Every table of your reception should be decorated somehow, some couple go for table runners, others prefer centerpieces, some rock both. As we’ve already shared some winter table runners, I’d like to dedicate this roundup to centerpieces that will create a cozy and welcoming ambience at the table.
Winter weddings are often woodland, mountain, rustic ones, so the wedding centerpieces on trend aren’t floral ones. You can find pinecones, Christmas ornaments, candles and lots of greenery and pale succulents that create a wintry atmosphere though don’t look too glam. Plus, such centerpieces are budget-friendly and easy to DIY, which is great for any couple. Now let’s have a look at the coolest winter wedding centerpieces for now.
Greenery is a hot trend for wedding decor, it doesn’t wither and looks edgy plus it fits most of wedding styles and gives you a chance to save on florals. Greenery wedding centerpieces can fit any season including winter, it can be eucalyptus, boxwood and all kinds of foliage and greenery you like. Style the greenery with candles, in large vases and on tall stands an even add some blooms and antlers for a woodsy wedding.
Though floral centerpieces aren’t very popular for winter now, some themes and styles require exactly such centerpieces. Choose the blooms according to your wedding colors and shades and if it’s a vintage elegant wedding, put your flowers into a chic vase or on a chic stand. If you want to add a lush touch, go for pomegranates and berries, and to add a rustic feel, you need moss, pinecones and antlers maybe.
Candles are loved for creating a cozy ambience anywhere, and your reception tables won’t be an exception. Creating a candle centerpiece is extremely popular: it’s budget-friendly, adds coziness and warmth and is pretty easy to style for any wedding theme, from winter wonderland to Harry Potter. These can be candle holders surrounded with various greenery and blooms, with pinecones and evergreens and interesting combos of wood slices, moss, flowing candles in a jar and some pinecones.
Candle lanterns are another popular thing for cold seasons, and styling them is again very easy and budget-friendly – just some greenery and blooms, and voila! As it’s a winter wedding, changing it for evergreens is welcome!
A pine tree wrapped in burlap is an easy centerpiece and it just screams Christmas, small handmade Christmas trees of beads, pearls and pinecones look super cute, a glass bowl with pinecones and Christmas ornaments is timeless classics for any winter wedding. Get inspired!