(Closed) Why does everyone think that winter wedding=christmas wedding?!

posted 8 years ago in January 2015
Post # 17
1530 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia

OP, I would scour thrift stores to see if there are any red and gold items you could get! There will be a lot of red items floating around since it’s Valentine’s Day next month.

Post # 18
714 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@KateByDesign:  Your phots are gorgeous! I hope it snows just like that on my wedding!

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@JulietFoxtrot:  What a clever idea! I feel like I should have thought of that when I was searching for my winter wedding!

Post # 19
40 posts
  • Wedding: January 2015

We are doing a winter wonderland,but not “Christmas” themed.  We are getting married 1/3/15.  We are sticking with red and silvers.  However, the Church will still be decorated for Christmas, so it’s going to almost have a “Christmas theme” by default.



Post # 20
75 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

@quierajen:  Check out this Pinterest board for Cranberry wedding inspiration.  These bouquets are gorrrrgeous! 

Post # 20
839 posts
Busy bee

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rhiannonzdanowicz:  I’m getting married on the same days as you 🙂 Our church might also still be decorated for Christmas then, but I don’t think our reception venue will.

Post # 21
1 posts

I am getting married on January 2, 2015.  My favorite holiday is christmas but I too am worried about our wedding ending up being “christmas themed”.  Our colors are going to be charcoal and red.  I’m trying to avoid using christmas ornaments in any decorations.  I want it to be romantic and beautiful and just happens to be in winter (favorite season of my fiance and myself).  i already know that the church and the reception venue are both going to be decorated for christmas…just hoping it won’t look like christmas threw up.

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