If you’re exchanging your vows this holiday season, you’ll definitely want to take a peek at this fun list of inspiration below. These 15 Christmas wedding ideas are so easy to recreate and can really make a difference in and around your ceremony. From favors to ceremony decorations, let’s have a peek!
1. Wreath Escort Card Display
Martha Stewart Weddings starts our winter wedding inspiration off with a beautiful DIY idea! Create one of these escort card wreaths to display at the reception. Have guests find their tables and make it festive-friendly as well.
2. White Chocolate Peppermint Bark
Jessica in the Kitchen gives us a perfect idea for favors at your Christmas-themed wedding. This white chocolate peppermint bark is incredibly easy to make. And it’s so easy to dress it up with adorable wrappings and send it off with a thank you for your loved ones.
3. Pine Cone + Cotton Bouquet
Michael Redford showed off this gorgeous, textural bridal bouquet idea that’s perfect for this time of the year as well. Cotton – like snow – and pine cones that pay homage to the season, this is definitely a unique idea to gain inspiration from. It’s also an easier bouquet to DIY on your own.
4. Golden Pine Cone Garland
Check out this fun idea from The Sweetest Occasion and follow along with the easy tutorial as well. You’ll be creating a garland made from pine cones that you can just grab from outside and then dip in some gilded gold. Dress mantles, chairs, or treat tables with it!
5. Sweater Cake
One of the more unique ideas on the this comes from Weddingbells. For a winter wedding full of festivity and cozy spirits, why not dress the cake like your favorite sweater. We love this texture and love the inspiring innovation even more so.
6. Geode Table Numbers
Geode anything is very much on trend and this idea from Utterly Engaged really hits the mark in terms of weddings. For winter celebrations adding some outside-the-box flavor can be hard especially when you want to stray away from the kitschiness of the season. Go with these kind of pieces to amp up the fashion value and fun.
7. Frosted Flowers
A bit of snow – or frost – on the table certainly won’t hurt. Check out these arrangements over at Tulle & Chantilly. Your baby’s breath can be frosted with a bit of ice and look glittering and glamorous on the reception tables.
8. Hot Cocoa Bar
Here’s another really easy idea to recreate on your own and one that your guests will really, really love. Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom gives us the scoop and some fun things to add to it. Make sure there’s a lot of options and ways for loved ones to top off their own cup of hot chocolate: extra chocolate chips, cinnamon, peppermint sticks, marshmallows, and more!
9. White Antlers
There’s something quite wintery and romantic about these added bits of the tables or in the chandeliers. We’re swooning for this setup over at The Perfect Palette and knew we had to feature it. Why not add some white antlers to the scheme for your winter, holiday celebration?
10. Mini Chocolate Bundt Cakes with Peppermint Frosting
If you’re looking for an extra bite to finish off the dessert table and one that highlights the holidays, then this one from Rasamaylasia will definitely do the trick. Mini chocolate peppermint bundt cakes will delight everyone’s taste buds and can double as edible favors as well! Take the leap and check out the recipe now.
11. Mulled Wine Cocktails
Gimme Some Oven gives us a great idea in terms of signature drinks for the day as well. Mulled wine cider is a classic. It’ll be a hit among a variety of the guests and it truly tastes like the holidays.
12. Pine Cone & Twig Centerpiece
Here’s another fun, textural centerpiece that’s perfect to use for winter weddings. A combination of bare branches and pine cones set the scene for a gorgeous winter scape. Grab some extra inspiration over at Mod Wedding and maybe spot other ideas too.
13. Greenery Garlands
Monika Hibbs offered up some beautiful greenery inspiration as well. Just look at this thick and lush garland. Banisters, mantles, chairs, or even as the centerpieces to the reception tables, this definitely adds elegance, romance, and bouts of Christmastime spirit too.
14. Lighted Aisle Backdrop
Alex Events really inspired us and had up falling in love with this ceremony scene. Light up the vow exchange with a bout of gorgeous, sparkling lights on your crisp winter night. Reminiscence of Christmas lights and the romance of the season, it’s a gorgeous way to create a celebratory feeling.
15. Rosemary Wreath Place Cards
And finally, at Spoon Fork Bacon, you’ll learn how to make these small, rosemary wreaths that you can finish place settings off with. They truly look like mini Christmas wreaths and definitely bring in a feeling of the season. You could even complete the look with some red ribbon or yarn instead of cream.