(Closed) All Winter Brides

posted 5 years ago in Themes
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee

I had a winer wedding! we did plum and cranberry colours with rose petals and pinecones and our reception venue had 2 fireplaces, lotts of candles, lanterns as centerpieces, ice lanterns outside, hot chocolate bar.

you may want to re-think the peonies as they are out of season in january. 

 

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee

I had a winer wedding! we did plum and cranberry colours with rose petals and pinecones and our reception venue had 2 fireplaces, lotts of candles, lanterns as centerpieces, ice lanterns outside, hot chocolate bar.

you may want to re-think the peonies as they are out of season in january. 

 

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

We’re having a winter wedding!!! Less than 3 weeks away! We have navy blue and silver as our colors and all white flowers – hydrangeas and roses for bouquets and centerpieces. And we’re using chocolates from a local chocolate shop as favors in the shape of snowflakes. 

Post # 7
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1935 posts
Buzzing bee

We had our reception at a pioneer village actually. I would think though that some gold clubs or Inns would have fire places. What we did was have htem on during cocktails and turned htem off during dinner as some of our tables were pretty close to them. I didn’t want guests getting too hot!

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

We are having a winter wedding with a hot chocolate bar.  Our venue is a resort that does ski in the winter and golf in the summer.  They have an outdoor firepit that overlooks the ski hill (lit up at night) and an indoor fireplace where we can take pictures.  Maybe you can look for a similar venue?

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

We are having a winter wedding but it is going to be very intimate, 20 guests so i will not have to decorate as much because of our awesome location. 

The colors i chose are grey, silver, and ivory. 

 

 

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Having a winter wedding here.  Our venue is decorated for us in all white with lights and what not. Rough colors are navy, white, and perhaps a touch of silver? nothing settled yet. I also want all white flowers

Post # 11
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1936 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

Another winter wedding here! Our colors are slate, silver, cream, and a deep fig/bordeaux color. Our venue has tons of fireplaces, a historic feel (built in the 1830’s), and the original pub is still in the basement. My Fiance doesn’t really like flowers, so we’re using mostly branches, candles, and pine cones with very light touches of flowers. 

Everything we do will have a cozy feel… getting married in front of a fireplace, having hot beverages and high-end comfort foods, and lots of warm light. One of the reasons I wanted a winter wedding is so that most of it could take place when it’s dusk and dark out. We’ll do photos beforehand, get married, and get right to partying! 

Post # 12
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2014

Yay winter! I so hope we have a beautiful snowy backdrop… But not too cold 🙂 

We are doing burgundy, purple and pink with silver. It actually kind of works well with our Valentine’s day date, but we aren’t doing it as a theme or anything. I just liked the colors and they go well with our venue. 

I love the look of faux fur wraps outdoors at winter weddings too!

Post # 13
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

We picked black, white, and red. Since we are getting married in february I think it goes well with that valentiney sort of colors. I want to do candle centerpieces instead of flowers. I hope I can find somewhere with fireplaces! I love the cozy ambiance of fireplaces and candles on a cold winter night.

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Yep…another winter bride here!!  We had a modern mountain ski theme winter wedding at a small hotel with a ski lodge feel.  We did the typical winter wedding things but put a modern spin on everything: ski lift ticket save the dates, vintage ski poster inspired wedding invites, fleece blanket wrapped welcome packages, hot chocolate station after the outdoor patio ceremony, yes we wore faux fur, a ski lift ride to the top of the local ski hill for pictures, our guest book was a pair of 1950s vintage alpine skiis, the venue had a lounge area comeplete with fireplace in the reception room, 2 fire pits on the patio for making smores and a 80s ski theme photobooth for our guests.

Our colors were mostly neutrals with the wedding party in grey and silver, red flowers, and pops of aqua on the paper elements.  The reception room had white linens, log discs under centerpeices that included flowers and lots of candles with modern silver touches in the silver table numbers and silver tin bubble magnet favours.

It was very simple as we embraced the venue`s wood, stone and concrete decor.

Make sure to post pics as winter weddings are hard to find.  Fingers crossed for snow!

 

Post # 15
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2014

Winter wedding. We finally chose the colors to be claret, ivory and silver. We’re going to have our ceremony in a beautiful inn called suncadia out in washington. I don’t think we’re going to get too creative cause I love the inside of the inn already so I want to embrace it. There’s a huge firelpace where everyone can circle around and it’s just so cozy.

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