Im having a winter wedding in November next year.... I have ice blue and silver colour theme, so far iv got the colour for my chair sash, bridesmaids and flowers. If got sparklers to have a send off photo with all day guests. Iv got glitter stags to place on tables, snowflake lights for my center piece bowls and pine cone placecards. What else could I do to make my wedding most wintery.
Hi I would add some snow flake ornaments :)
You could make your own confetti bundles using your colour theme .. hole punches come in all different kinds of shapes at this time of year, maybe your drinks reception could include a mulled wine? X
That sounds so lovely, I went to a family wedding that had baubles as seating names for the ladies and a shot glass for the men. What about tinsel wrapped around chairs or tables, dusting of snow on the tables. Pinterest have some great ideas also! :)
My venue unfortunately doesn't allow any confetti on the grounds or in the building :/
Baubles as favours. Cake table full of mince pies, christmas logs etc. Welcome drink mulled wine. Snow globes as table numbers.
Sounds lovely wedding , love the winter wedding x
Snow flake confetti from Adamapple
It’s also biodegradable x
Mistletoe hanging from a doorway? It is supposed to be a romantic occasion after all
Snow machine or bubble machine. Wood logs topped with snow. Baubles. Garlands etc x
We had the exact same theme last December :) I'll put pictures in the comments
I am getting married next December and we put the Christmas tree up with nice white decorations and I am having a white bridal cloak/cape thing which looks very much like something for a snow queen or something like that. I think it will be really pretty.
Could give the tables 'wintery' names ie: snowflake, icicles, evergreen etc. Or woodland animals, xmas movies/songs etc
Hire a snow machine & loads of white baby's breath as cheapest way to decorate for flowers in pitcher jugs ....
I got balloons with little LED lights in them, had them filled with helium, and weighted them so they could be suspended throughout the room any different height I wanted. Not a wedding, but an elegant blue/silver winter event. It was gorgeous. I'll try to link my Pinterest. Board here, but it sounds like you already have lovely plans.
We got married in November 2015 and had mulled wine for the drinks after the ceremony and ginger bread for the favours, but we had the favours available during the drinks so they were like replacement canapés
Fake snow on the tables, plastic ice cubes