Ever since you were little you have pictured what your Wedding Day would look like, from the perfect dress fit for a princess to the venue and the special someone you will share the rest of your life with. You have finally got everything you ever dreamed of and now it is time to get into the finer details. Choosing décor for a Winter Wedding can be a challenge. The cooler air and darker days make it harder to keep you and your guests cosy throughout your special day. Fizzco Events are here to share our tips and tricks on how to decorate your venue, transforming it into the wedding of your dreams.
The perfect flowers like Peonies, Hydrangeas and Dahlias are out of Season, so que the Mistletoe and Holly. It is very unlikely there will be glistening Snow on the ground, often Rain. However, Winter is the season for spreading the love with Christmas, New Year’s, and Valentine’s on the horizon, not to mention everyone is in the festive spirit and ready to party. If you are planning winter nuptials in the future, Fizzco Events have some suggestions on styling your venue that is sure to fill your heart with warmth.
Let There Be Light
Light up the room with Curtain Lights and candles to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. This will ooze romance and create a joyful spirit for the holiday season. Twinkling lights and natural flames create a romantic ambience for you and your guests.
Keep It Cosy
Regardless of your venue whether indoor or outdoor, make sure that your guests are comfortable and cosy. Opt for either a wool or cashmere throw that could double up as a wedding favour.
Keep it Low
Celebrating with your family and friends is one of the main focuses of the day, ensure that your centrepieces are low-lying to create a more intimate dining experience.
It is easy to go over the top draping Flower arrangements over every railing, table and everything in between, but why not skip the blooms and go green? Drape Willow, Eucalyptus and Spruce for an elegant and fresh scent throughout your venue. Green Garlands look sensational draped over fireplace mantles, stair bannisters as well as table centrepieces.
To warm things up a bit, opt for a warmer tone in your cutlery and tabletop decorations rather than classic silverware. Copper and Rust toned flatware adds a sense of elegance to the special moment. This typical alternative to Gold, which is still undeniably chic.
Get The Party Started
Typically Balloons and Streamers are reserved for Birthday Parties but when added to a wedding that coincides with the Holidays it adds some fun to the party, not to mention keeping the kids entertained. Mixing Gold, Platinum and Bronze decor elements can level up your space and make for a fantastic photo opportunity.
We hope you found our winter wedding decor inspiration useful. If you would like further assistance planning the wedding of your dreams get in touch with us at [email protected] or give us a call on 01427 666026.