So you're having a winter wedding! Woo-hoo! We think you've made the right decision. Winter weddings are so magical and if you're on a budget opting for a winter wedding can save you money!  In case you're still undecided, we've got this roundup of the most festive, cosiest, and prettiest winter wedding decorations AND another roundup of 15 things you should consider about winter weddings, too! We know you'll have your mind made up once you take a look at all the goodness below...

Introducing the cosiest winter wedding decorations to help you plan your winter wedding!

Winter Tablescapes and Settings

What do you need to make your tablescape wintery? This real wedding inspiration is here to answer! Plenty of greenery and foliage is always a staple. Some pops of red and gold add that festive feeling. If you're having a proper Christmas wedding some baubles, Christmas crackers, and warm cosy lighting are also essential.

Blanket Baskets

One of the main things you might worry about with having a winter wedding is the weather. It might be chilly and with everyone in light dresses and suits, they might feel the cold. But we're here with a simple solution. Blanket basket favours! Give out some nice cosy blankets to keep your guests feeling warm throughout the afternoon. We're sure by the time the evening comes around your guests will be warmed up from the reception dance party or whatever delicious cocktails or alcohol you might be serving.

Winter Wedding Decorations - Christmas Trees

If you're really looking for cosy festive vibes, a Christmas tree is the obvious answer! Look at how pretty these pictures are. Wherever the tree is placed, it really elevates the winter vibes in your wedding photos. Why not go for some mistletoe too? A kiss under the mistletoe would make for an amazing wedding photo!

Winter Drinks

You can get into the winter spirit with your wedding drinks, too! Instead of a traditional cocktail hour with some summery Aperol Spritz, why not serve some mulled wine? Similarly, jazz up your prosecco with a 'pimp your prosecco' station. Let guests add some fruit, purées or anything else they fancy! Or for an alcohol-free option, serve some hot chocolate! One of the weddings below had a s'mores station, which is such a perfect idea for a winter wedding!

Cosy Winter Lighting

Fairy lights, fairy lights, and MORE fairy lights. For a true cosy winter wedding, fairy lights are essential. Adding some taper candles on your tables also helps to create that warm golden light when it gets so dark outside. It's so romantic! If you love cosy lighting, our wedding lighting article is perfect for you.

Winter Wedding Cakes

Your wedding cake is not only a yummy sweet treat but it acts as decor, too! A wintery wedding cake with some white icing, powdered sugar, berries, or red flowers is such a nice touch. You could also go for some gingerbread, Christmas pudding, mince pies, or other traditional winter desserts to serve around your wedding cake!

Winter Wedding Flowers and Bouquets 

Winter wedding flowers and bouquets traditionally include white and red flowers with lots of foliage and greenery for the ultimate festive Chsitmas look! Everyone knows that winter weddings need to have a lot of white and a lot of red as you can see in the inspiration below! What flowers are in season for winter weddings? Well, we have good news! It's a lot more than you'd think. Here are some popular winter wedding flowers you'll spot in bridal bouquets all the time during the festive months.

  • Poinsettias
  • Rhododendron
  • Christmas cactus
  • Cyclamen
  • Paperwhite Narcissus
  • Anemones
  • Orchids
  • Holly
  • Hypericum berries
  • Delphinium
  • Eucalyptus

and so much more!

Get into the festive spirit with this winter wedding decoration inspiration!

Want to see these winter wedding decorations in action? Go ahead and take a peek at our fave winter weddings! We're just so in love with the sparkly season. Speaking of the sparkly season, we have a roundup of sequins, sparkles and glitter with everything from decor, dresses, accessories, wedding rings, and MORE! You don't want to miss that.

Leah Blundell

Written by Leah Blundell

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