How To Host A Winter Wedding

How to Host a Winter Wedding

There may be quite the hub-bub over spring weddings; those elusive chapel bookings in the traditionally prime marriage month of June — even vineyard weddings in late August have become increasingly popular.  But where’s the true romance?  Winter.  Really, can anything beat winter in terms of romance factor?  We don’t think so.  Here are some of our favorite tips in planning a truly special winter wedding.

Attire

The winter landscape makes the perfect backdrop for bold, more romantic color schemes. Deep berry, emerald and royal purple all look beautiful against a pristine snowscape. Muted, more metallic colors also work well, silver in particular is a great option for a winter wedding. Wintry items like wool coats, leather boots, and fur trims can all be classically incorporated into your outfits. Just imagine how wonderfully your wedding gown will pair with a beautiful fur (faux or otherwise) coat.

Food

In winter, holiday food reigns supreme.  Why not incorporate it into your theme?  Homey foods like honey-roasted ham, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mashed potatoes (plus copious gravy, of course) can all make for wonderfully filling fare.  Winter essentials like s’mores, hot cocoa, and cider can also be a nice tip of the hat for your theme. You can even create a hot cocoa or s’mores bar, where guests can choose to top their drink (or treat) of choice with delectable toppings such as mini marshmallows, whipped cream, and caramel sauce.

 Winter Bouquets

 Bouquets

There are so many choices for beautiful colors and winter accessories you can add to your bouquet in a winter wedding. A mix of soft violet roses, miniature paperwhites and pinecones make a unique and gorgeous bouquet. Of course, you can never go wrong with red roses, which work wonderfully in a winter setting. This can be mixed with berries or stray branches to give the bouquet more depth. Tying a small piece of rope to hold your bouquet together will be a nice touch and add to the warm, rustic feel.

Decor

There are a lot of different directions you can go in terms of decor.  You may want to go for something warm and cozy, in which case plaid and wood accoutrements, along with copious numbers of candles can lend a very nice feel — for extra charm,tabletop fireplaces are a lovely touch!  You can also go more nature-inspired, where snow-dusted (or glitter, if you’re so inclined) pinecones can add their own sense of personality to centerpieces, place settings, and flower arrangements.  You can even go for a more icy aesthetic, by using crisp blues, silvers, and glass and crystalline decorations — snowflakes are always a great final touch!

Favors

Favors are where you can really have your fun — there are so many great (and delicious)  winter favor ideas out there.  Winter treats like caramel apples and hot cocoa care packages can add a sweet-yet-quirky spin on your favors.  Or a customized tumbler or drink cozy for your guests to carry their hot drinks is an option your guests will surely make use of. Christmas ornaments are another fun option, they have real staying power, too: how romantic for you and your spouse to be a part of your friends’ and family’s Christmas decor, year after year! Along that holiday theme, mini-Christmas tree saplings can be quite the endearing gift.

Winter Wedding Favors

So there you have it: your winter wedding can be the fairest one of all.  The themes are near-endless, and it provides you the perfect setting in which to concoct your dream wedding.  After all, what makes for better wedding photo than fresh snow? 

 

Author: Uma Campbell is a freelance writer from Southern California. She loves writing about wedding trends and styles. When she’s not writing, she loves to practice yoga.

Yellow and Purple Wedding Theme in Redondo Beach California

If you’re having a surf looking for something fabulous today, you’ve just found it. It’s a brilliantly gorgeous summer wedding from William Innes Photography that will break out your biggest smile. It’s full of happy hues of sunshine yellow and lush purple, plus a bunch of succulents to boot. The best part is… a beautiful outdoor reception under Californian skies, with pretty fairy lights and chinese lanterns swinging from the palm trees. Proving that love + a lovely Summer affair really do go hand-in-hand!

