Winter Wedding Ideas

Bridal Guide


We love the intimate magic of winter weddings: the off-white gown, the sparkling centerpieces, perhaps a beautiful blanket of snow to line your way down the aisle. Among the popular color schemes for winter weddings, one of our favorites is all white. While a pristine, elegant and purely bridal scheme this is, it can be difficult to master for fear of the ceremony space or reception hall being too stark or boring. Here are some ideas borrowed from past winter celebrations that showcase the all white wedding in a polished and chic way. After all, it’s a nice day for a white wedding (according to Billy Idol).






We love the bountiful ruffles and feminine lace on this gown. The sophisticated high collar contrasts nicely with the playful bow at the waist. 
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Allure Bridals


Channel your inner snowball with this fabulous ball gown from Allure Bridals. The dropped waist bodice is frivolously adorned with rich embroidery and Swarovski crystals that erupt into a dramatic organza ruffled skirt. 
This stunning flared gown by Demetrios is available in white and ivory and can be paired with a ruffled jacket for those chilly winter celebrations. 

Demetrios Platinum


Ceremony Decor

Imagine walking down an aisle surrounded by beautiful off-white blooms, hanging candles and a floral arch. 
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Your guests will be dazzled with this contemporary alter created from white columns, clear vases, silver branches, white flowers and petals and silver globes.
A little light goes a long way in creating a romantic spot to tie the knot. This wedding scene is easy and inexpensive to create by using twinkle lights (easily found this time of year) and white rose petals. 
Wedding Wire  


This simple, romantic bouquet is ideal for a country winter wedding. Find vintage fabric to wrap around the bottom for an extra touch. 
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Add a few feathers to instantly dress up a floral arrangement, and tie with an extravagant bow.
The Bridal Lounge  
Collect winter white and gold brooches to create your own vintage brooch bouquet, a wonderful wedding keepsake.
Emmaline Bride  


Have your baker match the lace pattern on your dress with the pattern of the cake to achieve a gorgeous and sentimental piece of culinary art. 
Style Me Pretty  
Get into the spirit of winter by asking your baker to create these festive edible snowflakes to use as toppers. 
Perfect Wedding Day  
Nothing speaks wintry wonder like this classic houndstooth patterned cake. We like the mixing and matching of cake shapes, the sophisticated design in the center and the 'snowy' poufs hanging from the top. 
Dahlia's Day   


For a casual reception, fill vases or bowls with all-white arrangements such as peonies for a simple, classic look.
Martha Stewart Weddings  
A more extravagant affair calls for attention-grabbing pieces like these icy glass branches. 
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DIY Brides will enjoy this project: paint wine bottles to make white vases, and top with baby's breath, an inexpensive, airy flower that will remind your guests of snowfall. 
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