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4 Ways to Capture the Magic of Winter White Weddings


We’re honestly in no rush for spring because we can’t get enough of winter weddings. Whether you’ve got 30 guests or 300, they feel so romantic and intimate—and give us license to cozy up.

We say take a cue from fashion and go for a winter white wedding theme. This monochromatic look feels perpetually fresh, clean and ethereal. It’s like the fashion equivalent of freshly fallen snow. Here are some of our favorite ideas for winter white wedding inspiration.

White to wear

A surprising trend in bridal style? White bridesmaids dresses are on the rise. Why not let your bridal party complement your own winter white gorgeousness for a major monochromatic statement? But your groom doesn’t have to wear a white tux if it’s not his style. In fact, a classic black or navy tux will still stand in striking contrast to you ladies.

Tone and texture

A serene winter white palette is simple, but never boring. Keep it interesting by layering subtle variations of tone and texture. We’re thinking glimmers of silver, hints of green in your wedding flowers and alluring elements like lace, sequins and satin.

Details, details

Pulling off a pure winter white theme is all in the details, so play up your accessories. Here’s where the winter fun comes in. Bring on the snowy sophistication of a luxe white faux fur wrap. Or ice up your classic white bridal shoes with sparkling crystal adornments.

White out

Light up the room with elements of decor that radiate modern romance. There’s something magical about twinkling lights, lavish floral installations and all white wedding cakes that tie it all together.

Winter white weddings were practically made for the modern bride. If you love statement-making neutrals, you may have just found your theme. White on.


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