Filled with festive cheer and frosty chills, winter themed weddings are a huge hit with couples today. Say ‘I do’ whilst overlooking the majestic snowy landscapes at an intimate ceremony on the foothills of the Alps or go all out and throw a winter wonderland themed wedding bash for all your loved ones. Winter is coming, so let the wedding celebrations begin! #GOTfan
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Be inspired by the transforming weather and include dark hues of black or blue contrasted with pure white and add sparkling glitter motifs to represent the the stormy, chilly winter. Embrace the cold, just add a little magic in the air!
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Create a dreamy winter fairy tale atmosphere for your nuptials by incorporating frozen glass statues, seasonal centerpieces, cinnamon spiced aromatic candles, all against a blue themed backdrop.
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Bridal accessories such as long, graceful capes or a chic faux fur wraps are the ultimate wedding adornments. A stylish cover up that helps build up the quintessential winter wedding look whilst keeping you snug, a must-have for all you gorgeous winter brides!
Let It Snow!
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If you aren’t part of the winter god tribe, let it snow through snowflake projections! An incredible figurative option to create an ambience dusted with snowflakes with having to face the adverse weather conditions? Sign me up!
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Incorporate snow white cotton cotton within your centrepieces, bouquets and wreaths for a unconventional wintery vibe. The look and texture of the cotton balls are unique yet extremely elegant.
Hot Cocoa Bar & Cozy Favours
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“To have and to hold in case you get cold”, warm blankets are perfect for outdoor winter weddings. Along with a hot cuppa cocoa, its truly a match made in heaven! The decadent combination make for thoughtful wedding favours.
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