What becomes one of the most import aspects for any winter wedding are the winter wedding centerpieces. A winter wedding centerpiece may make or break the theme and in essence is central to the overall mood of your wedding reception. And it is important before you decide on the specifics of the centerpieces that you have to first decide on the atmosphere you want to emerge. If your wedding day will be held closely to Christmas, you can have a traditional white winter wedding with string lights, the warm glow of candles, with snow all around or maybe integrate the colors red and white. And if you want something a little more rustic, you can display small fir trees indoors along with your beautiful winter wedding centerpieces that will also help bringing the outdoors in.
There are some unique examples of materials that you can maximize for your wedding centerpieces such as mirrors, candles, crystal snowflakes, frosted glass vases, and votives which all can be applied to set a wonderful winter wedding mood. You may also employ fake snow or ice, glitter confetti, sleds, reindeer, decorative mittens or even ice skates. All of these items will be very stunning.
To further boost the mood at your wedding reception, you can utilize some beautiful flowers such as winterberry gaultheria, amaryllis, double white hellebores, boxwood stems, holly branches, fir branches and of course the traditional poinsettias or mistletoe. Any of the flowers or branches mentioned can be paired with a variety of red roses or you could simply make use of white roses to create classic winter wedding centerpieces.
You will probably also desire to synchronize your winter centerpieces with the wedding theme colors, dresses and the wedding location of which you will be married. A way to use to save money and stay within your budget is to have your floral arrangements taken from the wedding location to the reception by your florist before your guests come in your wedding. That way the flowers are already arranged in water, ready to go. If you have at least a year or more before your wedding, you can also often find great winter-themed items at discounted prices the day after Christmas or during the summer months which should help keep your winter centerpieces within budget.
Weddings are always a very magical time and when you are planning a wedding in the winter, wedding centerpieces at the reception are considered as a very important thing to the brides. And it is very important to select the perfect winter wedding centerpieces for your guests’ tables because it will be the center of attention or the topic of conversation while the guests are waiting for their food to arrive.