Colors Tips for Your Winter Wedding

Most of you probably think it is pretty easy to choose colors for a winter wedding. Well, there are many more combinations and hues rather than just red and green color. And if you are interested in seeing all these beautiful decorations and hues, scroll down to see more.


From cooper to icy blue and warm jewel tones – everything comes together for your winter wedding. To make it look like a real fairytale, make a moodboard from these lovely ideas and tips we have prepared for you.


Navy and Gold

Make the atmosphere cozy with navy-blue velvet and add a touch of glamour with gold industrial chairs. Doesn’t it seem like a winterish fairytale?

Red, White, and Blue

You simply can’t escape this lovely red, white, and blue combination. Although this color hues might be typical for spring or summer weather conditions, we can say it works pretty good in winter as well. Opt for red roses, eucalyptus branches, white wildflowers, and blue flower. Antlers are typical winter symbol, so don’t hesitate to use them as part of your decor.


Magenta and Yellow

For those soon-to-be newlyweds, there are some not-so-typical combinations you have to try. Look at this lovely mix of magenta and yellow. It seems wonderful, right? Yellow napkins and berry table linens look amazingly put together. White candles and these hues will look absolutely wonderful during the night.

Champagne, Wine, and Evergreen

Pastel champagne, warm wine, and timeless evergreen – this is a typical winter combination that you should incorporate not only to decoration details but to your personal items as well. Wear flats in champagne color for the after-party.

Red, White, and Blush

Winter bouquets look wilder and bigger. Let it be in red, white and blush flowers. Bit of roses, eucalyptus branches, and blush pink flowers will make your wedding bouquet unforgettable.


Plum and Gold

Jewel tones are the best option for winter weddings. They give a sense of richness, warmth, and style. If you opt to add gold details with plum, you got a winner. You can choose velvet details for table setting, or create a relaxed cozy space for your guests while they wait for the ceremony to start.

Gold and Green

Simple yet so powerful – gold and green garland will make your table setting winter-appropriate and so classy. Add gold candlesticks along the table and gold cutlery to match with them.


Grey, Green, and Gold

Even though it seems like an unusual combination of grey candles in gold candlesticks look absolutely glamorous. Table length garland made of eucalypts seems much more winterish than anything else. This table setting will take your guest’s breath away.


Purple and Lilac Pastel Shades

A cozy take on summerish shades such as lilac and purple make them more than appropriate for a winter wedding. Moody, darker purple seems like a perfect shade for your table setting bouquet. Pops of yellow and peach will make this decoration even more eye-catching.

Teal, Dusty Rose, and Gold

Color inspiration can come from the most unusual places. This table seems distressed, but it certainly can serve you for your outdoor ceremony. Add gold fabrics, dusty rose wine glasses, and a pale pink table setting flowers to complete this lovely decoration.


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