If you are one of those couples who don’t like the popular style, perhaps a non-conventional type of wedding would be more on your taste. There are plenty themes and styles out there to consider in this regard. Let’s start for instance with the season. Everybody is planning a spring and summer wedding. Warm seasons have always been the most popular times of year to get married, and they will always be. So, if you’re willing to go against the wave, we suggest you think of planning a winter wedding!
This season is more beautiful than you could ever imagine. The myriad of themes available for winter weddings can help you pick a unique style to match your personality, budget and vision. We love the seasonal style, as well as the glamorous approach on winter weddings. This season can be interpreted in various ways. It can be fun, cheerful and festive and at this point you can go holiday-inspired.
Choose a Christmas theme for the décor. It can be glamorous and luxurious. In this context you can focus on icy metallic hues, like bronze, platinum, copper or taupe. Winter weddings can be natural if you decide to green or eco-friendly. You can choose pine cones, succulents, ferns, ivy and holly leaves and other luxuriant herbals and greenery for the décor arrangements. Or, it can be regarded as a traditional season. If you prefer the classic style, focus on white and red and use poinsettias for the setting. Let’s talk about the cake now. Winter wedding cakes are gorgeous, regardless of their shape, size or style.
There are plenty designs you can consider and choose from. You can wish upon a fantasy cake made in white and silver, or of a whimsical design based on sparkling gems and bold stones. We also like fashion-themed cakes inspired by the bride’s wedding gown, jewels or accessories. Conventional winter wedding cakes usually feature snowflakes and whimsical toppers based on snowmen and other seasonal decorations. We also enjoy very much the nature-inspired confections. For a winter party, perhaps you can use berries for the tiers or even for the cake’s table.
The cake display is very important. You can also surround the cake with holly leaves, pine cones, magnolia leaves, poinsettias and other seasonal elements of décor. The cake can be shaped in a Christmas present, for a more dramatic and sophisticated effect. How about using gold or silver paper to “wrap” it? Or, you can opt for a simple plain white cake that you can decorate at home with metal ribbons and bows. Choose glass bowls, gold bells, penguins, reindeers or other thematic decorative items and motifs for the tiers and top of the cake. Check out these pretty pictures!