Winter is the most festive, romantic, and beautiful season of the year and it’s a great time to plan a wedding. Although winter weddings are underrated but they are magical, sophisticated, and charming. Are you planning a winter wedding and thinking about what is a good time for a winter wedding? Well, you’ll need to consider the seasonal holidays and organize your wedding in the months of December, January, February, and March for a dreamy and cozy affair. Below we’ve listed some ideas to inspire you to plan an amazing winter wedding.
Cozy Outdoor Winter Wedding
If you love the cold weather and want to plan an outdoor winter wedding then keep a few things in mind to make your outdoor wedding soiree dreamy and magical. Keeping the extreme weather conditions in mind, select a venue with a backup plan, keep the ceremony short, and take the reception party indoors. Also, let your guests know that they are spending time outside so they can dress accordingly. Make the venue cozy by providing heaters, fire pits, blankets, and warm drinks. Bring a fascinating appeal by lining the aisle with LED pillar candles and covering the arch stand with lush vines for a warm and eye-catching winter wedding decor.
Sparkling Night Time Winter Wedding Decor
Create a twinkling ambiance by incorporating fairy lights and candles in your night time winter wedding decorations to ooze a warm and romantic glow. Cover the ceiling of your venue with bulb string lights and make an arch by stylishly draping white drapery fabric along with fairy string lights for an enchanting appeal. Inset LED candles in gold crown top metal lanterns and line them on both sides of the aisle and also place them around the wedding arch to add a heartwarming touch to the ambiance. Beautify the tables by placing white glitter manzanita trees with acrylic chains and positioning floating disc candles in cylindrical vases around them to exude a majestic charm.
Exquisite Winter Wedding Themes
The most popular themes for a winter wedding include an all-white, winter wonderland, rustic, and holiday-inspired themes. You can pick any of the mentioned themes and design an amazing wedding decor, for instance, for a winter white wedding theme it’s not necessary to only opt for pure white decorations, you can also use shades of ivory and cream and accentuate their appeal with hints of green and gold for a spectacular decor. Impart magnificence to your big day with fairy-tale like winter wonderland themed wedding decorations and place white manzanita trees with acrylic chains, scatter white petals, use snow powder for the snowy effect, adorn the tables with silver sequin tablecloths, and enhance the icy appeal of the venue using blue strobe lights. For a rustic winter wedding, spread jute runners over your reception tables, make centerpieces by placing vases embellished with twine along with pine cones on top of wood slices and scatter clear votive candle holders to emanate a lovely rustic flair.
Awesome Snowy Wedding
The scenic beauty of falling snow and the snow covered background provides the ideal ambiance for a winter wedding. Snow adds a magical appeal and offers you the perfect backdrop for your pictures. With a snow covered venue, you’ll need fewer decorations to elevate your wedding design. Just position a wedding arch covered with evergreen leaves and berries and scatter red petals on the aisle for an elegant setup.
Hopefully, these winter wedding ideas will help you pull off a successful wedding. So, how are you going to plan your winter wedding? Do let us know in the comments section below!