Obviously, any season is prime for your wedding celebration, but winter has a magical feeling that gives weddings an extra special touch — there are so many magical color schemes for your winter wedding, for one. If you’re looking for something other than red plaid and pine branches, these seasonal color palettes will give you those same glam vibes without sacrificing a bit of style. Fuel your winter wonderland wedding dreams and gather some inspiration for a unique wedding with these 17 color palettes that’ll have your guests totally swooning.


1. Blushing Neutrals: Get the full winter wonderland experience with lots and lots of neutrals. Look like snow queen royalty on your special day with blush pink bridesmaid dresses and mostly white bouquets with accents of pink and red. (via India Earl Photography / The Knot)

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2. Fuchsia + Gold: Create a dreamy tablescape with a festive display of feathers, teal taper candles and a collection of found objects like gold antlers and purple glassware. This could be a good time to start hitting up those thrift stores and vintage boutique stores. (via Sweetlife Photography / Ruffled)


3. Berry Red: Winter weddings come with the challenge of keeping warm while still looking totally fab. A long-sleeved wedding dress is a great place to start, but adding cozy red blankets to your decor ensures no one gets cold. Add black lanterns, berry-toned florals and even fruit to keep your color theme going strong. (via Kelly McDaniel / Inspired by This)

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4. Preppy Jewel Tones: Looking for a way to winterize your centerpiece? Take a tip from this stunning wedding table and throw some faux-fur runners down the center of the table. Pile up the copper vases, black taper candles and jewel-toned glassware for a truly stunning setting. (via Dana Cubbage Weddings / Ruffled)


5. Moody Florals: Lush jewel-toned shades really pop against a winter wonderland backdrop. You can adjust a moody color scheme for any style wedding, whether you’re going minimalist or full-on fairy-tale glam. Plus, how rad would a dark red lip look against that floral display of red dahlias? (via Lauren Scotti Photographer)


6. Rustic Textures: Berry tones not your thing? Winter calls for lots of light and branches, but you can get creative with simple greenery. Curly willow, eucalyptus and light amaranths are all seasonal and will add serious dimension to even the simplest bouquets, especially when paired up with teal dishes and orange taper candles. (via Inspired by This)


7. Orange Crush: Red usually gets all the glory when it comes to wintry weddings, but orange looks just as stunning and is totally unique. Keep the color subtle with just a few accents in your bouquet and flower crown. (via Shutter Sam Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)


8. Black and Gold: Nothing says minimalistic chic like a black and gold wedding. Dress up the table with gold-edged glasses, white florals and a black tablecloth. Take a cue from this NYE-themed table and add some mini disco balls to the centerpiece for an extra playful touch. (via Katie Pritchard / Green Wedding Shoes)


9. Burgundy Geodes: Whoa, this geode backdrop takes the agate wedding trend to a whole new level. Natural or gilded, geodes boast vibrant hues and naturally unique patterns that are the perfect blend of modern and boho chic. (via Steve Cowell Photo / Inspired by This)


10. Coral + Peach: Yes, those are marshmallows snowing from the ceiling. It’s your day to make all your dreams come true, especially if that means turning your venue into Candyland. (via Ely Fair Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)


11. Rust Tones: As the weather gets cooler, don’t shy away from incorporating brooding tones into your wedding decor. One way to do so is by including deep reds, browns or marsala tones into your bouquet, accessories or wedding cake. (via Chris Isham / Swooned)

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12. All White Glam: For a more decadent approach to your winter wedding, stick to silver and mercury glass embellishments, like a candelabra, candle holders and matching vases. Complete the look by scattering “snowy” pinecones and pine branches around your sparkly tablescape. (via Gideon Photography / Ruffled)


13. Boho Neutrals: Incorporate the great outdoors into your ceremony in a rustic yet super chic way. Aside from the usual copper accents, you can transform your big day into a modern, Pinterest-worthy celebration by adding bold pops of marsala, natural wood and cozy details like blankets over the backs of the chairs. (via Danielle Poff / Ruffled)


14. Dusty Blue: Bring the simplicity and lightness of a beachy summer wedding to your winter wedding with silver accents, dark teal glassware and white taper candles. This look is the epitome of modern elegance and you can turn up the glam factor as much as you want. (via Connie Whitlock / Notey)


15. Eucalyptus + Navy Blue: Spice up your table-setting game with a deep navy blue and sage green palette. Gold flatware, gold-edged glasses and birch bark stands will add contrast and dimension to your darker-toned setting. (via Ruffled)


16. Pink + Orange: You might think these are more summer shades, but add gold and dark red roses and you’ve got a totally unique winter wedding palette. Soft pinks are all the rage in the bridal world RN, but a few wintery additions like gold flakes, red berries and birch bark accents create a unique color palette that totally packs a punch. (via Terese Brandwold / Boho Weddings)


17. Warm Earth Tones: Don’t be afraid to go for darker neutrals at your wedding. This simple and clean combo of dark red leaves and rich greenery keeps the bouquet looking modern and fresh, especially when paired with a gilded wedding dress. (via Our Labor of Love / Ruffled)

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