Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Winter is well and truly here which means that Christmas is just days away. Which is why today we're looking at some magical Winter wedding inspiration! Hanging vases and candle holders are a great way of injecting personality into your Winter wedding and there are so many different ways they can be used. Discover our favourite decoration ideas for hanging vases and candle holders. Hanging vases and candle holders for winter weddings ideas Image Source - Photographer If you love the thought of a simple yet stylish minimalist wedding theme then listen up, as we've got the perfect centrepiece for your reception tables. Simply secure some small branches or twigs in a vase. Then hang small candle holders from the branches and fill with tea lights. It's easy to style and it creates a chic Winter vibe that your guests will love. ruffledblog-com-katieharmsworth-com Image Source - Photographer You can easily create a rustic tree centrepiece too – the perfect choice if you're planning a Winter woodland wedding theme. Rather than using a vase as a base, opt for a wooden crate and fill it with dried moss. Then you can just secure it with some small branches or twigs and decorate it with rustic hanging candle holders. stylemepretty-com-alealovely-com Image Source - Photographer The outside of your wedding venue can often look a little bare in Winter, especially once all of the trees have lost their leaves. But don't fret, it's easy to make the outside of your venue look as good as the inside. Simply tie glass vases full of Winter blooms to the tree branches using a roll of twine ribbon. stylemepretty-com-smittenphotography-com Image Source - Photographer If you're lucky enough to have a rustic barn wedding venue that features lots of wooden beams, make use of them! Hanging vases and candle holders will look incredible tied along the beams, dangling over the reception tables. It'll give your venue a gorgeous glowing ambience and can even be an alternative to traditional centrepieces. confettidaydreams-com-clairetography-com Image Source - Photographer If your wedding venue doesn't feature beams but you love the thought of hanging vases and candle holders above your reception tables, it's time to get DIY savvy. You'll need to check with your venue first, but you can easily create your own temporary wooden installation that has the same effect as beams. stylemepretty-com-thescobeys-com Image Source - Photographer Hanging vases and candle holders for Winter weddings will look fab anywhere you put them, but why not add an extra festive touch? You could wrap twine, hessian or even tartan ribbon around the rim of your candles, jam jars or mason jars. Use a glittering gold or silver ribbon to hang your vases from – you can never have too much sparkle at a Winter wedding! stylemepretty-com-vickijames-com-au Image Source - Photographer Go all out with your wedding venue decor and create a showstopper centrepiece that's different from the norm. Fill large mercury hanging vases with Winter foliage – the wild and overflowing greenery will look stylish and it's perfect for the season. Ruffled - photo by http://www.pillphotography.com/ - styling by http://www.blvly.com/ - http://ruffledblog.com/stonebrook-farm-wedding-ideas/ Image Source - Photographer Add a dash of glamour to your Winter wedding with our gold and grey hanging lanterns. You could hang them from your wedding venue entrance or from your wedding gift table. Fill with tea lights for a golden glow. distressed_grey_and_gold_vase_centrepiece_3_1024x1024 Image Source - Photographer Hanging vases, candles and flowers are the perfect ingredients for a stunning ceremony backdrop. Adorn an archway or beam with lots of foliage and Winter blooms – you can never go wrong with romantic red roses. Work in some small hanging vases and candle holders and you've got yourself a seriously special place to say 'I Do'. stylemepretty-com-biasampaio-com Image Source - Photographer If your venue has hanging chandeliers, consider giving them a festive touch by decorating them with a Winter wreath. You could then hang vases or candle holders from the chandeliers for maximum impact. Your wedding venue will look completely unique, as well as magical. stylemepretty-com-carlagatesphotography-com Image Source - Photographer Take a look at our collection of hanging decorations vases and candle holders! shop-now        

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 

Top 10 Magical Winter Wonderland Wedding Decorations

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – to tie the knot! Today’s post is all about our favourite wedding decorations that are perfect for a magical Winter wonderland wedding theme. A Winter wonderland wedding theme uses lots of enchanting colours including silver, white, icy blue and a sprinkling of glitter! Keep reading and find out how you can pull it off…

