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26 photos that will make you want a winter wedding

26 photos that will make you want a winter wedding


Written by Katie Byrne


It's the most wonderful time of the year - so here's how to add some seasonal style to your day!

 

 

We all know that winter weddings are the worst best.

 

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Full of precious metals, luxurious fabrics and endless beautiful blooms, winter truly is a magical time to say 'I do'. 

 

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Even the weather will have to be really, really bad to kill the bridal vibe.

 

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Like, seriously. Snow, you're going to have to work hard if you want to stop a winter wedding from taking place.

 

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Nope: not even up-turned umbrellas will spoil things.

 

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First thing's first: baubles are the best. Not only do they make great decorations for your reception...

 

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...They also make lovely place-settings. Better still, give your guests the baubles to keep as a souvenir of the day!

 

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Also, candles can be used everywhere - they'll add a flickering romance like no other once darkness falls.

 

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Also! Fairy lights are perfect for keeping things gorgeously glowing all day (and night!) long.

 

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Glasses aren't just for wine, you know. They actually make rather nifty decorations, too.

 

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Winter wedding bouquets are made to be studded with juicy red berries and lashings of lush green foliage.

 

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Move over guestbook - say hello to guest baubles, instead. Best thing of all? You can hang them on your Christmas tree to mark your first festive season as a married couple.

 

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Silver and snowflakes, EVERYWHERE.

 

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Snowmans in jars make gloriously nostalgic childhood-throwback decorations for a winter wedding reception. Well, 'tis the season... 

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Faux fur. That is all.

 

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Also, as it's going to be so cold, you're going to have to provide blankets. Lots and lots of blankets. Perfect for snuggling with bae...

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...And for keeping your guests warm, too!

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On the topic of keeping cosy: a hot chocolate bar isn't so much an idea as an essential.

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If you can top this couple's breathtaking ski lift wedding photo then let us know. 

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Move over, Rolls Royce - sledging to your venue is a must. Just make sure you roll up your dress...

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Plus, all that ice will mean uncomfortable heels are absolutely out of the question.

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Naturally, the wedding cake of choice will be adorned with sugar paste icicles.

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If you don't already own a Husky, hire one. 

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*Swoons from the festive romance of a horse-and-carriage arrival.*

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And obviously, this sign is an essential.

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