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Festive Weddings

Festive Weddings

There is something magical about getting married at Christmas. With family and friends already in the mood for celebrating, venues decorated with elaborate Christmas trees, festive floral decorations and luxury garlands you already have a good foundation to build on.

Christmas Wedding Invitations

Wedding invitations are perfect for setting the mood or theme of your wedding so think carefully about what you choose. If you are buying invitations during the summer months, you perhaps are not feeling wintery or Christmassy but you will be when you get married so think ahead. Lots of general wedding invitations can fit in with a Christmas wedding, for example red roses are a classic choice but still compliment a Christmas wedding beautifully. Other invitations you may like to consider are ‘Falling Snowflakes’ or the fun and quirky ‘Winter Reindeer’ design. Just remember you can follow the theme of your invitation throughout your wedding, having matching order of service, table plans, placecards and even thank you cards all of which can be personalised to suit your needs.

Christmas mood board final

Winter Wedding Dresses

A crisp white wedding dress against a luxurious fur jacket or cape will look stylish on your big day, so there will be no need for you to be cold. Cover ups can be purchased from high street retailers and specialist wedding shops and allows you the option for you to remove when you’re indoors. If you love the ice queen look then follow the theme through and accessorize with a fur and crystal encrusted hair piece and muffer to keep your hands warm. Your bridesmaids can accessorize with a posy style bouquet featuring ice blue ribbon, clear crystal jewels and white flowers.


When planning my own wedding, my venue was one of the most important details of my day. I wanted something idyllic, that would detach me from the outside world and would be a beautiful backdrop for my wedding photo’s. I would recommend that you spend some time visiting venues, you won’t know if it ‘feels right’ until you go there. I knew when I pulled up at my venue that it was ‘the one’, I hadn’t had that feeling previously. If you are visiting a venue in the summer months then you have to consider that it will look quite different in the middle of winter. Perhaps ask what the place will look around Christmas time, what decorations will they put up? Do they have Christmas party nights, and will it affect you? Make a list of questions and don’t be afraid to ask, after all you’re paying good money and you won’t want any unwanted surprises!

Bouquets & Centrepieces

Red roses are a perfect choice for a Christmas bride. They can be complimented with holly, cinnamon sticks, hypericum berries, candles and seasonal greenery for your table centrepieces, adding warmth to your room on a cold winter’s day. Your local florist should be able to show you photos of Christmas bouquets and arrangements so you can get a better idea of what’s possible.

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