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William Innes Photography / Photographer: Venue: Rancho Sol del Pacifico / Floral Designer: Epic Stems Reception  / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

 

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Winter Cocktail Party Wedding by Joel Bedford Photography

You know we fall head-over-heels for a modern wedding (well, ANY wedding for that matter), but can you really blame us when they are as pretty as this one? A cool cocktail party wedding in the middle of a cozy winter scene with freshly fallen snow? It really doesn’t get any better. Joel Bedford Photography was on the scene to make sure every detail of this swish fête was perfectly captured, and how much do you just love the outdoor pics? I’m wishing for a fresh fall of white powder as we speak!

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From the photographer:

Debbie & Paul created an intimate evening cocktail party wedding in Ottowa in late December. After a beautiful church ceremony (officiated by Debbie’s parents, both pastors), Debbie and Paul rushed to the historic Byward Market in the capital’s downtown core. Under gently falling snow, we did their portraits and hurried into the warm loft style e18hteen restaurant. Surrounded by loved ones, they danced the night away.

 

Photographer: Joel Bedford Photography / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Elegant Backyard Wedding Inspiration by Dani Fine Photography

Picturing an elegant backyard wedding to tie the knot? Then this lovely styled inspiration shoot by Dani Fine Photography has your name written all over it! Shot in a quaint New England home in in the heart of the Pioneer Valley Massachussetts – surrounded by rural farms and rolling hills –  it is the ideal setting for a countrified garden wedding. Just imagine your reception as lovely as this…. nestled amongst ancient trees with beautifully understated decorations, sweet rustic details and pretty garden picked florals – it’s Backyard bliss indeed!

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From the photographer: Periwinkle hydrangeas and pink peonies, classic chocolate cake and cowboy boots, this Backyard Garden Wedding was a dream to style and photograph. The inspiration behind this shoot was more of a feeling; something wholesome and honest, fresh and entirely original. With the help of many talented and creative individuals, we were able to bring this nuanced vision into reality. With the exceptional skills of stylist and event planner, Laura Wear and sumptuous floral arrangements by Durocher Florist, an enchanted scene emerged. Everything came together just beautifully. We just love the natural, unfettered look and feel of this whole shoot–it was understated yet elegant with a homespun twist. We’re happy to report that since this styled wedding, Kelly & Adam (our beautiful bride & dapper groom) have since gotten engaged! 

 

Photographer: Dani Fine Photography / Hair Stylist:  Salon Herdis / Event Planner:  Laura Wear Events / Floral Designer:  Durocher Florist / Dress Store:  Bancroft Bridals / Cake Designer:  Gregory’s Pastry Shop / Shoes:  Ariat / Jewelry:  Don Muller Gallery / Tuxedo and Mens Attire:  Jackson & Connor / Submitted via Two Bright Lights 

 

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How to Plan a Rustic Wedding

There is nothing more romantic than a rustic wedding. The crunch of the leaves, a cool nip in the air, and beautiful bursts of orange, red, and yellow can’t help but make you smile. What a perfect time to share your love and begin your life with your partner! Here is how you can plan an ultimate rustic wedding that you and your guests will totally “fall” for!

Rustic Wedding Ideas

Consider hosting your event in a rustic location like a barn. You can make this setting totally shabby chic, string lights from antiquated beams, and excite your guests’ senses with the smell of hay bales in the loft.

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Rustic Wedding Dresses

A lace lined dress will work with a rustic themed wedding and enhances a number of figures. Consider trying on an ivory or cream lace cap sleeved gown that is long, flowing, and fitted to look gorgeous on your big day, fit in with your theme, and look no fuss but fabulous. For some added charm, you may also wish to drape a delicate lace shawl around your décolletage as the evening air takes over.

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Rustic Bridesmaid Dresses

Have your favorite ladies wear something short and sweet. Look for ruffle detailing, textured embellishments like a knotted or braided halter top, lace, and opt for cowboy boots to add some country charm.

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Rustic Wedding Colors

It is essential that you select a color palette that complements your rustic venue décor and ceremony setting. Keep your color palette neutral to adhere to a rustic theme and avoid anything that looks too bold or bright. Hues and variations of champagne, mauve, rust, pine, and taupe tones are perfect and allow nature around you to really be the star of the show.

