November 10, 2016 Comments (2) Plan Your Weddings

The Best 50 Winter Wedding Ideas You’ll Want To Steal

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There is no remedy for love but to love more.

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Contemplating the theme for your winter wedding can be overwhelming. Here are 50 ideas from color palettes to breathtaking crisp scenes that will help you through the planning process.

  1. Color Palette

1A great selection would be teal, charcoal, and winter white.  You can also opt for a more glamorous combination like purple and silver.

  1. Holiday Inspired Theme

2If you like your winter wedding to be filled with seasonal spirit, use a combination of festive hues such as vibrant red and green with neutral accents.

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  1. Menu

3Fill your menu with crowd-pleasing, warm, and comfort foods. We’re talking hot tomato soup, pot pies, grilled cheese, and baked appetizer. These lists are simple yet savory.

  1. Single Layer Cake

4Make sure your wedding is a day to remember with a mouthwatering cake. A single layer snowflake-themed cake with hints of holiday vibe is a clean and elegant option.

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  1. Tall Cake

5A sweet finish to the ceremony is a multi-tiered cake swathed in layers of icing. Decorate the cake with seasonal edible flowers and different winter elements to add personality.

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2 Responses to The Best 50 Winter Wedding Ideas You’ll Want To Steal

  1. joan alsaka says:

    now this is what i call wedding theme. only winter does it better

  2. vincent1985 says:

    hmmmmn. i would steal the CAKE

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