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5 Winter Wedding Ideas that are Completely Awesome

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mini cymbidium orchids, silver brunia, juniper sprigs, pine boughs, anemones, pinecones, garden spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, Vendela roses, and dusty miller

5 Winter Wedding Ideas that are Completely Awesome

Winter weddings aren’t exactly popular, but for many brides and grooms it’s the only time of year they can tie the knot. And, let’s be honest, winter wedding ideas are hard to come by, with so few brides saying “I do” during the coldest months of the year.
But, if you’re one of those brave brides and you’re looking for some winter wedding ideas, we think we’ve put together some gorgeous ideas that will warm up your entire wedding. We didn’t include a wedding dress, because honestly, you can and probably should still wear white if that’s what you want.

Tweed + Holly + Pinecone = Handsome Man

man in tweed jacket with holly and pinecone boutonniere wedding attire

Image: Happy Wed


We love this so much. The tweed jacket and vest bring so much warmth to a winter wedding, while the holly berries and pinecone polish off the look with a very organic feel.

Stone Cold Warm


The weather outside may be frightful, but guests at your wedding with love everything about a big roaring fire and lanterns. It might make the job a bit difficult on your photographer, but that is not your worry at the moment.

Classic and Comforting

grilled cheese with hot tomato soup in white coffee mug for wedding

Image: PopSugar


Nothing warms you up like grilled cheese and hot tomato bisque, so why not serve it at your winter wedding? A good caterer can take this American classic and finetune it into something simple and elegant for your wedding.

Holly Candles

floating candles in class votive with holly berries
Talk about easy! This is a 100% doable decorating twist for the DIY bride. Just got some holly, floating candles and classic glass vases or votives. Anyone could do this, and it’s simple beautiful.

This Bouquet

Image: Brides

Image: Brides


If you want this bouquet — and who wouldn’t — here’s what’s in it: mini cymbidium orchids, silver brunia, juniper sprigs, pine boughs, anemones, pinecones, garden spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, Vendela roses, and dusty miller. You’re welcome.
Preston Hemmerich is the Content Manager for 301 Digital Media, overseeing MensTrait.com, OutwardOn.com, DailyBeautyHack.com and more. He enjoys writing about food, politics, travel and sad attempts at humor. Follow him on Twitter — @pkhemmerich