Winter Wonderland Weddings Ideas
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Springerle cookies are a traditional winter dessert in Austria and Germany made inside molds that were carved by hand and handed down to generations. Use drama to be added by these molded cookies to cakes or move them out as favors that are merry. Paint perhaps metallic luster dust to get a subtle sparkle or food dyes on them.
STAR-PUNCHED PAPER HURRICANES
Hurricane vases and votive candleholders can be wrapped in star-punched newspaper in the color of your choice--an easy means to suffuse your wedding with heat.
GILDED CONE FAVORS
Metallic transparency and calligraphy swirls conjure New Year's Eve festivities in these Victorian-style paper packs for preserving chocolates to proceed.
Seeking a comfy home for your centerpiece structures? Wrap vessels in a wool sourced in colours to complement the blooms.
SNOWFLAKE COOKIE FAVORS
Set a snowy scene on your prefer table with those gingerbread biscuits. Present them into clear acetate containers banded with ribbon printed with a sentimental saying (ours reads, "A love like no other").
TINY TREE ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Everything is cuter when it's mini. A wintery escort card screen is made by this forest of pine trees.
WINTER WEDDING CENTERPIECES
A combination of vintage and contemporary vessels holds white spider mums, seeded eucalyptus (available at florists), and blue Atlas cedar branches lightly frosted with silver floral spray paint.
VELVET FLOWER BOUTONNIERES
Give your guests a little flower power with these velvet boutonnieres that guys can wear on their lapels or women can attach to their purses or hair. Every rosette has a wire stem that's easy to work into an updo, along with a ribbon for extra flair to turn or a buttonhole.
Want to add some DIY sparkle to your wedding cake? This dazzling winter dessert we and pastry chef Jason Schreiber collaborated to create. To give this strawberry cake an out-of-this-world impact, we sprinkled sanding sugar and teensy Wilton stars over its Swissbuttercream frosting.
WREATH ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Wreaths are not just a sign of the holiday season, but also of unending love. To make this chart, download our template, trace the leaf shapes onto colored paper, and cut them out with paper edgers. Glue 22-gauge cable and insert it, into a boxwood wreath, in alphabetical sequence. Hang the wreath with ribbon.
SNOWFLAKE CAKE DECORATIONS
Snowflakes made from royal icing are miniature near the peak of the cake and larger at the bottom, giving the impression that it had been caught inside of a gracefully drifting snowfall.
DIY GEODE LANTERNS
Add a touch of soft white light to your wedding using oversize crystals. All these DIY luminarias can line your aisle, stage the path designate the dance floor--you name it. The beacons that are lightweight are a cinch to create.
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