Nothing like a Winder Winter Wedding
Especially if you live in a Snowy country
Some fabulous Christmas Wedding Inspo
Great idea for an alternative wedding table plan..winter weddings can use lots of lighting to bring a little extra sparkle!
I cannot deny that winter is the most romantic time of a year although my favorite season is fall. Filled with pretty snowflake, festive décor and hot drinks, winter is a special season for your wedding.
There are no rules that say you can only cut into one cake at your reception. Take a cue from these couples and deck out your wedding dessert table with candy, donuts, and more
When I think of a winter event, I envision colors with white, red and natural nudes, themes with wonderland, snowflake and whimsical, and people dresses warmly in sweaters, hats, gloves and mittens ice skating
Brides are getting exotic, food will be served from trucks, and weddings are frequently returing to the beautiful nature
Plaid and evergreen accents, cotton bolls, cranberries and pinecones everywhere all these winter wedding decorations will make your big day fabulous!
Let your ‘maids show off their shape in this short sequin bridesmaid gown! Featuring a V neckline, this shoestring-strap gown ruches to hug curves
This is a lovely wedding cake, that doesn’t scream Christmas in all caps. The evergreen and deep red flowers, some of which are artfully displayed to suggest a Poinsettia, are evenly matched in hue and look wonderful against the white frosting. For an evening wedding I would add white pillar candles in glass chimneys with the same evergreens and dark red flowers.
Christmas tables are one part of the festive season that can sometimes be forgotten about until it’s too late… If you want to make yours extra special this year, have a go at adding some personalized.