What theme is best for which season? Theme weddings are all the rage and a great starting point when planning you wedding. Find the right theme and the rest plans itself.
-Centerpieces can be round mirrors with tea light candles in clear tea light holders arranged in a circle with a small white flower arrangement in the middle. The mirror gives is silvery icy look, and the candles give you a beautiful glow.
-You could also take a vase and place twigs spary painted sivler in it, then string small twinkle lights around the branches and place some white flowers around them.
-Wedding favors can be small mirrors, silver picture frames, or Icicle decorations attached to a card with your names and wedding date.
The ideas for such a wedding are endless!
Christmas theme (also wonderful for winter weddings)
This is an easy theme to get carried away with. Remember less is more and it can be classy and tasteful.
-your colors should be limited to two for example.
-gold and burgundy
-cream and burgundy
-bule and silver
-red and green etc……..
I’ll explain with the cream and burgandy.
-Brides dress can be traditional white. Bridesmaids or maid of honor would look stunning in a soft velvet burgandy dress. This would look stunning in pictures against the white of the bride’s dress.
-groomsmen’s can go traditional tuxes black.
-flower girl can be in white or cream, or in burgandy both will look wonderful.
-Wedding bouquets and flowers are easy! Poincetta plants are availible in many wide ranges of colors from red, burgandy, pink, and white so stock up they are inexpensive and festive.
You can sprouse up a poinsettia plant with acorns, and ferns or evergreen branches, even ask your florest to do this or even to spray with sparkles.
- other flower options are white and red roses or red carnations for an inexpensive flower. You can add baby’s breath as well as evergreen branches and acorns and ferns.
- adorn in holiday wreaths whether made or bought these are great and after can be taken home and enjoyed for christmas to come.
-You can do a small Christmas tree in the main hall that is used for the reception but depending on when you are getting married chances are the hall already has a tree in the front foyer which is good enough but you still could do one of your own in your colors.
-center pieces can be anything! Poincetta plants, or an arrangement of cream or burgandy flowers, or little topiaries. There is the ever popular present tower. Little individually gift wrapped boxes (you can add things in it and these can be your guest’s wedding favors or leave them empty) then tower them up in a christmas tree shape ending with one gift on the top (don’t pile to high and tiny amounts of glue is a good idea to keep it from toppling over.