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Winter Wedding Styles & Themes

Typically, when it comes to the colder months, the wedding season dies down and everyone is ready for the hot chocolate and the snow. In my opinion, winter is indeed the most wonderful time of the year. So why not have a stunning winter wedding and blow all of your guests away.

So, you are thinking of a winter wedding but don’t know where to start? Remember that winter does not = Christmas. There are many design concepts that utilise the colder season without having to turn your bridesmaids into a sassy Mrs Clause.


Winter Wonderland

Photography by Emma Lawson Photography


The seasonal showground is a fab place to get inspiration from for your winter wedding. If you are a couple looking for a striking monochrome colour scheme then the WW could be for you, imagine it. A vision in white. Faux fur rugs, white Camellia cover the room and the smell of cinnamon. If you really want to tip your hand to the wonderland why not hire some rides and huts for your evening entertainment.



Let’s Get Seasonal

Photography by Maggie Grace, Paisley Lane, Maria Medvedeva


Every season brings around new inspiration, the winter season offers mulled wine, hot coco and fir features. As always, keeping things seasonal saves your budget and gives you an opportunity to create a harmonious wedding experience. Winter itself is full of deep colours, rich foods and hot, boozy drinks, so why not incorporate these elements into your day.


Icy Palace

Photography by Stephen Salazar Photography


Who wants to be a bride when you could be an ice Queen for the day?


Crystal wine glasses and ice cocktails, why not include the infamous ice bar into your day for a fun and unique drinking experience for your guests? Don’t worry you won’t have to get out the fluffy winter coats, you can always invest in a faux ice experience to please the audience without freezing their fingertips.


Married by Candlelight

Photography by Images by Berit, Inc.


The weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful…the colder months mean an outdoor woodland wedding is probably off the cards. That being said, cosy wedding evenings are in! Candlelight and fireplaces are an excellent way to bring warmth into your day, they lend themselves to a softer colour palette and give your day a relaxed and intimate feel.


Christmas Grotto

Photography by Snapshots by Gabriela


Winter isn’t ALL about Christmas, but it can be, if you want it to. Why not lean into the snowy celebrations with a classic red and white colour scheme and Christmas favours. A rustic grotto style can elevate your winter wedding into a Christmassy one. Snowy table tops, candy cane décor and fir centrepieces can create the picture-perfect day that will be remembered by both you and your guests for the rest of your lives.


Winter weddings are not as popular but can be even more beautiful than a typical summer wedding so why not get in touch today and we can start making some seasonal wedding plans.


Lauren x


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