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Candle Centerpieces

In lieu of flower wedding arrangements, surround lanterns with evergreen and pinecones. Your venue will smell amazing and it still creates a timeless look.

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Cake Decor

No need for fondant flowers on your cake. Evergreen arrangements make for a beautiful alternative.

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Pines at the Altar

Say your vows in front of a backdrop of pine trees with pinecones and candle details decorating the aisle.

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evergreen and pinecone boutonniere
Photo: PIGEON FORGE

Pinecone Boutonniere

Let's face it, flower boutonnieres hardly ever last throughout the day. This pinecone and evergreen combo will look just as good the night of your wedding as it did when your groom pinned it on that morning.

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Crowned Beauty

Ditch the veil, this greenery crown is perfect for bohemian and country brides. Wear with a loose braided or curled updo.

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winter wedding portrait with evergreens in background
Photo: MANDI NELSON

Natural Backdrop

There's no need for perfectly crafted backgrounds, when this is the backdrop of your wedding ceremony or reception. Let nature do the work for you.

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Happy Hashtagging

Got a personalized hashtag for your wedding? Spell it out with evergreen wreaths! It'll double as a beautiful focal point at your ceremony and ensure your guests share their best photos with you.

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succulent winter bouquet
Photo: AARON YOUNG

Sultry Succulents

Not all succulents are created equal. While most bloom in late summer and early fall, yuccas, chicks and hens are evergreen, turning beautiful shades of reds and greens in the winter, making them the perfect focal point for your wedding bouquet.

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A Wrapped Surprise

Send your guest off with something to remember your day by. Skip the wrapping paper and plastic bags and grab these beautifully wrapped gifts that are almost too pretty to open!

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evergreen place cards
Photo: THE KITCHN

Place Cards

Give your guests a little green for finding their place at your reception.