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Winter Wedding Wonders

Gloria Kreitzberg // Marketing Director

Are you and your partner walking down the isle when the beauty of glittery snow graces the landscape? We’re all for traditions and bringing festive holiday décor to your wedding, but if you prefer a more elegant backdrop for your special day, consider this: do away with the expected pinecone candleholders, red and green ribbons, and other typical holiday decorations, and swop them out for some sparkle and whimsy.

 

At the Alter

Why not add a little fantasy and a dreamy winter ambiance to your wedding ceremony by hanging a mystical curtain of twinkling white lights as a background for your alter? Need more color? Tiny blue lights will give the alter an icy dreamlike effect as you take your vows.

 

Bouquet Bling

You can’t go wrong with winter white floral bouquets and boutonnieres—but instead of the expected holiday embellishments, consider adding white satin ribbons and wrap the stems of your bouquets with glimmering crystals.

 

Steamy Libations

Let’s turn a typical cocktail hour into something memorable with a few warm delights that your guests won’t forget. There’s nothing more comforting on a frosty winter’s day than a sipping a warm cup of hot chocolate laced with mini-marshmallows (and maybe a caramel-flavored vodka). Or, offer your guests a cup of hot apple cider spiked with cinnamon liqueur and a cinnamon stick.

 

Snow Love

Embrace the season with a snowflake-themed wedding motif. Sprinkle tables with eco-friendly snow and dot the table with silver candles in crystal candleholders. Hang large, lacey white snowflake decorations above areas of interest at your reception venue.

 

Centerpieces that Sparkle

Looking for elegant flowers for your winter centerpieces? White calla lilies in crystal vases with satin ribbons are simple yet elegant. If you want a more rustic but classic centerpiece, try painted winter white branches with tiny twinkling lights and crystals hanging from the ends.

 

Ice is Nice

Ice sculpture vases filled with your favorite white flowers or pastel-colored roses and surround the icy artwork with small votive candles. For a more spirited display, consider having an ice luge and martini bar where the bartender pours blue-colored Cosmopolitans down the luge that have been made with Blue Curacao (rather than Triple Sec orange liqueur).

 

Cake Bling

Rather than colored Christmas bulbs, pinecones, and holly on your wedding cake, why not give it some winter sparkle by having your baker add a little edible silver powder dusted on the frosting. Tiny white LED lights cascading among winter white fresh flowers will emit an aura of icy magic.

 

Mini Cake Bling

As an alternative to a tiered wedding cake, have a tiered cake stand and place small bitty-bite cake squares, hand-dipped and decorated with snow-themed decorations. Frost them with silver blue and white buttercream dusted with edible sparkles or coconut shavings. For a fun touch, hand-dipped cake pops rolled in silver and blue sugar crystals—or coconut if that’s your thing—will add a touch of whimsy to dessert time.

 

Heart-Warming Favors

Maybe not so blingy (but oh so appreciated) is to have a basket of assorted knit gloves with a personal ‘Thank You’ message tag placed on a table as they exit from the ceremony as they make their way outside. You may want to have a sign at the table that says, ‘Thank you for warming our hearts.” For your reception, fill mason jars with hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows wrapped with a paper band that displays a printed sentiment. Add a few sparkly snowflake embellishments to make them extra special.

 

Conclusion

The wedding planners at Webster Golf Club can assist you in planning your winter wedding day. Their services are complimentary when you book your wedding and reception at Webster Golf Weddings & Events. Call (585) 265-1920, ext. 3 to learn more.