Design a Winter Wedding

Ornament favors, snowflake cakes and branches draped with beads weave winter into wedding decor.
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Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Photo By: Image courtesy of Kate Murphy Photography

Pinecone Bouquet

Pinecones mixed with white roses make a wonderfully woodsy wedding bouquet.

Ornament Favors

The bride and groom at this winter wedding used ornaments to anchor guests' place cards. The sign says, "Friends are the ornaments of our lives."  

Snowflake Favor Boxes

Adorable blue snowflake stickers send guests off with a smile.

Red Ribbon Winner

Bird seed is for the birds. Give guests sticks tied with ribbons for a stylish send-off.

Light the Way

White pillar candles in white lanterns light the winter walkway from the wedding to the reception.

Pinecones and Candles

Here's an easy and inexpensive wedding decor idea: Fill hurricane vases with pinecones and branches and use tea lights to cast a warm glow.

White Hydrangeas

Though red and green are the traditional colors of the season, white florals like these hydrangeas focus on crisp winter colors.

Red Roses

Red roses and greenery may feel too much like Christmas. Leave the leaves out for a simple and stunning bouquet. 

Berry Handsome

Two tiny red berries say so much in his beautiful boutonniere.  

Have A Ball!

No matter what other flowers are in the bouquet, red berries always add visual and textural interest. 

Snowflake Cake

Dark colored snowflakes warm up this white wedding cake. Four mugs that spell out "love" are filled with white marigolds.

Beads and Branches

Just because the leaves are bare doesn't mean they're not beautiful. Drape rows of clear beads across limbs and illuminate with tea lights.

Fall in Glove

You know what they say: Cold hands, warm heart. Mittens make a cute backdrop for the traditional wedding band photo.

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