Now that December is upon us, it is time for Winter Weddings! The season of merriment begins in December, celebrations abound in January and love continues on through February. If you are a Winter bride, we want to share these Winter Wedding Ideas with you to help make your special day its most memorable.
Let’s start with these Color Palettes to inspire your Winter Wedding…They are perfect for December, January, and February events.
These chilly months require fashionable choices for the bride and her bridesmaids to keep warm while also looking chic! How about luxe faux fur stoles? Or cashmere pashminas in the colors of your wedding? These accessories also make wonderful gifts for your attendants that they can wear again.
The Groom and Groomsmen also want to look their best. Winter weddings don’t need to rely on flowers for their lapels to shine. Details of the season can spruce up their boutonnieres and make them dapper for the day!
Your wedding reception tables should set the mood for your Winter wedding and stay in keeping with the season too! We love the idea of yarn details on a tablescape. This idea not only has a rustic vibe but gives a feeling of coziness too! Or how about glittery sparkle to highlight and shine like ice crystals under candlelight? And for a February wedding, awe your guests with long tables decorated with florals from pale pink to a deep red giving the illusion of an ombre wave of color!
Are you and your Groom loving the idea of Signature Cocktails at your wedding? We love these Winter themed drinks for you and guests to enjoy. Not only do they keep in tune with the spirit of Winter months, but also have a joy in their seasonality!
Lastly, let’s focus on your wedding guests. Treat your loved ones to special favors which are both useful and unique to the Winter months. If you want some DIY ideas, here are a couple! Fill mason jars with hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows for your guests to take home. We know they will think of you as they enjoy this sweet and warming treat! Or, have a basket displayed of shawls wrapped with bows for the ladies at the wedding to keep warm with at the end of the evening.
If you are looking for more Winter Wedding Ideas, visit our Pinterest Page: http://www.pinterest.com/annebarge/winter-wedding-ideas/
And Congratulations to all of our brides getting married this season!!