Your outfit can be just as festive as your reception! Don some buffalo check or plaid tartan heels under your dress for a Christmas touch.
This sweetly rustic DIY pine cone centerpiece will be a fun project to tackle with your S.O.—and won't break the bank, either!
Dress your best gals in the color of the season. For especially festive cold weather group photos, gift them coordinating shawls and Fair Isle mittens to wear as well.
Mark the chairs of honor at your wedding with cozy blankets in Christmas colors. Bonus points for adding your new titles to the back!
Why not marry right where the magic happens? Host your wedding at a Christmas tree farm, and no one will be able to resist the holiday spirit.
The semi-naked look is especially great for a Christmas wedding cake, because it'll appear as though your dessert been frosted with snow. Add pine cones, holly berries and snippets of spruce for an extra Christmas-y look.
Rather than going with a simple drape, fold your dinner napkins into the shapes of Christmas trees. It's easier to pull off than you might think!
Many brides choose to gift their 'maids something personalized to wear while they get ready. For a seasonal soiree, nothing feels more cozy than an oversized flannel shirt.
White and red blooms are a no-brainer for a Christmas wedding bouquet. Take things to the next level by subbing traditional greenery for spruce and evergreen, then wrap everything up with a swath of plaid tartan.
If you need a signature cocktail for your reception, this pretty rum drink accented with coconut milk and topped with pomegranate arils is the answer.
If there's anything more charming than this mini gingerbread house/place card, we don't know what it is! The tiny house doubles as a personalized favor that's totally edible.
How perfect for a winter wedding! This darling pine cone fire starter is the ideal themed favor your guests will enjoy using to light their fireplaces or fire bowls at home.
Looking for a striking centerpiece for a small or rustic wedding? Snip off single flowers from a poinsettia plant, and place in decorative vases to line the center of the table.
One plant yields lots of blooms, so you won't break the bank on your floral budget.
These adorable cookies would look delightful on the dessert table or wrapped in cellophane and given out as favors.
Dress up the tables at your barn wedding with greenery interspersed with these adorable Mason jars filled with cranberries and floating candles. It's inexpensive yet totally rustic chic!
These incredibly intricate, lovely wreath cookies look (almost) too pretty to eat! Send one home with each guest, or include them in your dessert buffet.
Pine cones and preserved greenery make these seasonal boutonnieres stand out with their simple elegance.
Use any cake recipe you like (or try ours!), then decorate with a forest of delicate frosting trees. Use this as your main cake for a small wedding or as the topper at a larger affair.
Make this gorgeous gingerbread house your wedding cake, or use it to top a more traditional cake. Or simply use it to decorate your venue. It's guaranteed to add that one-of-a-kind Christmas-y touch for your special day.
How cute is this for a rustic wedding favor your guests actually will use, er, devour! The DIY kit includes a tiny chocolate bar, graham crackers, and marshmallows.
You even can personalize the candy bars with wraps in your wedding colors.
A sprig of fresh greenery, a few berries, and a cinnamon stick are all you need to dress your place setting at a small informal event. You could attach a place card, too, for an inexpensive but classic seasonal accent.
These lovely clear vases show off gorgeous holly leaves and berries, and they're so simple to make! They work well anywhere you need a splash of color from centerpieces for the guests' seating areas to the buffet table.
Mix and match vase shapes for extra style points.
Dress up each place setting with these gorgeous cookies, which guests can enjoy or take home with them.