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Rustic Wedding Decorations

The wonderful thing about a rustic wedding is that you can really include hearty, earthy, and natural elements into you big day. Pumpkins, tea lights hanging from fences, an antique cart filled with fall fruit, and even lanterns filled with seasonal flowers and pine cones are perfect ways to play up your theme and are ultra-affordable!

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Rustic Wedding Invitations

Your wedding invitations set the tone for your rustic event. Consider selecting an invitation that has a wooden background and is simple but chic. It will be clear to your guests your themed intent.

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Rusting Wedding Cakes

Consider serving up your cake on a hearty slab of a tree trunk! You can keep your frosting neutral and add whimsical embellishments like a birch heart façade with your initials carved as the focal point of the dessert and add cascading woodland flowers and leaves around the sides and base.

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 Rustic Wedding Bouquets

Nothing says rustic like a bouquet filled with seasonal wild flowers and fiddlehead. You may also consider succulents wrapped in twine, or strands of lavender adhered with burlap and a vintage sparkly pin.

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Planning a themed wedding is fun and easy to do. Work in some of these suggestions and tips into your special day in order to create a memorable, rustic celebration. 

 

Vintage Chic Fall Wedding by J+A Photography

This next little piece of  vintage chic gorgeousness is lovely as you can possibly get. With handmade DIY details infused into every corner, a warm and rustic fall color palette, and the most beautiful flowers to make your heart melt you would hardly believe it was all achieved on a budget. That’s why we know this North Carolina wedding, photographed by J & A Photography is one you’ll want to ponder over again and again. 

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From the bride & groom: Our wedding day was simply perfect and I could not have asked for a better day!  When I began planning for our special day, I knew that I wanted it to have a vintage feel with an elegant touch. Immediately, my first stop was my Aunt Janice, our decorating extraordinaire.  I gave her my vision, my colors, my random ideas that didn’t make a lot of sense, and told her to run with it… I trusted her 1,000% to make it perfect! 

We had a little over a year to prepare, so we began collecting family heirlooms and portraits to add the special touches to our day.  We had old pictures, family bibles, and other special pieces that we wanted incorporated.  Aunt Janice turned my random thoughts and MANY Pinterest snapshots into something wonderful and unforgettable. There were many nights spent making flower arrangements and decorations.  In fact, every flower (including my bouquet, bridesmaids’ bouquets, and all boutonnieres) were handmade by my Aunt Janice and Aunt Sharon!!!  They are some AWESOME ladies!  My family and I bagged all of the favors and birdseed and the delicious deserts as well.

The aim was to create my dream wedding on a budget… and we DEFINITELY accomplished that!  We truly had a great team on our side that kept things running as smoothly as possible!  Of course there were challenges, but we were determined to not let anything stand in our way.  The most memorable part of the day was the First Look! (seeing each other before the wedding) I will forever and always be grateful to J+A for suggesting it to me… despite my wishes to be super traditional!! Experiencing that moment… just the two of us… was priceless! THANKFULLY, I have the pictures to help me remember that moment (and our entire day) for the rest of our lives!

 

Photography: J+A Photography / Ceremony Venue: Sandy Plain Church– Pink Hill, NC / Reception Venue: Duplin Commons (Kenansville Agricultural Center) – Kenansville, NC / Dress: MoriLee from Carolina Bridal World, Smithfield, NC / Tuxes: Busy Bee – Beaulaville, NC /Hair Artist: Hair Exchange – Beaulaville, NC / DJ: Weekend Dance Party / Linens: Cornerstone Florist and Gifts – Beaulaville, NC / Dance Floor/ Rentals: Grand Rental Station – Clinton, NC / Florals/centerpieces: Family + Friends

Invitations by Betsywhite Stationery

Outdoor California Wedding at Miramonte Resort and Spa

Thank you True Bliss Photography for sending this California beauty our way. We always adore a classic + modern wedding and when you throw in beautiful outdoor elements like the surroundings at Miramonte Resort and Spa, then we know we’re in for a treat. A gorgeous palette of teal blue and white, summery maids, and a handsome groom in shorts, and we’re practically going ga-ga! I can promise you, my lovelies, you’ll love taking in all the pretty!

