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Top 5 Winter Wedding Trends For 2014-2015

November 12, 2014 Blog

Planning (or considering) a winter wedding? Get inspired by these winter wedding trends for 2014-2015!


1. All About That Lace

This winter we’re seeing an increase in long sleeve and half sleeve lace wedding dresses. This look is a great twist of classy and chic. Throw in a fur bridal wrap for a look that’s as warm as it is beautiful!

Wedding dresses with lace sleeves

2. Let Them Eat Cake


For many of us, the cake is the second most important part of a wedding (the bride and groom come first, of course)!

Step aside “fancy & elaborate” – it’s time for “rustic” to shine. This year, we’re seeing many simplified and delicious wedding cakes.

These designs incorporate a wintery-nature feel – many include pinecones, leaves, pine, and tree bark. Throw in a silver or gold accent to put a unique spin on things.

Rustic wedding cakes for winter weddings

3. Going ‘Green’


This winter, expect to see more greenery in bridal floral arrangements. Many winter arrangements will have non-floral components (berries, greenery, branches, jewels, and even silver balls). Ivory and white roses go fabulous with a green accent.

Winter wedding flowers

4. Eat, Drink, And Be Merry


Do-it-yourself cookie bars, hot chocolate bars, and fondue bars are going to be big this season. Let’s be honest –  who doesn’t love to customize their own treats? With toppings galore, your guests are sure to love any sweet treat that they get to decorate on their own.

Along with the hot cocoa, we’re also seeing an incline in these winter favorites: spiced cider, cranberry champagne, and hot mulled wine. Throw in some classic combos, like a grilled cheese & tomato soup, or cookies & milk, and you’ll certainly have a crowd pleaser!

Winter Wedding Treats

5. The Finishing Touches


Small intricate details are often the most remembered. Customized signs and décor are a great way to add those personal touches to your big day.

Get your family & friends involved by having them customize ornaments or a quilt with messages for the bride and groom. This will be a fun and interactive way to create a special keepsake for the newlyweds.

Small winter wedding details can make all the difference.

Which ideas do you like best? Have any other recommendations for winter weddings? Let us know in the comments below!

For even more winter wedding inspiration, check out our Winter Wedding Pinterest board!

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