4 Quick Hits of Winter Wedding Decor


Looking for ways to make your winter wedding venue POP? Here are a few ideas on décor to give you a quick hit of inspiration.



Snow Flakes


Recreate the whimsy of snowfall by hanging decorations from ceilings, walls and beams. Snowflakes in different sizes across the venue space are ideal in encapsulating an idyllic winter theme.  



A pack of two die cut white tissue snowflakes (12inches). 
Price: £3.99
Company: Ginger Ray

Put a Brolly Up


There’s nothing like the British weather to stir up a conversation at the bus stop or sheer panic when planning a wedding. Umbrellas are a fab way of helping to theme a venue whilst simultaneously being a necessary precaution. If the sun comes out and everything stays dry, then you’ve still got props for the photographs (and a collection of lovely brollies). 




Wedding Umbrellas by loveumbrellas.com Available in lots of different colours to coordinate with a wedding
theme and colours. 
Wind resilient, and for everyday weather use.

It's all baubles


Add a little bit of Christmas magic and sparkle with winter themed place card holders. We LOVE these baubles because they’re so clean and simple but so effective in complementing the warm, cosy theme we expect from winter weddings. 



Gold Star Bauble Place Card Holders Each pack contains 6 glass place card
holders measuring: 4cm (W) x 5.5cm (H) x 4cm (D).
£5.99 from gingerray.co.uk


Light Up, Light Up…


What could be cosier at this time of the year than soft, flickering candlelight? Not only do they add ambient light, but they make excellent centrepieces, too. Be creative - they don't have to all match, but they should complement the general theme or colour scheme


Hessian Candles.  White or grey/gold candle holders
 Idyll Home.  01270 812717

It’s a start, isn’t it?

What are your top tips for winter wedding themes? Keep watching our blog as we’ll be back with more soon. In the meantime make sure you’re following us on Twitter and Facebook.










































































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