Winter Wedding Trends
‘Tis the season for fabulous fabrics, glistening decor and winter warmers. The days are inevitably colder, but nothing warms our hearts like a winter wedding.
So if you’re dreaming of celebrating your nuptials in a winter wonderland and need some inspiration, you are in the right place.
The winter months are the perfect time to have fun with wedding fashion. Think layers of lace, elegant capes, bejewelled skirts, leather jackets and faux fur. Not forgetting the chance to play with statement sleeves, high necklines and more structured shapes.
Florals and Accents
Choosing flowers for a winter wedding is a tale of two halves. Rich, opulent and jewel-toned reds or purples are perfect for dramatic winter floral arrangements. Whereas softer white, cream or delicate pastel flowers and pale green foliage make beautiful winter arrangements when combined with seasonal details such as pine cones, thistles and even succulents.
Luxe details such as metallics are on-trend right now and work perfectly with winter wedding flowers. Spray-painted metallic accents can add glamour and reflect the richness of this wonderful season.
Setting the Tone
We love a winter tablescape! An abundance of candles, greenery, metallics, whites and even blacks… In fact, a winter wedding is the perfect time to create a moodier, richer look and feel for your wedding feast. Extra touches like textured glass, velvet ribbons and stand out cutlery all adds to the opulence!
Chill Out and Warm-Up
No seasonal soiree is complete without a hot chocolate station. A great way to greet guests and warm them up pre-ceremony, during cocktail hour (with the option of adding a cheeky tipple) or even served around the firepit as a late-night treat.
If you are planning outdoor activities such as a fire show or a s’mores station, offering your guests cosy blankets is a wonderful way to keep them happy.
If you love the sound of a winter Dewsall wedding, then contact our events team today for more information or to book a viewing.