In the latest issue of Save The Date Magazine I wrote and article all about winter wedding inspiration. If you are having a winter wedding browse the magazine here. You may also like our collection of winter wedding decorations for sale in our shop.winter wedding inspiration

Baby It’s Cold Outside

If you’re having a winter wedding why not try out some of these ideas to create a warm and cosy atmosphere at your wedding.

On The Tables

Create a warm glow to your guest tables with the use of candles, lots of candles. Whether you choose tea light holders, candle sticks or hand decorated jam jars the candle light will add warmth to your tables. To keep a rustic winter style include natural elements in your décor, you could use pine cones for your place card holders, or place a sprig of fir on each guests place settings. For a more DIY style you could stamp a sprig of fir on to guests place settings or favour envelopes.

Around The Room

There’s nothing more cosy that a roaring fire in the winter, if your venue has a fireplace make sure you specify you want it lit for your wedding. You can also add to the cosy winter feel by using more candles as well as wooden tree stumps and tree slices around the venue. If your ceremony room is suitable you could line the aisle with these too.

Favours That Keep You Warm

Keep your guests feeling cosy with your choice of favours. You could get crafty and make individual mocha mixes presented in a test tube! Or offer guests pashminas or blankets to help themselves to if they are feeling cold – especially if you are having entertainment outside.

Warm Refreshments

Instead of a candy buffet or dessert table have you thought of a hot chocolate bar, I love this idea.


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