Glamorous Winter Wedding Ideas

A winter wedding has a special romance about it. With the colder weather outside, everyone feels like snuggling together a little more. Hot cocoa, sleigh rides, cuddling in front of a fire; it is no wonder winter wedding themes are glamorous and inviting. The colors for a winter wedding are the most stunning. Not just limited to red and green, winter weddings work well with pure white, gold, purple, silver, ruby, midnight blue, sapphire, teal green, emerald, or ice blue. Sparkling crystals and delicate snowflakes can turn your wedding into a "magical wonderland".

Fur is gorgeous for the bride or bridesmaids to wear. Consider a sleek silvery or pure white gown with a floor length hooded cape. Or perhaps a billowing chiffon "Cinderella-style" gown is more your taste, with a fur muff or hat added. A friend of mine got married in a classic white dress with red trim and a matching floor length red cape with a fur trimmed hood and muff. Even though it was several years ago people still remember and talk about that amazing gown. Long dresses for your bridesmaids are most appropriate. If the gowns you choose are sleeveless or short sleeved, they can be made more visually suited to the weather with elbow length gloves. If you wish your bridesmaids to have fur in their outfits, hats, muff, or capes can all be added. White roses tipped with one of your other wedding colors make a simple, but striking statement. Don't forget you can also add ice crystals into your bouquet to make it sparkle even more.

Glitter can make almost any invitation fit your wintery wonderland theme. Silver and blue are probably the most traditional colors for a cold weather wedding, but don't be afraid to mix it up and try other combinations, such as ruby red with gold lettering and glitter or emerald green with white lettering and clear glitter.

Decorations are where you will need to watch your budget the closest because it is easy to get carried away with all the dramatic ways you can turn your venue into a surprising wonderland. "Drape pure white or silver gossamer fabric on walls. Hang twinkle lights behind the material to make it "sparkle and glitter"." Be sure you choose "cool lights" to ensure there is not an unexpected fire. Midnight blue tulle suspended across the ceiling with lights inside it is another dazzling decoration. Foil or delicate cutout snowflakes dangling from the ceiling is a simple yet eye-catching way to simulate a snowfall. Another spectacular idea is bare branches from trees spray painted white or silver and then decorated with lights and icicle, white, or other matching colored ornaments. Mirrors and candles are perfect table decorations, promoting intimacy with the light and sparkle with the reflections. Glitter can enhance the snow theme on the tables as well.
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