Post # 1
Our wedding is in January, and I’m looking for ideas for tables, linens, etc. Our colors are ivory, silver, light blue and a little bit of green…using mercury glass, candles, hydrangeas, etc. Reception is in our social hall at church– round tables, and we’re having a bar. Most of the pictures I have seen involve Christmas colors (our wedding is in January) or snowflakes (we’re in Alabama– it hardly ever snows!)
Post # 3
I have this one pinned because I thought it was absolutely beautiful:
Post # 4
We had a masquerade wedding on January 14th. We’re in Dallas, and it was 64 degrees on our wedding day. Not exactly traditionally wintry.
We used a few ornaments as centerpieces just because colored baubles of glass are pretty, but they were far from the main thing. You can definitely pull off a non-Christmasy wedding in the winter.
Post # 5
Here’s a beautiful inspiration board that fits your colors!
Also, check out this amazing centerpiece! You could do it with just bare branches, not with frost, and then have crystals at the bottom instead of snowflakes. That would be seasonal without being really wintry.
Post # 6
My wedding was in October, so it technically wasn’t SUPPOSED to be a winter wedding – but it ended up snowing six inches! So here’s our pictures if you need more inspiration! http://www.samhurdphotography.com/2011/wedding/virginia-wedding-phhotographer-kate-and-greg-leesburg
Post # 7
We got married in January too, and live in the South. We did really understated centerpieces.
Post # 8
@greeneyedmoon Love the theme! How fun!!! And the inspiration board is great– loving the branches. The florist actually had mentioned that when we met, and we were going to “revisit” that closer to the day 🙂
@vorpalette those are so pretty– everything but the burlap is pretty much what I’m going for…I also am loving the look of chair covers but those things are EXPENSIVE to rent, and we need about 200!
@KateByDesign I’m definitely going to check out those photos!
@sweetpea87 I like the simple centerpieces– that’s pretty much what ours are (at this point)…votives, mirrors, small vases/ mercury glass/ simple buds, etc.
Thanks for the inspiration!!!
Post # 9
We went for a rustic modern wedding in March in the mountains. I didn’t want a christmas theme wedding especially since our floral was red. We kept it very simple as we loved the look of the venue not to mention the view (which you can’t see in the pictures). Here are a few pictures from ours: