Although many people think that it’s either spring or summer when they can have the best wedding, winter weddings can be as good as summer weddings as winter months offer loads of nice concepts to choose from. In this article we have compiled some venue and decoration recommendations for those planning a winter wedding. You may have some friends who think a wedding in winter would not look good at all. So we suggest you to check out this article to prove them wrong!
1. A cozy winter wedding
We think that the best words to describe “cozy” would be a warm house, coffee, books, and a blanket! If you are also up for this kind of a warm winter wedding this concept can be right up your alley. To create this concept, you can opt for a winter garden where the sitting areas can be designed with comfy armchairs and the chairs can be decorated with blankets instead of tulle. Plus, you can prepare small coffee mugs to give your guests as a thank you gift for showing up at your wedding.
2. Winter wedding with the concept of transparency
If you have always been someone for simplicity why not reflect this attitude on your wedding theme? For a transparent wedding concept, you can also opt for a winter garden and decorate it with transparent plates, glass candle holders, crystal vases and transparent balloons. All these will add glitter to your wedding and make your big day unforgettable.
3. A rustic-theme winter wedding
Rustic, a word that means relating to the countryside, rural, nowadays represents a decoration style involving the unrefined version of wood. In rustic-theme weddings, designers often use wooden items in table decorations and this adds a very natural ambiance to the venue. If you are also for naturality, a rustic-theme wedding where wood will be the star decoration item may be what you’re looking for.
4. A winter wedding in bright coral shades
The Pantone Color Institute has named Living Coral as the favorite shade of 2019! Wouldn’t you also like to add some color to your wedding? You can use living coral as the main shade in your venue and decorations and support it with the other favorite winter colors such as maroon, purple and gray to reflect the dynamism of these warm shades on your wedding.
5. A pine cone-theme winter wedding
Pine cones which are the most favorite among winter ornaments also look really good as wedding decorations. For such a concept, you can buy a pine cone decorated cake and use pine cones in your wedding flower. We guarantee that using pine cones in details will add a very natural yet elegant look to your wedding.
6. A winter wedding with Christmas flowers
Another item that goes perfect with winter weddings is the Christmas poinsettia! This flower which is highly popular in events with a Christmas theme will sure add to your wedding decoration. You can place this flower among the pine cones around your cake and also use them as your bridal bouquet.
7. A winter wedding in a mountain house
Mountain houses are another wedding venue alternative that are as perfect as winter gardens. If you want to keep your wedding small and natural, a mountain house in the arms of mother nature will make a perfect wedding venue to enjoy with your loved ones. You can book a boutique winter hotel for this. Crackling fire sounds coming from the cozy fireplace you will have in such a wedding venue will sure fill you and your guests up with tranquility!
8. A pearl-theme winter wedding
Indoor lighting is crucial for winter weddings as they are mostly held in indoor spaces. In addition to the main lighting offered in the venue, your decoration items should also be designed to add some extra glow to the place. And we think that, in such a concept, nothing can fit better than a pearl! Pearl ornaments that you can use inside a half-light romantic venue can lend an elegant touch and more romance to your wedding! If you also wish to have a very romantic and classy wedding give pearl ornaments a chance.
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