When it comes to winter wedding centerpieces, there are many options you can play with. The natural beauty of seasonal flowers, holiday inspiration, and warm candlelight all can be incorporated into beautiful centerpieces. Use the timing of your wedding for creation and look down for inspiring ideas.
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Candle centerpieces are always a safe bet at any time of the year, but they bring a warm and cozy feeling when mercury starts to fall. For stunning results, place pillar candles of varying heights to cluster in the center of the table. Opt for colors that coordinate with your wedding theme. Alternatively, you can use floating candles to create a glamorous winter wedding centerpiece. Fill a crystal bowl, wine glass or champagne flute with water and place one or more floating candles on the surface of the water.
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Winter may not be a popular season for flowers, but it does have its own seasonal plants. Winter plants help to bring a more unconventional beauty to the wedding table. Evergreen branches and goat willow can serve as a base for floral arrangements, whereas snowdrops, winter jasmine and poinsettias are suitable as featured blossoms. Use cranberries, pine cones or fake snow to accent the floral arrangements. If you desire a more flashy look, spray paint pine cones or small branches with a metallic paint.
Sparkling Fruit Bowl
Fill traditional winter fruits into a sparkling glass bowl for a modern wedding centerpiece. In a tall, clear glass vase put alternating layers of fresh crab apples, clear glass beads, fresh cranberries, and gold glass beads for each centerpiece. Make sure to add cold water to each vase to increase the sparkle factor and keep the fruit from going soft.
Simple Ornament Bowl
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Filling a clear glass bowl with colorful ornaments is a quick and creative way to incorporate the holiday cheer into your winter wedding. A mixture of small, medium, and large sparkling ornaments will help to add interest to the table decoration.
Overall, for winter wedding centerpieces we suggest, take inspiration from the season combined with your creativity to create memorable winter displays.