Our Favorite Winter Wedding Trends

By Michelle Ecker on November 2nd, 2018
Our Favorite Winter Wedding Trends

Planning a wintertime wedding this year? Whether you’re an aspiring professional seeking inspiration, a bride or groom browsing ideas, or a working professional helping a client, we did some browsing to check out all the best winter wedding ideas for this year.

The Best Winter Wedding Ideas for 2018

  1. Hot Chocolate Bar Our Favorite Winter Wedding Trends

    via the cottage market

    This is such a fantastic idea for a cozy winter wedding. Not only that, it’s super inexpensive to DIY this reception addition yourself if you’re looking to save some money. To set up your own make-your-own hot chocolate bar, be sure to get your hands on a thermos-type of container that can keep a ton of hot cocoa warm for an hour or two. Then, lay out some fun toppings in pretty containers that match your décor- think crushed candy canes, mini marshmallows, or maybe some peppermint schnapps.

  2. Handmade Candleholders Our Favorite Winter Wedding Trends

    via bridal musings

    These are so beautiful and easy to put together for a winter wedding DIY centerpiece. All you’ll need is a large mason jar (one for each table you’re planning to display them on), a few bags of cranberries (you can get these frozen in your local grocery store for under $5), and a few springs of whatever wintry greenery you prefer. Once you’ve arranged the contents of your vase, add some water and float a mini tea light inside for a cozy, creative glow.

  3. Wintry Place Cards Our Favorite Winter Wedding Trends

    via brit and co

    If you’re sharing any physical paper info with your guests on the big day, whether it’s ceremony information, directions to a reception venue or place cards, this is a simple accent that really carries the theme throughout the day in a thoughtful way. All you’ll need for this craft is a spool of twine and some springs of wintry greenery.