26 Ways to Style Your Winter Wedding
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26 Ways to Style Your Winter Wedding

Call us hopeless romantics, but we are in love with the idea of a winter wedding. Picture it: glittering snowscapes, open fires, hot chocolate toasts, twinkling lights and maybe even a bit of holiday bedazzle. Ooooh yes, winter weddings can be magical (and oh-so-cozy) affairs. Fuel your winter wonderland wedding dreams with these photos and gather some insanely gorgeous ideas for styling the event while you’re at it.

1. Pretty Tablescape: Create a dreamy tablescape with a festive display of fir, white pillar candles and a collection of pretty packages. (via Style Me Pretty)

2. Gold Spray Painted Wine Bottle Candleholders: Brighten up your winter ceremony with just the right amount of candlelight. These golden wine bottles make insanely gorgeous holders. (via Ruffled)

3. Winter Wedding Cake Display: Curate you winter wonderland wedding right down to the cake. These naked cakes are blanketed in icy white frosting, bedecked with berries and cones and then displayed with wreaths, rustic wood, a sled and other wintery elements. (via Elizabeth Anne Designs)

4. Seasonal Props: Stay warm and winter ready with the right gear. A pair of cozy boots and some gloves will make all the difference in your photos. (via Couture Colorado)

5. Evergreen Garland and Ribbon Chairs: Fir branches make acceptable decor from basically about mid-November through March. So even if you’re not having a cold winter wedding, don’t be afraid to make use of this lush greenery. (via Wedding Chicks)

6. Striped Straws: Don’t overlook the little details — garnish your drinks with colorful striped straws to make a big impression. (via KT Merry Photography)

7. Evergreen Wreaths: Who says you can’t have a beautiful wedding on a budget? Whether you’re having a pre- or post-holiday wedding, buy or DIY fir wreaths to set the mood for your big day. (via Lauren Fair Photography)

8. Pinecone Cake Topper: Pinecones and berries are pretty, seasonal elements for any winter affair. Use them to deck out your cake in a natural-looking, organic way. (via Wedding Chicks)

9. Lush Greenery + Lots of Candles: Who needs a wedding stylist these days? This stunning photo is all the inspiration you need to DIY your entire wedding backdrop. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

10. Bright Berry Bouquet: This simple, bright berry bouquet is so stunning it could be straight from a winter wedding fairytale. We’re also loving the idea of using a faux fur shawl as a photo prop. (via Intimate Weddings)

11. DIY Gold Leaf Chair Garland: Because the only thing prettier than a chair garland is a gilded one. You can totally DIY this. (via Style Me Pretty)

12. Tall Tapered Candles: Want to pull off the ultimate winter wedding? A good variety of greenery, candlelight and gold details against a snowy white tablescape is all it takes. (via Peaches and Mint)

13. To Have and to Hold in Case You Get Cold: It’s the cutest quote — the perfect theme for any winter wedding. And it’s sure to inspire a montage of DIY dreams: chalkboard signs, invites, banners, etc. (via Monika Hibbs)

14. DIY Chair Garlands: In case you’re as enamored with chair garlands as we are, this step-by-step tutorial will help you get started on your very own. (via Once Wed)

15. Jingle Bell Favors: Bird feed and bubbles may be the tradition, but bells sure are a grand way to stage your exit. Besides, who says you need to throw something to celebrate? DIY these sweet jingles for your guests to make some music. (via Jessica Sloane)

16. Glitter Tablecloth + Fresh Floral Tablerunner: It’s like something out of a winter fairytale. We’re swooning over every detail of this photo, from the sequin-encrusted tablecloth to the tall white candles and the vibrant table runner. (via Laura Leslie Photography)

17. Pinecone Fire Starter Favors: No matter how cold the weather is, your guests will feel warm and fuzzy inside when you hand out these mini fire starters. (via Evermine)

18. Snuggle Up Blanket Basket: Does the idea of a winter wedding have you shivering? Survive the big day and keep your guests cozy with baskets of blankets and throws. (via Bridal Musings)

19. Antlers and Lush Wreaths: Natural elements like antlers can really give your winter bash a rustic vibe. Plus, they’re probably something that you (or someone you know) already has on hand. (via Laura Murray Photography)

20. Marshmallow Backdrop: If it’s cold, why not embrace it? Snow makes for a fabulous winter wedding and you can make your very own with this fluffy marshmallow/snowflake backdrop. (via Erich McVey)

21. DIY Gold Dipped Balloons: Balloons aren’t just for kids anymore. This very grown-up version is a chic and affordable way to bring a touch of glam to your wedding. (via Chevrons and Eclairs)

22. Gold Spray Painted Succulent Card Holders: Yup, gold spray paint is pretty much the best thing. Ever. Use pinecones for a more budget-friendly alternative. (via Wedding Chicks)

23. Red Hot Bouquet: Translate your personal style into something fresh and romantic for your nuptials. Whether your big day is near Christmas or closer to Valentine’s Day, bright hues of red are the perfect way to celebrate. (via Jordan Brittley)

24. Cinnamon Sticks + Berries Napkin Ring: The addition of a fragrant cinnamon stick will allow your guests’ senses to be fully engaged in the experience. DIYing these napkin rings might require a bit of time but the presentation is SO worth it. (via Belle and Chic)

25. Succulent Wreath: Succulents are a modern option for your winter ceremony. This is a fresh alternative color palette to the traditional red holiday hues used in most winter events. (via Inspired by This)

26. Rosemary Sprig Place Cards: A single rosemary sprig turns a basic place card into a masterpiece. (via Spoon Fork Bacon)

Are you prepping for a winter wedding? Chat with us about ideas for your big day in the comments!