Sparklers at Weddings

We love using sparklers at weddings throughout the year, but we think they’re especially magical at a Winter wonderland wedding. They’re ultra-romantic and a fun way to keep your guests entertained in the evening. Plus, they make for stunning wedding photographs. Keep a pot of sparklers at your wedding venue and offer them to your guests as favours. Perhaps choose a specific time to light them in the evening so that your photographer can be sure to capture it all on camera. They’re an easy way to add a dash of sparkle to your special day. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-omalleyphotographers-com Image Source - Photographer

Sparkling Silver Wedding Tables

Your reception tables have a huge impact on your wedding décor, so make sure they fit in with a Winter wonderland wedding theme. Silver lanterns full of tea-lights make for charming table centrepieces. Plus, candles will create a warm and welcoming glow to your reception. As it gets darker much earlier during the Winter, you’ll find that you need to use a lot of candles and effective lighting during your reception. Opt for silver glittery table numbers to show your guests to their seats in style. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-jeffgreenough-com Image Source - Photographer

Stunning Winter Centrepieces

There are so many choices when it comes to Winter wonderland wedding centrepieces. Silver mercury vases full of Winter blooms will definitely have the ‘WOW’ factor. Fill your vases with eucalyptus, sprigs of evergreen, white roses and dusty miller foliage. The combination of colours will create an elegant centrepiece that’s made for a magical Winter wedding. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-fsphotostudio-com Image Source - Photographer

Magical Winter Crystals

A string of crystals is seriously versatile when it comes to wedding decorations and there are so many ways they can can be used at your venue. Drape across silver candelabra for a subtle Winter sparkle at your wedding tables. Alternatively, you could hang them across the back of your chairs as glamorous chair covers. If you’re having a Christmas tree at your wedding, they look stunning wrapped around the branches. We love the thought of creating a crystal ceremony backdrop for when you say ‘I Do’. Simply link the string of crystals together and hang at the back of your ceremony area. They’ll twinkle and sparkle as you marry the love of your life. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations available from @theweddingomd theweddingofmydreams-co-ukstring-of-crystals Image Source - Photographer

Winter Wonderland Wedding Tree

A Christmas tree can easily be a part of your wedding venue décor. But we’re not talking about traditional fir Christmas trees, we’re talking about a guest book Christmas tree! All you need to do is spray paint a small branch that’s free from any leaves. We recommend silver, white or even icy blue. Place it in a pot and weigh it down with pine-cones, baubles or anything else that takes your fancy. Ask your guests to write a lovely message or piece advice on a luggage tag and attach it to the branches of the tree. You’ve got yourself a unique Christmas tree guest book that you can treasure forever. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-erickelley-com Image Source - Photographer

Winter Wonderland Centrepieces

You can also use trees and branches as part of your Winter wonderland wedding centrepiece. Branches placed in vases are a simple yet effective way of adding to your table décor. You could decorate the branches with Christmas decorations or pinecones. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations modwedding-com-tealephotography-net Image Source - Photographer

Sparkly Sequin Table Runners

Sequin table runners have taken the wedding world by storm over the last couple of years and they’re absolutely perfect for a Winter wonderland wedding. Whether you use them on your reception tables or your wedding cake table, they’ll effortlessly add a touch of sparkle to your day. 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations whimsicalwonderlandweddings-com-jmcsweeneyphotography-co-uk Image Source - Photographer

Frosty Blue Tables

Style your tables with a frosty blue colour palette to make your guests feel like they’ve stepped into a magical Winter wonderland wedding. Icy blue napkins teamed with cool blue plates and cutlery can instantly transform your tables and even your wedding venue. If you’ve already got silver cutlery, why not tie it with a silk blue ribbon for a dash of elegance? 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations hellomay-com-au-benyew-com Image Source - Photographer

