33 Gorgeous Ideas for a Winter Wonderland–Inspired Wedding

Anne Meadows | Dec 8, 2016 Food & Party
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  • Exotic Bouquet

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    This creative winter bouquet eschews traditional blossoms in favor of dried flowers, cotton stalks, pinecones (of course), cinnamon sticks, and colorful Christmas-ornament-like spheres. We love this indie spin on a bridal arrangement, especially since it incorporates so many cool unique elements. 

  • Coordinated Couple

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    What this stunning wedding portrait shows us is that even in the absence of snow, a winter wedding can still be downright gorgeous. The cascading bouquet with long, flowing ribbons steals the scene here, but the bridal gown is equally as lovely. The gray, blue, and off-white color palette is beautifully picked up in the stones of the dry riverbed. So stark and spectacular!

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  • Bridal Party in Snow

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    Neutral-toned weddings are very in right now -- and the combo of short dresses with cowboy boots looks so cute on this group! The baby's breath bouquets and non-matching dresses give the ensemble a homespun, country feel and we love it!

  • Wintry Cotton Bouquet

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    This perfectly round white bouquet combines fuzzy cotton stalks with cream-colored roses and mini sprigs of faded greenery. The look is rustic, sophisticated, and just a touch country. The contrasting dark brown fur wrap looks fab with this bouquet, too. 

  • Groomsmen in Sweaters

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    Arguably one of the best things about cooler weather is the opportunity to snuggle up in comfy sweaters. And a casual wedding is the perfect time to mix those soft, warm fabrics with more traditional jackets and bow ties. Get all your guys in a similar color or style to keep it from looking like just another Saturday on the slopes. 

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  • Red Door Cookies

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    The best wedding favors, hands-down, are edible ones. Why not send off your guests with some cute, Christmas-inspired iced cookies? You can add personal details like the house number of your new shared home, or a wreath featuring the colors of your wedding palette. The options are endless, but the choice is easy -- cookies for the win.

  • Hot Cocoa & Apple Cider Bar

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    Kick off your winter wedding reception the right way -- with hot cocoa and/or warm apple cider for your guests. Who wouldn't love a toasty cup of hot chocolate topped with marshmallows on a cool winter evening? This rustic, serve-yourself setup is perfect for a barn or outdoor wedding.

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