(Closed) HELP!!! Winter Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

posted 5 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
899 posts
Busy bee

Our colors are navy silver and white, most of the decor will just be silver and white, and no flowers.


Here are my inspiration pictures. I’m doing two centerpieces, one branch centerpiece and one with mercury glass candle holders and ornaments.










Post # 4
331 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

These were my centerpieces!  I loved them.  I am not sure what you have for ornaments but these turned out amazing.  I had all different types of vases! 


Post # 5
2999 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@mrsztobee:  Love that last one! Really embraces the season and looks beautiful

Post # 6
388 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

I am getting married the same weekend as you, and Navy, Ivory, and Silver are my colors, too.  

I know what you mean about ideas.  I have been overwhelmed and under inspired by centerpiece ideas.  If I were you, I would eliminate the ornaments and add a lot of candles.  You could fill the vase with fake snow about half way up, and put a candle inside.  You could also decorate the vase by wrapping it in ribbon or spray glueing glitter on it.  I would probably paint the pinecones ivory or silver.

Good luck!  I would love to see pictures when you’re all done.

Post # 8
46606 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Sometimes we tend to complicate things. As a pp has suggested you could use fake snow and pillar candles.

Using this as inspiration, you could use the silver charger, use the wood round or not, but ditch the ribbon




 or use fake snow and your pine cones- add some votives

you could spray some branches white and add white birds



I think this one would work with a clear vase, ot paint clear vases like the pic below-fill it with pine cones then add white branches at the top. Surround with an odd number of votives


Winter Vases






some shapes of vases would work for this idea -turned upside down





Post # 9
8145 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

I love the idea of spray painted sticks in the vase, and then you can hang tiny glass balls from the ends? You coud put smaller vases around with candles or painted pine cones!

Post # 10
153 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

@shewillbeloved our wedding is the day before yours :), my idea is very similar to Mrsztobes idea, I have booked some manzanita trees (sorry not sure if thats spelt correctly) to hire which will go in the centre of each table and then one as a wishing tree in place of a guest book, the trees will have a couple of small tealight holders hanging from them along with some crystal tree decorations to give it an icey but warm look, then each tree will  sit on a fairly large round mirror with a few tea lights sitting on the mirror which will reflect the light upwardsand also give the tree will be reflected in the mirror creating depth. I am also thinking of having pine cones on the tables to hold the name cards. Sorry I dont have any photos at the moment 🙂  

Post # 11
1478 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC

I LOVE CHRISTMAS WEDDINGS. Kinda mad i didnt have one anyway, 

 adore this so simple yet beautiful


Make sure you check out all the detail at the back of this picture. You have baubles with candles in them hanging off a branch  genius

If youre going to do ornaments i would stick with one type of ornament to avoid the tacky factor instead of mixing, for example this dish with mini santas and artificial snow .


Id choose glitter over fake snow


Post # 12
173 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I LOVE your colour scheme- the blush? fantastic! The centerpiece on my dining table around that time is a large bowl (would work with a large vase) filled with silver and blue ornaments, a string of silver beads from the dollar store, and a string of battery operated twinkly lights from Wal-mart.


I know the boards are ‘Christmas” but this lady has some beautiful ideas, particularly if one of your colours is silver. And since I’m pretty obsessed with the whole mercury glass thing (I’m definitley having a bunch that I’ll be DIYing), could you paint the vases and light them up? Or have them full at just the top? Since you’re getting married in December, if you take a trip to Costco, they’ll likeley have those fresh wreaths that you could take apart (I think one would go a long way) for cheap if you wanted any greenery. Plus it would smell really nice. (Don’t know if you’re counting foliage as flowers, so if it’s not for you, ignore me! :D)

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