Light Up Letters and Fairy Lights

As we mentioned earlier, you’ll need to use a lot of lighting throughout your reception in the Winter. Drape pretty fairy lights across the ceiling and entrance of your venue to make your reception feel truly magical. Light-up letters are also a popular way of creating a warm, Winter glow. If you want to go all out with your festive theme, why not opt for light-up stars and dot them around your wedding dance-floor? 10 magical winter wonderland wedding decorations rockmywedding-co-uk-anne-schwarz-com Image Source - Photographer

Snowflake Lanterns

Frosted snowflake lanterns and hanging vases full of tea-lights will look stunning hanging around your wedding venue. You could adorn your gift table, dessert table or wedding entrance with pretty Winter lanterns. Light up the outside of your wedding venue by hanging lanterns from the trees – perfection! featured image fabmood-com-anastasiabelik-com Image Source - Photographer Discover more of our favourite Winter wonderland wedding ideas here! shop-now  

20 Tips For Planning a Winter Wedding

Winter really is a wonderful time of year to tie the knot, but it does come with some challenges. From travel disruption to cold weather, it can be hard to ignore the problems! However, follow our top tips and you can easily avoid any difficulties! You’ll be on the way to the Winter wedding of your dreams… 20 Tips For Planning Winter Weddings - put together by The Wedding of my Dreams @theweddingomd Image Source - Photographer

20 Tips For Planning a Winter Wedding

1 Winter is a popular time for both weddings and parties. Make sure you book your ideal wedding venue well in advance to avoid any disappointment. You’ll be surprised about how many venues get booked up for Christmas functions. 2 The same applies for your wedding guests! Let your friends and family know about your wedding date in advance so that they can plan their Christmas break. Lots of people will be going away on holiday or visiting family, and you don’t want to receive a ton of declining RSVPs! 20 tips for planning a winter wedding 100layercake-com-tandemphoto-co-uk Image Source - Photographer 3 We all know that the British weather can be testing at the best of times – especially in Winter! Ask your guests to arrive at your venue earlier than you would usually to allow for any travel disruptions. This also applies to the bride – you don’t want to be late to your own wedding! 4 When it comes to a Winter wedding, it’s best to hold your ceremony and reception in the same place. This is generally easier for wedding guests anyway, but particularly in the Winter. Opt for a wedding venue with accommodation too, this way your guests won’t have to travel home in the middle of the night. 5 Hang lots of lanterns around your wedding venue entrance for a wonderful, warm welcome. Lanterns lined along the ceremony aisle will look gorgeous too. We’re also huge fans of using lanterns as reception table centrepieces. 20 tips for planning a winter wedding rockmywedding-co-uk-lolarosephotography-com Image Source - Photographer 6 Warm and cosy wedding venues with lots of fireplaces are ideal for a Winter wedding. Your guests can gather around the fireplace with a warming drink or cocktail – perfection! 7 Candles are a must-have at any Winter wedding! Use lots of tea-lights on your reception tables and even your gift table. 8 Make sure you and your bridesmaids stay warm during your wedding day! Chic sequin jackets or soft faux fur boleros will look stylish while making sure you stay toasty. You’ll thank us during the outdoor photographs! 20 tips for planning a winter wedding stylemepretty-com-melinawallisch-com Image Source - Photographer Opt for Christmas-themed or festive wedding favours. Have you seen our 15 fab wedding favours for Winter weddings? 10 Don’t forget about beauty prep! Winter can cause chaos when it comes to skincare and you don’t want to wake up to a beauty disaster on your big day. Prepare well in advance by investing in a decent moisturiser and lip-balm. 20 tips for plannign a winter wedding fabmood-com-anastasiabelik-com Image Source - Photographer 11 If you are planning on having wedding photographs outdoors, it may be worth wearing wedding wellies! This way you and your ladies won’t ruin your shoes. Plus, they will look fab in your photographs! 12 Be sure to discuss your wedding day timeline with your photographer. It may sound obvious, but a lot of couples forget that it’ll get darker much earlier. You don’t want to miss any key photograph opportunities, so get that ‘first look’ photo early on in the day. 13 Provide your wedding guests with a basket full of cute white umbrellas. Chances are your guests won’t have brought an umbrella, but they’re a necessity in case it rains! 20 tips for planning a winter wedding junebugweddings-com-theimageisfound-com Image Source - Photographer 14 Keep your wedding guests cosy with hand-warmers or gloves! They’re a great choice for your Winter wedding favours. 15 Offer your guests a pre-ceremony cocktail or hot drink! Baileys, mulled wine or even just a cup of tea will help to make sure everyone has warmed up before the party starts. 16 Hot cocoa wedding favours and drink stations are a huge trend for this season. Create a DIY or self-serve hot chocolate station where your guests can make their own hot chocolate drinks with cream and marshmallows. 17 Be sure to speak to your wedding florist about which flowers are in season. If you want blooms that aren’t in season, it’ll be either impossible or very expensive to source them! 20 tips for planning a winter wedding ruffledblog-com-3photography-ca Image Source - Photographer 18 Have you considered holding your ceremony at a slightly earlier time? This will ensure that you make the most of the natural light for your wedding photographs. 19 Serve delicious hot food throughout the whole wedding day. Lots of warm, delicious canapés and toasty drinks! 20 Lastly, enjoy the wedding planning experience. No matter what sort of challenges you may face, you are still going to marry the man of your dreams! 20 tips for planning a winter wedding stylemepretty-com-coryryan-com Image Source - Photographer shop-now WINTER WONDERLAND WEDDING DECORATIONS FOR SALE WINTER WOODLAND WEDDING DECORATIONS FOR SALE TREE SLABS RUSTIC WINTER  

Drinks Stations For Winter Weddings

Winter weddings are all about being warm, cosy and suitably festive. What better way to decorate your wedding venue than with a Winter drinks station?

Drinks Stations For Winter Weddings

This latest (and possibly tastiest) trend has taken the wedding world by storm and it seems that couples are loving these yummy treats. Summer saw the introduction of homemade lemonade dispensers and fruity cocktail bars. However, we’re looking at drink stations that are just perfect for your Winter celebration. Drinks station ideas for winter weddings Image Source - Photographer

Hot Cocoa Station

DIY hot cocoa stations are a wonderful addition for Winter weddings. Display mason jars brimming with mini marshmallows and hot chocolate powder on a table. You could use a chest of drawers or a bookcase to serve your hot chocolate drinks. Include shots of caramel, vanilla and white chocolate sauce for a truly tasty experience. Your guests will love this idea, especially when it gets chilly in the cold Winter evenings. drinks stations at winter weddings stonewoodvintage-com-catmayerstudio-com Image Source - Photographer

Mulled Wine

Mulled wine is a must-have at any festive wedding. A drink station dedicated to serving mulled wine will look fabulous decorated with fir wreaths, pine cones and cinnamon sticks wrapped with ribbon. You could fill drink dispensers with hot mulled wine so that guests can serve themselves, but it might be asking a member of staff to check it's all working okay during the reception. drinks stations at winter weddings bridalmusings-com-donalskehan-com Image Source - Photographer

Time For A Brew

Sometimes all you need on a cold Winter’s night is a cup of tea or coffee – and your guests will definitely appreciate it! It’s often at the end of the evening that people start craving a cuppa, but it’s easy to incorporate it into your big day while still looking chic. Hang a mixture of vintage cups on a wooden pallet or wooden shelves. Provide jars of teabags and coffee, along with jugs of milk and boiling water. Include a few mason jars full of biscuits and festive delights to go with the drinks. drinks stations at winter weddings ruffledblog-com-sbethphoto-com Image Source - Photographer

Christmas Cocktails

Winter weddings are never complete without a few Christmas-inspired cocktails. Create a cute cocktail station that your guests can help themselves to. It’s best to choose two signature drinks: the bride’s favourite cocktail and the groom’s favourite cocktail. This is a very classy way of making sure your guests stay hydrated while feeling festive. Snowballs, Eggnog and mulled cider are very delicious additions. drinks stations at winter weddings onefabday-com-brosnanphotographic-com Image Source - Photographer shop-now