The wedding aisle is more important than you think. It’s your gateway to “I do”. Make use of traditional Christmas decor by incorporating snow-covered trees, wreaths, mistletoe, tree ornaments, and other adored Christmas traditions. Don’t forget about the familiar ribbons and bows.
If you are getting married in a church, you’re in luck! Christmas is a deeply Christian experience. Since marriage is one of the 7 Christian sacraments, feel free to let loose with religious icons and symbols when decorating your aisle in a church.
Decorating your reception space is possibly the most fun part of planning a wedding. You get to create a party space based entirely on your wants and desires! For your Christmas wedding reception ideas, consider bringing the outside in.
Douse your space in naked pines, evergreens, and synthetic snow. Consider veering away from an entirely Christmas theme and create points of interest with cold-blue lighting and lots of transparent glass and sheer fabrics.
The first thing to do when deciding table decor is to choose between clean or ornate. Busy tables are full of excitement and provide your guests with lots of interest. Clean tables provide guests with lots of room to pass the plate and encourage them to talk and hit the dance floor.
Either way, your Christmas wedding centerpiece ideas should include white linens so that your colors stand out. Cinnamon and mint candles are highly recommended to set the mood. Scents like these ring up a good appetite and look amazing sparkling off your glassware.
Wedding favors are fun this time of year. Consider combining festive gifts combined with traditional wedding gifts. Something simple like an ornament etched with your wedding date will be a welcome addition to your guests’ wedding trees.
Christmas wedding ideas on a budget don’t have to look cheap. Try your hand at premium DIY projects like handmade jams with seasonal spice, handcrafted candles, snow globes, baked goods, and late-season wines are all terrific ideas to celebrate your nuptials while acknowledging the season.