One more day and my favorite holiday would be here; I really could not wait to drop some more of that inspiration with you! The decorations are up, the Christmas music are being played on my favorite radio station and of course I’m having my time with the movies – Christmas is so here!
Today is one of my favorite style of posts (and a KV’s popular one too); “10 ways to rock your… wedding” In the past we’ve covered 10 Ways to Rock your Beach Wedding, Nautical Wedding and Fall Wedding. Today is all about the Christmas Wedding!
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Christmas is one of those holidays that is celebrated almost everywhere in the world on December 25th. One of its key features for most of us here in Canada is having a white Christmas – snow, snow and more snow! So with Christmas weddings you can assume most are indoor weddings with a few winter perfect pictures. For those considering a Christmas wedding, major inspiration would be drawn from the winter season, the decorations and the colors.
Object Inspiration: Trees, Leaves, Ornaments, Gift Boxes, Snowflakes, Bells, Holly, Candy Cane, Wreath, Reindeer.
Color Inspiration: Red, Green, Gold, Brown.
Here are 10 ways to rock your Christmas wedding! As usual leave some room for creativity, with variations of the colors and the objects you choose.
1. Proposal Photo
2. Save the Date
Photo by Rachel Nicole Arts
Photo by Landon Wise Photography
4. Place Cards
Photo by Rachel Pearlman Photography
5. Groom’s Outfit (Tie & Boutonniere)
6. Bridesmaids Dresses
7. Flower Girls Basket
8. Wedding Cake
9. Reception Centerpiece
Photo by MK Photography
10. The Perfect Couple’s Christmas Photo
Photo via Bizou Bizou Etsy Shop (Affiliate Link)
Hope this is yet another post that gets you excited to plan your Christmas wedding.
Remember, you don’t always have to use all the colors; you can play with hues to create a much calmer tone for your Christmas wedding. You can also keep your Christmas objects to a minimum and allow your colors and nature speak for themselves. Lastly, it would be pretty interesting and unique to mix and match objects and colors of the Christmas holiday. For example, a lavender painted holly might be an interesting twist to your Christmas wedding.
These are just some ideas to get out of the “norm” box and be creative/unique.
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