Are you thinking about having a winter wedding? You can have just as much, if not more fun decorating your venue for the winter season. There are endless opportunities to be creative with warm, cosy colours and accessories, to generate your perfect romantic atmosphere. Embrace the chill, wrap up tight and let nature provide the powerful backdrop for stunning photos. Whilst inside, welcome your guests into a sparkling winter wonderland full of magic and surprises. 

Here are 9 simple ideas for winter wedding decorations, that’ll add a touch of enchantment to your day: 

1) Perfect Pine
Pine cones can be picked up easily from wooded areas throughout the winter months. Decorate rustically, sprinkle with glitter or spray gold, and add to flower arrangements, wreaths, garlands or table decorations. Branches of pine can also be incorporated into your decorations and you get the added bonus of that distinctive, fresh Christmas tree smell!

2) Candles, candles and more candles
You don’t have to put a limit to the amount of candles that can be added to your venue, it’s a case of more is more! Light up the aisle, fill fireplaces and create an ambience on tables with plenty of candle,s and the place will look truly magical.

How about using empty bottles as candle holders? Mix up sizes and colours to add extra dimensions. 

3) Hot drinks bar
Keep your guests warm and toasty with a hot drinks bar. Entice their taste buds with hot toddies, mulled wine, Irish coffees or even create your own cocktail list. You can customise and personalise drink sleeves, biscuits and cakes, to complement your wedding theme, and arranging a display of tempting toppings for hot drinks could also be an effective way to fill space. Get creative with signs and menus, your guests will love it!

4) All that glitters 
Winter is the sparkle season! Sequins, glitter and metallics splashed everywhere around the venue will make it glisten. Get the sparkling effect of snow by incorporating crystals into flowers, table decorations and accessories. The great thing about Winter is that you can go all out with extras - our Wedding Stationary Board is full of quirky ideas!

5) Wood effects
Winter is the time for nature to be at it’s rustic best. Venturing outdoors to collect logs will reward you with perfect table placemats, cake stands, coasters and bases for centerpieces. It’s not hard to find inspiration for wedding wood creations, by conducting a simple online search.

6) Wonderful winter garlands
Roses, thistles, freesias, fir, holly and red berries and just some of the many stunning foliage options readily available at this time of year, for the creation of garlands and wreaths. Hang a statement wreath at the entrance to your venue to welcome your guests into your big day. Check out our Wedding Flowers Pinterest board for more inspiration!

7) Light it up
Go wild with fairy lights. Create a romantic backdrop of twinkling lights on one of the walls and your wedding pictures will look amazing! Big Stars and lanterns dotted around the venue can provide a fun element to additional lighting and decoration.

8) Baskets of Blankets

Provide a blanket for your chilly guests, and it will go a very long way! What better way to create cosiness, than with a soft warm blanket! It’s not only a thoughtful gesture, it also encourages your guests to snuggle up! They also double up as great props to have some fun with your wedding photos wedding photos.

9)  Let it snow
If your goal is to create the ultimate winter setting, what better way to do it, than making it snow! Artificial snow is readily available and can be added to table centrepieces, flowers and decorations. Or why not go one step further, with a snow machine! Machines release liquid snow into the air, which forms delicate snowflakes that fall to the ground gently.

If your planning a winter wedding in the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire area, we’d love to hear from you. Give us a call on 07712 332054, or email info(at) and one of our fantastic team will get back to you to discuss how to make all of your wedding dreams come true. Our Winter Wedding Board on Pinterest gives plenty more inspiration for you to consider for your Winter Wedding! 

Date: Dec 12, 2018
Category: Wedding Ideas

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