Winter is the most beautiful time of the year— it’s festive, magical, and a good time to organize a wedding. Although winter weddings are not very popular but they are enchanting and charismatic. If you want to plan a wedding in the winter season you might wonder what is a good time for a winter wedding. The winter wedding season is anytime during the months of December, January, February, and March. Here we’ve listed some amazing ideas to organize cozy and dreamy nuptials, so just keep reading to know more about a winter wedding.
Gorgeous Winter Wedding Themes
There are many spectacular winter wedding themes but winter wonderland wedding ceremony, winter forest wedding theme, rustic winter wedding, and winter white wedding theme are among the most popular themes. You can easily customize any theme according to your requirements like if you plan an all-white wedding ceremony, you can use shades of ivory and cream and accentuate the decor using green and gold accents for a striking wedding decoration.
Ooze rustic flair into your wedding decor by adorning the reception tables with jute runners and creating rustic centerpieces by placing vases embellished with twine on top of wood slices along with pine cones and frosted glass votive candle holders to exude an ethereal charm. Whereas, create a dreamy ambiance at your wedding with winter wonderland themed wedding decorations by beautifying the tables with silver sequin tablecloths. Moreover, arrange white manzanita trees with acrylic chains, scatter white petals, sprinkle snow powder for the snowy effect, and produce the icy appeal with blue strobe lights for a whimsical setup.
Splendid Snow-Themed Wedding
The charming appeal of falling snow and the snow covered background creates the perfect venue for your winter wedding. Adding a dreamy allure to your wedding with snow will not only provide a dreamy ambiance for your wedding soiree but also give your pictures a fabulous backdrop. With a beautiful snow-covered scene, you'll need fewer decor elements for a stunning wedding setup. Simply position an arch stand covered with evergreen leaves and berries and disperse red petals on the wedding aisle for an exquisite arrangement.
Twinkling Night Time Winter Wedding Decor
String lights and candles are the perfect decorations that enhance the sparkling and romantic atmosphere for your night time winter wedding. Bring a dash of magical glitz and glam by suspending bulb string lights from the ceiling of your wedding venue and create an eye-catching arch by adorning the arch stand with white drapery fabric and fairy string lights to exude a captivating charm. Further, elevate the backdrop by positing LED candles in gold crown top metal lanterns and placing them around the arch and also on the sides of the aisle enhancing your wedding ambiance in the most surreal manner. Moreover, set white manzanita tree with acrylic chains on the event tables as exotic centerpieces and surround them with floating disc candles in cylindrical vases for a dreamy allure.
Spectacular Outdoor Winter Wedding
If you want to enjoy the cold weather while saying “I do” and wish to organize an outdoor wedding in the winter all you have to do is to plan things carefully and you can make your ceremony unforgettable. Opt for a venue that provides an alternative in case of adverse weather conditions, keep the outdoor wedding ceremony brief, and organize the reception indoors. Also, inform your invitees that they will be spending time outside so that they may dress appropriately. Position heaters, fire pits, blankets, and warm drinks to make the location more inviting. Impart a charismatic appeal with your winter wedding decorations by making a wedding arch using arch stand and arranging lush vines on it and line the winter wedding aisle with LED pillar candles to ooze a soft and warm glow.
There are endless winter wedding ideas that you can choose from to make your wedding ceremony beautiful and memorable. What do you think about these winter wedding ideas and themes? Give us your feedback in the comments section below!