A winter wonderland themed wedding is something short of magical. When the world is swathed with glistening snow and the whole town is decked out in all shimmering lights.
Do you want a classic winter wonderland wedding or you want a chic hippie kind of winter wonderland wedding? The first one could mean, cream colored fur coats or a pretty white coat as a wedding dress accessory. It could also mean saying your vows in a quaint chapel with icicle-inspired crystal-dripped chandeliers. The latter could mean, fur wraps and warm boots, and statement metallic tops and tweed skirts for your wedding party. And you and your loved one exchange I-dos in front of a cozy stone hearth.
Whatever style you pick out for your winter wonderland wedding, you will surely rock in a silvery gown with snowflake-like embellishments. Or a champagne-hued wedding dress with a dramatic train. Since the bling is out, put on a pair of crystal-adorned shoes. Wear elbow-length gloves and fur stoles. Go for red lips and dark eyes – bold make up is definitely romantic.
Arrive in the chapel on a horse-drawn carriage. Capture the falling (faux) snow as you walk down the aisle. Adorn the venue with white flowers, wintry pine cones. Add silver stars and golden ornaments and wash the place with icy blue or soft purple up-lighting. Choose sophisticated color palette.
Dress up your reception area with snow-covered branches, hang white feathers and white flowers and ice crystals. Spruce up the tables with Christmas candles nestled among berries. Go for dramatic all white centerpieces with pops of gold and crystal. Or you can mix rich colored trimmings in your centerpieces. Use holly wreathes, ivy berries, romantic red roses, candles…
Make snowflake shaped-white chocolates or holiday-inspired chocolate peppermint, gingerbread and eggnog as wedding favors. Serve a candy buffet for dessert or a cup of cocoa to your guests. Let your wedding cake glow with small lighted trees or a red-rolled fondant icing and trim it with gold pinecones.