Even though spring and summer are traditionally considered to be wedding season, many couples are now opting to have their weddings during the winter months. Winter can be a beautiful time of year for a wedding and gives many options for décor themes. A winter wonderland can provide a beautiful backdrop for a wedding and outdoor winter weddings can be beautiful as long as you have a marquee or tent with heat lamps. Brides can wear a warm shawl with their dresses or maybe even white gloves. It’s also a good idea to wear closed-toe shoes or even boots. For those interested in a winter wedding, but aren’t sold on the outdoor idea, create a winter wonderland indoors.
A silver and white wedding theme is a great colour palette for the season, especially when combined with crystals for that touch of shimmer. However, you shouldn’t be afraid to go bold with your colours. Other traditional winter wedding colours can include green and red, but be careful your décor doesn’t appear to be too holiday-themed.
I love creating beautiful centerpieces for my wedding couples, and winter gives a lot of beautiful centerpiece options. Candlelight creates an elegant and cozy winter ambience. Winter is also a great time for food favours, which are popular all-year-round. Popular seasonal favours could include cookies, truffles, chocolate-covered cranberries, or roasted chestnuts. Ice wine is also a popular favour to incorporate into a winter wedding, either as part of your reception, or as a favour.