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Photography: True Bliss Photography / Floral Designer: My Little Flower Shop / Reception Venue:  Miramonte Resort and Spa / Dress Store: Anthropologie &  Mariposa Boutique / Other:  Whimsical Gelato / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Croquet Themed Spring Wedding Shoot

This vibrant inspiration shoot combines the colours of spring and summer with a fun croquet theme.  The bright colours of the croquet balls created the inspiration for the entire setup from the retro stationery suite and striped place cards, right though to the zesty fruit desserts. With a gorgeous outdoor tablescape, milk shooters, and wheat grass place cards, it’s filled with plenty of creative ideas for a pretty outdoor affair. Just imagine… treating your guests to a fun lawn game to play during the reception – bound to be a hit we say!

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Photographer:  Wes Roberts Photography / Event Designer:  LeRae Events+Design / Invitation Designer:  Whitlee Mullis / Event Venue:  Jasmine Hill and Gardens / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Country Love Shoot by Cedarwood Weddings & Krista Lee Photography

The inspiration behind this country love shoot by Cedarwood Weddings and Krista Lee Photography is all about wide open spaces. Set in a 50-acre nature preserve on a historic farm estate in Nashville, Tennessee, the setting is perfect for popping the big question during a romantic romp in the southern countryside – and the fact that it’s so darn pretty doesn’t go astray either!  

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From Cedarwood Weddings: We styled the set with a vintage iron bed, hay bale mattress, soft linens for snuggling, wildflowers and champagne.  With gorgeous golden light and blue skies overhead, this inspirational shoot pairs fresh natural environments with a big dose of country chic.

 

Photography:  Krista Lee Photography / Styling, floral & decor: Cedarwood Weddings Design Team / Wedding venue: Historic Cedarwood 

 

Tuscan Themed Winery Wedding by Natalie Hilliard Photography

It’s not often you get to escape to Tuscany on a Tuesday, but these lovely winery nuptials from Natalie Hilliard Photography is allowing us to do just that. Filled with beautiful rich tones, stunning florals and rustic Italian details, this tuscan themed wedding, held in an elegant tent, has us beaming from ear to ear and humming Ti Amo over and over to ourselves!

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Lovely bride Natalie shares with us the details:

1. What was the vision for your Tuscan themed wedding?

I envisioned a Tuscan villa with many simple, natural elements. And eggplant purple, celadon green, wood & iron for our color palette.

2. What was the size & budget of your wedding?

We ended up spending approximately $14,000.00.

3. Your florals were stunning! What flowers and decorations did you choose for your theme?

  • Ceremony Island Arrangements ~ Salmon Gladiolas, Purple Stock, Green Hypericum, Yellow, Solidago, Green Bells of Ireland, Terra Cotta Rose, Hanging Eucalyptus, Italian Ruscus, Sword Fern.
  • Rusty Iron Spheres ceremony aisle arrangements ~ Mini sunflowers, Purple Stock, Purple Sage, Rosemary, Green Hypericum, Terra Cotta Roses.
  •  Wooden Bowl Reception Centerpieces: Herb Foliage, Purple Lisianthus, Mini Sunflowers, Terra Cotta Roses, Green Hypericum, Physicocarpus.
  • We used antique wooden wine crates from Vintage Ambiance  to use for the dessert buffet tiering. Rustic farm tables (from seattle Farm Tables) were used for the head table, and dinner buffet tables (from Vintage Ambiance) for the guest tables. We also had wine barrels with glass tops for occasional cocktail tables.

