, Domino, Brit & Co
A winter wedding calls for a fire and the snacks that go along with it. Whether it’s indoors or outside, guests will love keeping cozy by a fire while cooking up some smores!
* Deer Pearl Flowers
Rustic cakes are having a moment right now, especially the naked cake. Garnish with red berries, or a simple arrangement of twigs, and this idea is perfect for a winter wedding.
* Photo from Storyboard wedding
We hope this gave you some inspiration for your winter wedding wonderland!