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It’s beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas time. Some retail stores are already putting up their Christmas decorations, which means customers are thinking about the holidays. If Christmas is on your customers’ mind, then it better be on yours too. When one thinks the holidays, it’s usually retail shopping and late night dinner parties that come to mind but don’t overlook a growing trend and that’s a winter wedding. There could hardly be a more perfect time to revel in the wonder that is winter, so take a look at some beautiful colour palettes for anyone considering a wedding at this time of year.


With its chilly temps and its festive feel, winter weddings provide the perfect opportunity to play with deep, rich hues, sumptuous textures and, of course, plenty of sparkle. So whether you’re planning your 2019 winter wedding or stuck looking for last minute ideas for your upcoming one, we can help!


Berry Red
Winter weddings come with the challenge of keeping warm while still looking totally fab. A long-sleeved wedding dress is a great place to start, but adding cozy red blankets to your decor ensures no one gets cold. Add black lanterns, berry-toned florals and even fruit to keep your colour theme going strong.

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Orange Crush
Red usually gets all the glory when it comes to wintry weddings, but orangey copper looks just as stunning and is totally unique. Keep the colour subtle with just a few accents in your bouquet and flower crown.


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Black and Gold: Nothing says minimalistic chic like a black and gold wedding. Dress up the table with gold-edged glasses, white florals and a black tablecloth. Take a cue from this NYE-themed table and add some mini disco balls to the centerpiece for an extra playful touch.


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All White and Silvery Glam
For a more decadent approach to your winter wedding, stick to silver and mercury glass embellishments, like a candelabra, candle holders and matching vases. Complete the look by scattering “snowy” pinecones and pine branches around your sparkly tablescape.

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Icy Blue
Bring the simplicity and lightness of a beachy summer wedding to your winter wedding with silver accents, dark teal glassware and white taper candles. This look is the epitome of modern elegance and you can turn up the glam factor as much as you want.


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The weather outside may be frightful, but with one of these gorgeous winter wedding colour schemes, your big day will be absolutely delightful!


Nicole Hines
Nicole Hines


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