The holidays are finally here! Are you looking to add some of the joy and sparkle of the season with your celebration? We love such fusions!
While getting married during the holidays doesn't really mean you must have eggnog or infamous white Christmas image, it is fun to capture the flavor with a couple of merry touches and winter greens. We have a collection of our favorite ideas to tastefully incorporate the festivity into your winter wedding.
The holiday season brings out everyone’s enchanting wedding dreams. We love the pops of red, the abundance of winter greens, and the many festive touches winter weddings bring. We are drawn to the technicolor lights, the grand sense of tradition, and especially the portraits taken at night with twinkling lights in the background giving a dramatic effect to your wedding photos.
If you’re planning a photo session in the snow, a faux fur stole in white or brown or a soft furry hood is a must-have to keep you both warm and stylish.
When it comes to winter weddings, green is the new something blue. To add a little spark to your affair, use textures of green! It does wonders, making your wedding lively and spirited as the two of you! And don’t forget to include all the festive details of the season. Christmas trees, holly, and wreaths make an outstanding background for your magical winter wedding.
You can be as creative as you wish with holiday greenery. Flashes of a natural green color in accessories, food displays, or stationery bring warmth to any holiday season wedding. Consider using leaves in arches for your backdrop, simple leaves as cake décor, and winter flowers as boutonnieres. Oh, and we simply adore these winter bouquets—striking and modern! Use winter flowers, pinecones, and lots of green leaves combined with red blooms to add the cheerful colors to your winter wedding. If you’re looking for a more dramatic effect, try metallic shades of gold, silver, or bronze. Whether you choose the more natural greens or bright colors of the season, you will be sure to make a statement!