10 Whimsical Ideas for a Winter Wedding
We all love a winter wedding! Twinkling lights, cosy fires, magic mistletoe and festive mince pies all make Christmas a magical time to get married. Oozing warmth and happiness – tis’ the season for love and romance. There are so many amazing ideas for a winter wedding, so we’ve picked our favourite 10 to inspire you…
No cold feet at this wedding! A great gift for your groom or wedding party. Funny, thoughtful and useful – the perfect gift to remind them of your big day.
Let’s go baubles – We love these adorable wedding favours which provide guests with a festive keepsake for years to come. They can hang the bauble on their tree and remember your big day for years to come.
Baby it’s cold outside – Keep warm with a snug fur shawl. Whether it be an elegant pashmina or luxurious fur stole, nothing says winter wedding than a gorgeous shawl.
Stockings for your cutlery! We completely agree – they’re amazing. What better way to splash your wedding tables with Christmas colour than these red and white socks.
Reindeer place name holders – What a gorgeous way to show your guests where to sit! The mini statue also makes an adorable keep sake for your guests to take home.
Festive signposts – We love these romantic signs for your ceremony and reception. Whilst being lighthearted and exceptionally cute… they also add a cheeky reminder of the winter season.
Magic mistletoe – If you’re planning a winter wedding then having some mistletoe dotted around your venue is a must. The perfect place for a wedding day kiss!
Be ready for santa – A Christmas wedding wouldn’t be complete without cookies and milk for all the guests. If you’re inviting children to your big day then they’ll definitely be first in the queue!
Encourage your guests to snuggle – What better way to keep your guests warm and toasty than to offer them a blanket for when the night turns chilly. It’s a thoughtful touch that they will love.
Light up snow globes – Make some elegant snow globes using upside down vases and fairy lights. The perfect way to light up your wedding and add a pretty festive vibe.
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