24 Whimsical + Romantic Winter Wedding Ideas

We're saying "yes" to pinecones, berries and blankets.

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Blanket + Bundle

Soft snow flurries and a bride wrapped in a berry-hued blanket yield major warm and fuzzy feelings here. The wow-worthy winter bouquet features a breathtaking combination of cream roses, red hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus and spray-painted gold cypress greenery.

The Little Things

Want to incorporate the magic of the holiday season into your decor without going all-out green and red? Send a subtle message by outfitting each place setting with a small, personal rosemary wreath topped with a star anise pod.

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Pretty in Pinecones

Create a tablescape straight from a winter wonderland with white garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace and ranunculus. Don't forget to sprinkle a few fashionable pinecones and glittery ornaments throughout for a wintery, woodsy touch. Create small arrangements in vintage silver vases and bowls, then place along a wooden runner.

Darling Deer

We’re feeling lots of love for this buttercream dream cake and the glittery, cake topper — a spitting image of the doe-eyed bride and her deer groom, yes?

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A Shock of Color

Who said winter weddings had to be all silver and white? Not us! Fill your bouquet with colorful, seasonal blooms like purple cabbage, deep red calla lilies and bold red protea for a cold-weather look that sizzles.

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Romantic Rose Altar

Ah, this floral arch is romance at its finest. Crisp white and rich red roses mix with lush greenery to create a dreamy backdrop for a couple to exchange "I do's."

Modern Winter Mix

Sleek glass jars, white and gold candles and a table of fresh-cut pine create picture-perfect accents for a modern, winter wedding day. Use this look down the center of a banquet table or to line an aisle for a chic walkway. Recreate this look with the steps below.

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Up the Glam Factor with Gold

Gold will always be a golden choice for wedding design. We find this holds especially true for "I do's"exchanged during the chilly months. Use this go-to hue to up the glam factor on your tables, centerpieces and gilded invitations. For a move that really ups the ante? Dress your wedding party in head-to-toe gleaming, gold gowns. You can thank us later.

Wedding Day Snow

Soft and airy, this wedding backdrop definitely doesn’t look homemade. The best part? It looks like falling snow. Wash your event space with white and recreate this backdrop with string, ribbon and wax paper.

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Festive Details

Create custom, keepsake wedding napkins to pretty-up your table for anniversaries and holiday hosting. Use this glittery gold and green napkin as inspiration for a design that will be elegant for years to come.

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Merry Mantel

If your venue has a fireplace, deck it with chic eucalyptus greenery and sophisticated black candlesticks grouped in multiples for a bold look that's not too Christmasy.

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Go Formal

Let the glitz and glamor of the holiday season inspire you to host a once-in-a-lifetime formal affair. Traditional calligraphy, family crests and gold foil invitations are all fair game (and gorgeous!) for creating your custom invitation suites.

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Keep Things Simple

Keep floral design simple for an intimate and casual wedding day. Less is more here, with frosty greenery draped on a rustic, cedar altar for a fresh winter ceremony.

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Pops of Red

White roses, deep red calla lilies and chrysanthemums mix with blush peonies and white tallow berries for sophisticated centerpieces that nod to the season, without feeling over-the-top or tacky. Tapered candlesticks add warmth to the white linens and add to the sophisticated ambiance.

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Faux Fur + Florals

No need to stand and shiver in the snow. Embrace the cold, dark and ultra-romantic weather and drape your tulle and lace gown with a foxy, faux-fur wrap. Paired with neutral florals, this look will keep you warm (and looking hot!) throughout the big day.


Run the Table

Soft candlelight and an inexpensive runner of sage-colored eucalyptus greenery are all you need to pull off a chic dinner affair.

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Dare for Drama

'Tis the season for saturated centerpieces and daring designs! Dramatic and delicious, this cake is dressed to impress in moody black, matching winter berries and glittering gold along the bottom tier.

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Married With Berries

Searching for an understated pop of red? Look no further. A trio of golden wedding bands is striking when staged with red berries against the texture of an aged, mossy log.

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Showstopping Silver

Ask your bridesmaids to slip into something silver for a sleek, chic wedding party. Pair the frosty frocks with lush, all-green bouquets for simple contrast that stuns. Looking to stick with the classics? Silver suits bright white blooms just as well.

Bouquet Alternative

Many brides are skipping the traditional bouquets and are opting instead for handheld statement pieces like this gorgeous, draping greenery garland. Photo: Kelsey Booth Photography

Candlelit Dinner

Candlelight makes for ultra-romantic date nights, so why not use it to create the most romantic date night of your life? Bonus: this glowing, dramatic table design eliminates any need to worry about what flowers are in season.

Beautiful Birch

If snowflakes and glitter aren't really your thing, go rustic-chic with snow-white wood accents like these place card holders made from birch log slices — a gorgeous look that's echoed in the wood bark chargers.

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Head Indoors

Weather outside feeling a bit...frightful? Skip the al fresco affair and make the most of a dramatic indoor venue, instead. This grand ballroom delights, decked with sophisticated white centerpieces and bold table designs.


Send Them Home With Mocha

There's nothing better than a warm mocha latte on a cold winter day. Send guests home with these cute test tubes filled with all the ingredients to make an instant mocha — just add water!

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