Thursday, 22 November 2012

Winter Weddings - The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company's guide to a very merry marriage!

Wonderful Winter Weddings!

It is perhaps the quietest season for weddings - but it can also be the most beautiful - especially if you're lucky enough to get snow! A summer celebration isn't for everyone - why not be a bit different and brighten up miserable November or chilly January with a wedding! (You'll probably get the pick of venues, caterers and photographers who are booked up in the summer for years ahead!)

Here is a run through of our favourite winter wedding ideas, cakes, dresses, decorations, bouquets, buttonholes and of course - confetti!

A snowy snapshot to treasure forever! (Photo: Peter Bang)



Natural themes - neutral colours and detailing like leaves, pine cones, logs, branches and berries work really well in winter - especially as seasonal flowers are scarce and colours in the landscape are muted.

So many great ideas - fur, boots, pine cones, hats...! (Photo:Viera Photographics)


A stunning bouquet with pine cones and foliage (Photo: Michael Radford)

Simple rose petal confetti envelopes - leave one on each seat!
Create woodland centrepieces with logs and pine cones (Photo: takethesidestreet.com)
Cream Rose Petal and Natural Skeleton Leaf venue decorations
This owl cake topper is just too cute! (Photo: Teale Photography)

 
Perfect place name holders! (Photo: Nato Welton)

Our Ivory Delphiniums look wintry in green and blue cones

Lovely wooden lantern add atmosphere to your venue (Photo: craftgawker.com)


A frosty palette of white accented with crisp blue, sharp lilacs, cool pink or a sparkle of silver is perfect for a chic and modern wedding.

A sleek silver sequinned wedding dress (Designer: Monique Lhuillier)

White Hydrangea and Silver Delphinium Petal Confetti - buy here


White twigs and purple ribbon create wintry style for the ceremony (Photo: Save on Craft)

Iced snowflake cookies are perfect wedding favours (Photo: marthastewartweddings.com)
Winter Wedding Delphinium Confetti Basket - natural and beautiful
Fairy like bridesmaid dresses in a cool palette (Designer - Christian Siriano)


Blue and Silver Confetti Cones - a frosty combination

Skeleton leaves in co-ordinating colours make easy napkin dressing


Alternatively a rich and warm colour theme works as a beautiful contrast to the chill outdoors. It's hard to beat red roses at a winter wedding...

 
Red Rose Petal Confetti throw - cosy romantic perfection!

Cosy, Christmassy colours on this wedding cake (Photo: Callie Hobbs Photography)
Beautiful red rose statement hairpiece (Photo:Stephanie Rose Photography)



Classic Red Rose Confetti - buy now
An unusual red rose bouquet (Photo: Buzy Bee Photography)


Hellebore buttonholes - aka Christmas Roses (Photo: marthastewartweddings.com)


Gold - a wonderful way to add a warm atmosphere to your celebrations and particularly suits a winter wedding when pared with soft cream shades and candles.


Stunningly simple wedding decorations with gold, branches and candles (Photo: Eric Craig Studios)
Gold is a warm and flattering colour (Photo: bridesmagazine.co.uk)
Gorgeous Gold Delphinium Petal Confetti - £11 for 10 handfuls

Personalised Confetti Cones with Gold and Blue Delphiniums


Gorgeous gold grooms! (Photo: dressreview.com)

Sparkly gold and soft pink bridesmaids dresses (Photo: Carla Ten Eyck)

Gold and Ivory Confetti Petals
Warm gold colours and coverups! (Photo: Ryan Flynn Photography)

Gold skeleton leaves will add a shimmer to your wedding tables

Celebrate the season - embrace the elements - revel in the details you can only enjoy at a winter weddings and you are sure to make the most of your wonderful winter wedding day!



Make the most of snowy weather! (Photo: Michelle Wells Photography)


And if you don't have the real thing then our Ivory Delphinium Petal Confetti will recreate the snowy day feel for you!


Ivory Delphinium Petal "snow"!

All uncredited photographs:
The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company
www.confettidirect.co.uk

12 comments:

  1. Can you please tell me where you found those "fairy-like" bridesmaid" dresses?

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    1. Hi Christine,
      We found the image on Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/source/style.com/) and the designer is Christian Siriano - his website is http://www.christianvsiriano.com/ I am sorry i do not know which collection the dresses are from.
      Hope that helps you!
      Thanks, Sally

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    2. could you please tell me the designer of the silver sequin wedding gown? i love it!

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    3. Hi Sugar Violet,
      The dress is by Monique Lhuillier.(http://nymag.com/fashion/fashionshows/2011/prefall/main/newyork/womenrunway/moniquelhuillier/index1.html)
      It is a stunning dress :-)
      Sally x

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  2. Where are the Fairy like bridesmaid dresses from? They are very different. I love them!

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  3. Where are the Fairy like bridesmaid dresses from? They are very different. I love them!

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  4. Where are the Fairy like bridesmaid dresses from? They are very different. I love them!

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  5. where are the gold and brown suits from i love them!

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  7. I love winter marriages. Recently attended a wedding of my neighbor. The floral decoration was awesome. All Flower Bouquets were bought from a nearby florist that is famous for its fresh and beautiful flowers. It was really enjoyable.

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