When you are planning a cold-weather wedding, choosing a palette for your winter wedding decorations can be tricky. There are a few traditional color schemes that focus on monochromatic reds or icy blues, but why not combine these winter wedding colors to create your own event? Take inspiration from this stunning styled shoot filled with lovely details.
Inspiration for Your Winter Wedding Colors
Pinterest is filled with unique winter wedding ideas, but one of the first things to think about is your color scheme. It lays the foundation for so many other areas of your wedding, such as the bridesmaids’ gowns, flowers, and invitation suite.
Although hues can be difficult to narrow down, opting for something out of the ordinary can be both beautiful and unexpected. I adore the winter wedding decorations in the styled shoot below, and the wedding stationery is stunning!
Also, winter wedding dresses don’t have to have sleeves. The featured bride has a gorgeous, sleeveless gown that allows for a scarf or faux fur jacket on top. Such a pretty choice! The team even brought in a snow machine to further enhance the wintry feel.
Enjoy this beautiful event filled with winter wedding decorations to fill your mind with ideas for your own winter wonderland wedding.
Unique Ideas for a Cold-Weather Event
Steel Blue and Burgundy Wedding Vendors
- Virginia Wedding Venue – The Barns of Kanak
- Photographer – Emily Bartell Photography
- Event Design & Production – Little Perfect Productions
- Florist – H.G. Blooms
- Hair & Makeup – Radiant Reflection
- Bartenders – One For The Road
- Bakery – Lana’s Cakes
- Rentals – Classic Party Rentals
- Dress – Allure Bridals from Bridal Elegance
- Veil – Lovestruck + Golden
- Stationery – Monday Morning Press
- Tux – Calvin Klein from Men’s Wearhouse
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Everything coordinated so well with the crisp white, steely gray-blue, greenery, and burgundy tones. It truly makes for a stunning palette without being overly wintery. Such a fabulous choice. If you love winter, take a peek at this snow-filled shoot. Gorgeous!