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A Magical White Winter Wedding Colour Scheme

What could be more elegant than an all white Winter wedding theme? This simple colour palette is effortlessly beautiful and oh so stylish. It’s perfect if you’re dreaming of a classic wedding with just a dash of glamour – and we think it’s just made for a magical Winter wedding day! Shades of crisp white and pale ivory throughout your décor will make a statement, and it’ll create a day your guests won’t forget. white winter wedding wedding decorations and ideas

How To Create A White Winter Wedding

Fortunately, an all white Winter wedding starts at your aisle style. Opt for white shoes and an elegant lace veil to kick-start your theme. Obviously, a white wedding dress is a must-have, but white gowns don’t just have to stop at the bridal outfit – bridesmaids in tea-length white gowns and gypsophila bouquets will look simply gorgeous. Wedding cakes with white icing have always been hugely popular and they work wonderfully for a Winter wedding celebration. Keep the white theme going by opting for a chic white calligraphy cake topper – a personalised one will look incredibly unique. Our fab ‘It’s A Nice Day For A White Wedding’ cake topper is just perfect for this theme. Consider decorating your wedding cake table with a white lace table runner and an ivory cake stand – beautiful! It’s often the small details in weddings that have the most impact. Let’s start with your table décor: fresh white napkins and silk white ribbons tied around cutlery will create elegant table settings. Instead of traditional ‘Bride’ and ‘Groom’ chair covers, why not wrap white silky material around them and tie with lots of greenery and foliage? It’ll make your chairs stand out while looking seriously stylish. White or cream jugs full of stunning white blooms make for gorgeous wedding table centrepieces – and they can easily be set up on the morning of your special day. Surround with dainty white tea lights for an extra touch – and who doesn’t love candles at weddings?! If your wedding venue is already a blank canvas with white walls and interiors, you’ve already set the scene before you’ve even started with venue décor. Balloons have become a huge décor trend this year, and I think white balloons are particularly chic. Tie a few together and dot around your venue for a subtle nod towards your white Winter wedding. Balloons also make for fab props in your wedding photographs, and they’ll look very bridal. Keep things romantic by creating a white table full of your favourite photographs of you as a couple and display them in a variety of white frames. Your guests will love looking at them and it’ll break the ice and get people talking! You could be extra clever and include photographs of your siblings, parents and grandparents on their wedding day too. An all white Winter wedding theme is utterly elegant, beautiful and classy. You really can’t go wrong with this theme – you just have to use your imagination when it comes to styling your wedding venue. If you are planning on this colour scheme browse our white wedding decorations here. pin these images on pinterest White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas    White winter wedding decorations and ideas      White winter wedding decorations and ideas Photography Credits Image 1: Source Photographer / Image 2: Source Photographer / Image 3: Source Photographer / Image 4: SourcePhotographer / Image 5: SourcePhotographer / Image 6: SourcePhotographer / Image 7: Source Photographer / Image 8: SourcePhotographer / Image 9: SourcePhotographer / Image 10: SourcePhotographer / Image 11: Source Photographer / Image 12: Source Photographer / Image 13: Source - Photographer / Image 14: Source - Photographer / Image 15: Source - Photographer / Image 16: Source - Photographer 

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