5 Winter Wedding Ideas

Winter weddings are on their way, and we couldn’t be more excited! While peak season for weddings takes place between May and October, December – February has grown in popularity for those looking for a moody, winter aesthetic.

If you’re a wedding planner, getting married, or just like to read up on the latest wedding trends, here are 5 simple ideas to keep in mind for the ultimate cozy, moody, and picturesque winter wedding.



Incorporate seasonal plants

Not only will buying in-season plants reflect the change of season in your décor, but it will also be kinder to your wallet (who doesn’t love that?). There is also a wide variety of plants and flowers that thrive in the winter season so you don’t have to worry about being constricted to a small selection. Some of our favorites are:

- Snowdrops

- Camellias

- Glory of the Snow


Opt for a deeper, cooler color palette

When choosing your color palette, experiment with cool colors and/ or darker shades and tones. Create a color palette consisting of 3-5 colors such as black, gold, and forest green or cool blue, blush, and white.



Use pinecones as your escort card holders

Escort card holders don’t have to be boring! There are endless options for fun, cute, winter themed card holders such as pinecones. If you’re not a fan of pinecones you could also try:

- Mini rustic wood rounds

- Gold reindeer figurines (#DIY this by buying in bulk and spray painting with your color of choice)

- Incorporate twine and sprigs of fresh evergreen


Line your aisle with candles

There is no better way to create a warm (and grand!) entrance than with a candlelit aisle. Whether you use artificial or real candles, this is a sure way to create a warm, cozy, and inviting atmosphere perfect for your overall theme.


Warm up the reception with a hot cocoa bar

Hot cocoa isn’t just for kids – especially if you have Kahlua or Baileys on deck. Offer your guests a warm, sweet treat during the reception by having a hot cocoa bar complete with marshmallows, candy canes, and whipped cream.

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