Knit pieces are right what we need for winter, both to wear and to decorate because they bring warmth and coziness. What’s good about them – you can make them yourself, so they will be budget-friendly and you can customize them as you like. Today we’ve gathered all the coolest ideas to incorporate knit pieces into your wedding decor and attire, let’s have a look.
Coverups are a must for winter brides because it’s mostly chilly or even cold and snowy outside. Faux fur is a popular idea but you can add a cozy feel to your look with knit items – a knit scarf, sweater, cardigan, shawl or cape. If you need a soft and girlish look, go for a neutral sweater over your dress and you’ll look chic. If you want to make a statement, rock a bold and colorful knit coverup in the shades that fir your wedding color scheme. A trendy idea is an off the shoulder sweater of a different shade – it will give you warmth and a feminine feel. A knit cardigan is another great and comfy idea you can try – rock it with cable knit or traditional Scandi patterns.
Grooms and groomsmen can wear comfy knit cardigans or sweaters that match the bridal look, they can be of the same color or pattern. It’s a nice alternative to a jacket to feel warmer. You can also go for a knit scarf or vest under the jacket – comfy and chic!
the bride rocking a white cable knit sweater and the groom with a matching navy scarf
an off-white bridal sweater over a white wedding dress will give you a very soft and girlish look
a red knit coverup and a red lip makes this bridal look bold and very eye-catchy
a neutral sweater and a white cable knit scarf for an elegant bridal look
a neutral sweater over the wedding dress looks feminine and winter-like
a bride rocking a pink sweater over her wedding dress to make a colorful statement
a cozy white sweater with angora over your wedding dress will be a gorgeous coverup
a dove grey knit coverup for a boho bride to feel warm outside
a chunky knit neutral coverup and a matching headband for a stylish bride
a neutral long cardigan with intricate lace edges over your wedding dress for a romantic look
a neutral knit vest for a 1920s inspired groom's look is a gorgeous idea to look chic
a neutral cable knit shawl will keep you warm and you can knit it yourself to customize it as you want
a large cable knit grey coverup matches the groom's suit and keeps the bride warm
a grey off the shoulder sweater looks very feminine and sweet and keeps you warm
the bride rocking a white sweater over her dress to feel comfy and warm
a comfy grey sweater and a faux fur scarf over your wedding dress for outdoor shots
the groom wearing a white cable knit cardigan instead of a jacket
traditional Scandinavian sweaters for the couple and a groomsmen and a bridesmaid
wear a neutral cable knit sweater with a white leather belt for some outdoor shots - you'll be gorgeous
a white hald sleeve cable knit sweater over a colored wedding dress looks chic and stands out
brown cable knit cardigans for the whole groom's team
a dove grey knit long cardigan for the bride and a warm grey sweater and a scarf for the groom
Adding knit pieces to your wedding decor is easy: rock stockings as utensil pockets, candle and vase covers, chair covers for more comfort. A chunky knit table runner is a perfect idea for any winter wedding – make it yourself to fit your decor.
differently knit chair covers for the bride and groom instead of usual signs look very winter-like
knit red and white stockings as utensil covers for a Christmas wedding
knit candle covers in neutrals, red and grey for gorgeous wedding table decor
a chunky knit white wedding table runner will help you to embrace the season
There’s a trend – knit pattern wedding cakes, they look just wow! Such cakes are usually white, with various edible patterns that remind of sweater ones. You can also go for a partly sweater, partly naked wedding cake to make it even trendier.
a cable knit wedding cake with moss and topped with thistles, a lavender rose and a burgundy one