Winter wedding ideas that are not overdone

Ahh winter, we love you for so many reasons. The first of those is that you produce the most romantic weddings. We are talking crisp weather, light muted tones, dreamy indoor lighting, and tablescapes for as long as your eyes can see. So, if you are anything like us, winter wedding ideas, are something we can never get enough of. So get ready to start pinning to your Pinterest mood board, because we have rounded up the best Winter wedding ideas that are not overdone on IBT today!

Photography: Lisette Gatliff Photography | Floral Design: NPD Events | Rentals: Persiano Events, Shinoda Design Center

Event Design + Venue: Allenbrooke Farms | Photography: Black Hill Photo & Film | Floral Design: Foxglove & Heather

“Nothing more wintery and pinker than the first pink forsythia blooms. It was perfect blushing winter wedding. That’s winter done right.” – Stephanie Allen, Owner, Allenbrooke Farms

Event Design: Anais Events | Photography: Nudrat Owens Photography

Event Design: Anais Events | Photography: Milou & Olin Photography

“Winter weddings can be magical, merry and bright. And the decor can follow suit! Mixed metallics, fresh greens and a little bit of sparkle go a long way to making spirits bright. Include fun, quirky elements throughout- like disco balls with trays of jingle bells; sprigs of rosemary or berries as cocktail toppers; or even give your nutcracker a place of honor perched on a silver platter, covered with a glass cloche.” – Amrit Dhillon Bains, Anais Events

Event Design: Feathered Arrow Events | Photography: Rachel Gulotta Photography | Wedding Dress: BHLDN

“There are so many classic ways to decorate for your winter wedding and I think it’s all about keeping designs clean, finding the right colors and knowing what is tacky versus what is classy! You can use deep, rich colors in your florals and table settings or go for fun and sparkling bridesmaid dresses to spice things up.” – Kari Dirksen, Founder + Head Designer, Feathered Arrow Events


 Photography: Rodeo and Co. | Venue: The Equinox Resort | Floral Design: Tara Pollio

Event Design: Tyler Speier Events | Photographer: Kindred Weddings | Venue: Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm | Rentals: Elan Event Rentals, The Tent Merchant | Lighting: Bella Vista Designs

“Winter weddings can be so fun! I like to incorporate lots of candles, rich floral tones (such as burgundy), and unique lighting to make the spaces feel warm and intimate.” – Tyler Speier, Tyler Speier Events 

Event Design: So Eventful | Photography: Gretchen Gause Photography

Event Design: Bridal Bliss | Photography: Mosca Studio

“Nothing screams romance like a warm, cozy winter wedding. No need to go red and green plaid everything, keep it simple, elegant and timeless with simple touches of the season!” – Nora Sheils, Founder, Bridal Bliss

Event Design: d’Luxe Events | Photography: Lisa Hibbert Photography | Floral Design: A Touch of Elegance | Venue: Ryland Inn

“Winter is the perfect backdrop to add texture, color and warmth to your day! Whether it’s a cozy fireplace, dark textural greens or details and food and drink to warm your guests up, there is so much potential for a wedding in the colder months to really wow!” – Danielle Aspromatis, owner, d’Luxe Events

Event Design: HoneyFitz Events | Photographer: The Vondys

Event Design: Kirkbrides | Photographer: Lane Baldwin Photography | Floral Design: The Budding Tree

“There can never be enough glam to warm up your senses for a winter wedding! Fur in fashion, holiday decor at venues and tasty winter treats are all amazing ideas to bring in the festivity.” – Valarie Falvey, Kirkbrides 

What was your favorite winter wedding trend from this roundup?! Let us know in the comments below. 

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