As a winter bride you can bask in the picturesque views among snowy backdrops that you will witness at your wedding as well as the enjoyment of the money you have saved.
Winter is considered off-season for weddings and the rates charged by wedding venues as well as other wedding vendors are generally lower than peak wedding season rates.
One of those must-have wedding decor items that you can save on is in the area of wedding centerpieces.
As your wedding guests enter your wedding reception venue, their eyes will be drawn to the wedding centerpieces on your wedding guest tables. For that reason an eye-catching wedding centerpiece is one of the keys to successful wedding decor.
Today we present 10 winter wedding centerpieces that are pure magic, from Colin Cowie Weddings:
What’s so great about winter, you ask? Let’s just say it’s not the cold weather that gets us so excited for these chillier months – it’s the inspiring décor that has us head over heels with the winter season. You may be thinking that there aren’t many options when it comes to winter wedding décor without becoming super cheesy (we’re looking at you – mistletoe). Well, trust us, there is a winter wonderland way. Since centerpieces are the main event at your reception, we’re showing you 10 fresh and frosty ideas that will prove that the magic of winter still exists.
Kick summertime floral to the curb and opt for lush winter greens.
2. Pinecone Accents
So, we love pinecones – but just make sure to go easy on them when adding them as element to your decor. Remember, less is more!
3. Winter Glitter
Create a tablescape that glitters like fresh snow on a sunny day.
4. Winter Citrus
Incorporate seasonal fruits to add a bit of citrus to your centerpiece!
5. Colorful Warmth
Bold colors will instantly warm up the atmosphere of a chilly winter wedding day.
6. Get Moody
Don’t be afraid to get a little edgy – dark colors and moody material can create a jaw-dropping tablescape.
7. Holiday Spirit
Even if your wedding falls after the holiday season, you can still add some spirit to your day! Because what’s more romantic than the holidays, are we right?
8. Crisp & Cool
How minimalistic and beautiful is this tablescape? We love the idea of incorporating winter tones in light doses.
9. Soft Elegance
Neutrals and subtle muted tones exude elegance at a winter wedding.
10. Candles on Candles
If your home isn’t swimming in candles, then are you really doing winter right? Translate that same element of romance into your wedding by making candles the center of attention.
— Lauren Megerdichian