Santa and Poinsettias a Perfect Couple
With winter wedding dates set and plans beginning to form, here are some wedding centerpiece ideas for your winter event.Winter is such a lovely time to take your wedding vows and the reception table centerpieces are very important to set your theme and/or colors.Winter wedding themes are so versatile and can really show both of your personalities and uniqueness. Read on for some good ideas to make your tables lovely.The theme can be whimsical with a theme of winter animals such as darling white polar bears or formally dressed penguins.
A Golden Snowflake for Your Wedding Table
If your plans are for a more formal wedding using silver snowflakes or beautiful white Christmas trees with gold, silver or jewel tone decorations is elegant and festive.When you are deciding on the table centerpieces take advantage of pictures available in magazines, online, and your own creativity.One of the really nice things about this time of year is that you can save on cost by making them yourselves and they will be gorgeous.It truly requires some minimal effort and there is a vast array of winter craft items available online or at art and craft stores. It takes time to look so you should start as early as you can.For a really dramatic look tall topiaries have a modern and classy appearance, As an example white cloths with deep green topiaries is a wonderful contrast. How about snow white topiaries contrasting them with burgundy and emerald green.For a more informal centerpiece get small sleighs or sleds and arrange them as centerpieces filling them with mints, nuts, or other candies as a treat for the guests at the table.For something a bit different elevate snow globes and wreath them with greenery or other winter flowers.Of course, winter flowers are the most popular option. Pure white flowers with accents of gold or silver or deep reds and greens are always stunning.Finally, here are more options that you might want to think about.A Candle Wedding Table Centerpiece with Fall Leaf
- White, silver or gold candle arrangements
- Real or faux pinecones, wreathes, berry
- sprigs and pine boughs
- Floating snowflake candles
- Winter-themed votives and pillar candles
- Arrangements of natural or painted pine cones
- Decorated gingerbread houses
- A beautiful table runner with rows of winter colored votive candles
- A candle in a hurricane glass and wreathed
- with a holiday garland
See what fun you can have in creating the “just right” winter wedding centerpiece for your very special day.I would love to have you share any winter wedding centerpieces you have seen and really thought were nice. Please comment below and thanks.