Winter is a truly magical time of year. With cold, crisp days and long, cosy nights in front of a roaring fire – is there a more romantic time of year? We don’t think so, which is why we’ve come up with five of the best winter wedding themes to inspire you and help you envision your special day.

All White Everything

Classic and simple yet stunningly beautiful! One of the easiest and most effective wedding themes is all white. You could use a mixture of ivories and creams to mix it up but think of the hassle you’ll save trying to match everything to one particular shade of colour.

Winter Wonderland

Think snowflakes, crystals, candles and fur shawls. Keep the lighting low to create a magical atmosphere with lots of candles and lanterns for a gorgeous, cosy feel. Check out our ceiling drapes too, they are perfect for creating an intimate feel in the venue.

Peach and Gold

You don’t have to be limited to a classic white and silver colour scheme for your winter wedding why not try pretty peach and gold tones that offer a lovely warming touch. Long winter nights are made for cosy, fuzzy glows and our fairy light curtain and pillar lights create the perfect atmosphere. You can even add our light up LOVE letters for an added wow factor.

A Festive Touch

We couldn’t talk about winter wedding themes without suggesting a possible Christmassy twist. A simple red and white scheme will retain the elegance of a white wedding whilst also celebrating the time of year you’ve chosen to say ‘I do’.

Let your flowers be the focus

You could go with the classic winter red roses or calla lillies or step outside the flower box and you’ll find a variety of options for winter blooms from simple bouquets to extravagant centrepieces. Why not consider fuller flowers like white hydrangeas tied with a simple white ribbon or recreate a snowy woodland feel with painted bare branches to frame doorways.

We have a fantastic all-inclusive Autumn and Winter Wedding Packages for just £5,000 and still have availability for January, February, March, October and November 2017. Please get in touch for more details.