4. What do you think made your wedding unique?

The venue itself is very unique! The ceremony site is situated around a pond with an island in the middle of it. The guest sits on one side of the pond and the wedding party stands on the island. Its absolutely beautiful and unlikely anything I have seen before! We did multiple different mini desserts rather than having a wedding cake and we also made all of the beer. We loved it and so did everyone else! Also we decided to hire Chopstix Roadshow for our reception entertainment which is a dueling piano show. The entire show is a live request show so the guests are able to choose what they want to hear. The most fun thing of the night was the photo booth with props that our photographer integrated into our reception. We got some absolutely hilarious and memorable pictures!!

5. Rather than a traditional wedding cake you chose mini desserts. Tell us about those?

We chose a 4 inch mini White-Chocolate raspberry cheesecake as the cutting cake. For guests we had a selection of desserts including mini Quadruple Chocolate and mini Lemon White Chocolate cheesecakes, mini Key Lime blackberry pies and mini classic Apple Pies, mini classic Vanilla and mini Spumoni cupcakes, Hazelnut gelato or Rice gelato.

5. Tell us about your Tuscan themed wedding favors?

We used mini terracotta pots filled with herb starts (ie; basil, tarragon, parsley).

6. Describe your Bridal style?

My dress was from Laineemeg Bridal (formerly From the Gown Up) – an off-white Satin fit and flair, with some lace and rhinestone detailing. My shoes were M by Marinelli with Sparkle silver with rhinestone detailing. I wore a birdcage veil with floral and rhinestone embellishments and carried a bridal bouquet filled with Cream Roses, Orange Dahlias, Cream Hypericum, Orange Calla Lily and Green Hanging Amaranthus. 

7. The bridal party look very smart. Tell us about their style. 

The bridesmaid dresses were from David’s Bridal Satin Dresses in Lapis. The wore Jessica Simpson Black Patent Pumps and their bouquets were filled with Purple callas, Orange Callas, and ornamental grasses. Tyler’s (groom) boutonniere featured a Sword Fern & Mini Purple Calla Lily and his groomsmen wore herb foliage. They wore Banks Charcoal Grey striped suits with white dress shirts from Jos. Tyler wore a white tie, whilst his groomsmen had patterned Lapis ties to match the bridesmaids.

8. Did you include any DIY or personalized details?

I created the monogrammed stickers we used on the candy bags used for our candy buffet. The wooden bowls used for the reception centerpiece were bought from a thrift store, sanded down, and re-stained. I created all of the table name cards (different grape varietal names) and escort cards display. I also designed the save the dates which were laser cut into cork, as well as all of our boxed invitations.

9. What did you find most challenging?

The most challenging part of our wedding planning was working with a caterer who was too busy to deal with me or my questions in a timely manner. I struggled through it and was able to get everything wrapped up, but it was by far my biggest cause of stress. I’m very detailed oriented so I completely enjoyed the planning of everything else right down to picking the different Italian flavor themed cupcakes and other desserts.

10. What were your favourite moments?

Getting ready was very fun… it’s not every day you get to be so pampered! Also, walking down the aisle and looking into the face of my soon-to-be husband is an unforgettable moment. The fact that we were able to share it with so many of our close friends and family made it that much more special!

11. Your advice to Bride’s & Groom’s planning now?

Seek out multiple reviews on your vendors (particularly from outside their website or their given references). Also, I went into planning with the idea that if I hadn’t received some sort of response after a week of contacting a vendor for the first time, I would cross them off my potential list because communication obviously is not very important to them. I broke this rule with my caterer and ended up seriously regretting it!

 

Photographer: Natalie Hilliard Wedding & Portrait Photography / Event Venue: DeLillie Cellars / Floral Designer: Branching Inside Out /Cake Designers: The Confectional & The Yellow Leaf Cupcake Company / Bakery: Gelatiamo & Sweet & Savory Pie / Dress Store: LaineeMeg Bridal / Musicians: Chopstix Piano Bar / Decor Rentals: Rented Elegance / Linens: BBJ Linen, Inc / Equipment Rentals: aa party rentals,Vintage AmbianceSeattle Farm Tables / Caterer:  Twelve Baskets Catering / Transportation: Seattle Limo & Butler Seattle Transportation / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

  

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