Winter Wedding Wonderland

We are having a Christmas wedding but don’t want to have an overpowering Christmas theme, what do you recommend that is stylish with a hint of winter?

Whether your wedding is in a rustic barn or an opulent manor house, a theme of sparkling silver and crisp white with a touch of icey blue will transform your venue into a winter wonderland, producing a sparkle of Christmas without being overpowering.  Metallic colours are right on trend just now, so a touch of silver will ensure your wedding has not only the luxe vibe but is stunningly stylish and beautifully festive.

Show-stopping tall centrepieces made from white twigs with hanging crystals bring height and elegance to the room. A couple of strategically placed 6ft tall snow trees provide the ultimate wow factor. Ceilings covered in white drapes, delicate white fairy lights and hanging crystal chandeliers, coupled with gentle icey blue up lighting, bring in a subtle sensation of a winters afternoon.

Sophisticated dinner tables covered in icey blue table cloths set with silver cutlery, charger plates and white napkins, surrounded by acrylic dining chairs with silver sashes, give the sensation of luxury.

The breathtaking cake covered in icey blue icing adorned with delicate crisp white snow flakes makes a stunning focal point, when coupled with the wishing tree with white decorative balls ready for your guests to write their wishes on.

Once all of these touches have been brought together your venue will be an elegant winter wonderland full of romance and opulence, while gently hinting that Christmas is around the corner and promoting seasonal cheer, all without the sensation of a children’s grotto.

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