Wedding Planning

Winter Wedding Ideas: Pick a Seasonal Symbol

When it comes to winter wedding ideas, sometimes it is hard to narrow down your theme.  That’s why we love symbols or icons that represent the season. Use pine cones, snowflakes, or evergreen trees as your main decor element to give your wedding a festive, but streamlined, effect.

When it comes to winter wedding ideas, sometimes it is hard to narrow down your theme.  That’s why we love symbols or icons that represent the season. Use pine cones, snowflakes, or evergreen trees as your main decor element to give your wedding a festive, but streamlined, effect.

Above, use your winter wedding symbol on your wedding invitation. This pine cone invite feels warm and rustic because of its stencil detailing and clever fonts.

Carry your pine cone detail through many of your major wedding elements. This combo of pine cones and glitter-sprayed baby’s breath makes a stunning, wintry bridal bouquet (above).  Use your symbol with your monogram in tiny details like on the front of your guest book or on cocktail napkins (below). And this design is so stylish you can use the leftovers at dinner parties for the rest of the winter season!

 

Your wedding cake will exude winter with natural pine cone toppers (below). It definitely brings the outside in!

Snowflakes are among the most popular winter wedding symbols. Maybe it’s because of the shimmering charm of silver on white or it could just be from watching White Christmas one too many times, but there’s just something pure perfection about a snow-covered event.

Use glittering flakes on escort cards (below) and your whole welcome table will sparkle!

To warm up your guests on the way home, hand out snowflake cookies as a treat with hot cocoa to-go as your favors (below).

For your bridesmaids, give all of them a snowflake bobby pin (below) to wear in their hair. It’s pretty much guaranteed to be put to good use at every Christmas party thereafter.

And, of course, what winter wedding symbol is more appropriate than an evergreen tree?  Above, this snowy pine tree invite is actually made of wood.

Use small pine trees as simple, rustic centerpieces (above) wrapped in heavy burlap. Make sure treasured guests (such as grandparents and the parents of your besties) take them home after the reception.

Confession: I rarely love engraved wedding bands.  But this pine tree wedding band (above) would be nothing short of fantastic for an outdoorsy groom.  It’s subtle and refined.

We always like to end a post on the sweetest note possible, so here is the tastiest tree cake topper I could find. Nestled in a field of peppermint shavings, these white chocolate evergreens would fit perfectly with your winter theme.

  

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