Winter wonderland wedding ideas will start bouncing around your head as soon as you begin considering getting married in the most festive season of the year.
The key is to form a cohesive plan that incorporates all your must-haves, considers your budget and provides the look and feel you are going for.
There are a few color choices that lend themselves well to an enchanting winter wonderland wedding.
Simple and elegant is lots of pure white with silver and ice blue. For a new twist, replace the ice blue with soft pink or a light mauve. Add gold for extra glitter.
Generous amounts of draped fabrics covering walls and ceilings transform any room into a winter wonderland. Be sure to include lots of small white twinkle lights behind the fabric. Hang a large chandelier, Christmas ornament or glittery disco ball from the center of the room. The grandiose effect will have your guests buzzing for months!
Of course, this look won't come cheap. You’ll require a considerable amount of fabric and lots of helpers to create this winter wonderland. If this is one of those must have splurge items you decide on as a couple, the smartest thing to do here is hire a decorating company to do it all for you. Expect to spend a couple thousand dollars depending on the size of the room.
Other important elements to add to the room would be large tree branches spray-painted silver and "potted" in large containers painted white.
Wrap the branches in white twinkle lights and hang glittery snowflakes and acrylic ornaments off the branches. Be careful not to overload the branches – you don’t want the branches to break or to create a gaudy look. Keep it simple and elegant. Large bows tied around the pots complete the look.
Create smaller spray-painted trees for table centerpieces to create a unified look. Or bring another winter wonderland element to the table with large glass or crystal bowls brimming with gold and silver foil covered chocolates and Christmas ornaments in your wedding colors.
The ornaments and chocolate can double as wedding favors for your guests. Save some costs and personalize each table with a different glass or crystal bowl that has been borrowed from friends and relatives.
Keep it simple and elegant.