Christmas wedding ideas are full of color and spirit. You can really use a number of color combinations, from
white and silver, or gold and ivory or, as the theme page illustrates, winter wedding ideas
can be silver and warm colors.
In the case of the Christmas wedding ideas below, I used traditional colors of gold, silver and green with a hint of red.
There's a lot of action here to cover! Let's start with the dress. Priscilla of Boston has this great
Platinum collection, perfect for christmas wedding ideas. I highly recommend
using their dresses for any winter wedding ideas in general because of the sheer white, beading, and crystals.
The bridesmaid dress is from David's Bridal, and I think the green color is interchangeable with a deep maroon
or red for this Christmas wedding theme.
For Christmas wedding invitations, I like hanging the tags shown in the picture (it's the tag marked "JOY"),
and the artist's shop is called Sunshine and Ravioli... really cute stuff.
I love the idea of using muffs instead of a flower bouquet! If you do too, Etsy artist Vladana
has them, and I think they're super-awesome for a christmas wedding theme.
With jewelry, I'd say the bride should wear silver and the bridesmaids wear gold, maybe with red or green accents.
The ruby chandelier earrings are from Myra Elizabeth.
Christmas wedding favor ideas are SO easy, since your favor boxes already look like little Christmas packages!
Otherwise, give Christmas ornaments in your colors tied with ribbons. I provided other possibilities, too.
Clicking on the photo will take you to the website to follow up on pricing, etc.
Another Christmas wedding idea is to have a Christmas tree, which functions two-fold: people can place their wedding
gifts to you under the tree, or you could ask people to take an ornament off the tree home as a gift. Easy!
I like chocolate as a gift idea, and Ghirardelli has
wedding favors that already look like little Christmas boxes.
Drinks are pretty easy... eggnog! Add a small candy cane to it for an extra-Christmassy feel.
On the table, it's very easy to have a candle garden. Just align 3 pillar candles of silver or gold on a plate, and
add glass stones to it and maybe a few jingle bells. There's one shown at the bottom right of the picture, and here's another
with a few Christmas enhancements. I'm sure you can find more interesting candles and add better enhancements, but hey, this
is just a general idea.
You're going to want to use lots and lots of Christmas lights... and why not? It's the most appropriate time!
The lights in this picture were professionally done by a group The Christmas Light Pros in Indianapolis.
Christmas Wedding Decoration Ideas
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