Unique Winter Wedding Themes

Written by on September 29, 2012 in Wedding Decor, Wedding Planning, Wedding Reception, Wedding Themes with 0 Comments

I need your help. My daughter recently got engaged and she wants to do something different for a winter wedding. Can you offer her any suggestions with out taking us all out in the snow and cold? Thanks, Agnes.

Agnes, first congratulations on your daughter’s engagement. As the mother of an engaged daughter, too, I understand how much you want to help your daughter plan out her perfect wedding. There are wonderful ways to create a unique winter wedding indoors. Traditionally, pale blue and white are considered the winter colors, but take that a step further. Dark blues like royal or navy can add a unique twist to a winter wedding. Dark greens work great, too. Think pine trees for this one.

Another great color scheme to work with is red and white for winter weddings. The rich purples make great colors for winter weddings. Lighter colors tend to go well for warm weather weddings, but cold weather weddings can be stunning with dark colors.

If you daughter and her intended enjoy outdoor winter activities, consider a theme that brings that activity indoors. Skiing, for example, can be an indoor wedding theme. Use miniature skis as part of the center pieces and decorations. Even setting up the reception area like a ski lodge will bring the theme to the wedding.

Then consider appropriate winter foods and drinks to serve. Hot toddy and hot cocoa are some examples.

Lots of other themes work as well. Look at things like a carnival theme, even in the winter. Carnival in the Snow, with fake snow as part of the decorations can work great. This is a time to let your and your daughter’s imaginations loose. And have fun in the planning!

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About the Author: Experienced as an event coordinator and wedding planner for an historic building venue, I had the joy of helping many brides design just the perfect wedding. Most were unusual, many were offbeat, and some were downright funky, but all were unique. I used that experience to help 2 of my daughters plan their dream weddings, and am now helping the third which may turn out to be the most offbeat of all. Join us on this journey of discovering your perfect wedding, no matter how unique, unusual, funky or offbeat you want it to be. .

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